Definition - What does Bull Market mean?
A bull market is an economic scenario in which there is confidence and optimism about rising values in trade or a general positive attitude toward investment. It is often marked by a 20% increase of general market value.
Insuranceopedia explains Bull Market
The scenario gets its name from the way that the stock market going upward is reminiscent of a bull thrusting its horns upward when attacking.
During a bull market, stocks increase in terms of worth and there is a surge in investments, resulting in a positive economy that can usually be felt by the general population. Economists, however, point out that this is simply a phase in a cycle and that the market will eventually slow down, falter, and sometimes crash.