bear market


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bear market

A market in which prices are falling.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bear market - a market characterized by falling prices for securitiesbear market - a market characterized by falling prices for securities
securities industry, market - the securities markets in the aggregate; "the market always frustrates the small investor"
Translations
dumbungsmarkaðursvartsýnismarkaður
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Gold was boosted by the Fed going dovish, but the idea that gold is going to continue to go higher is a tough call, he said: gold is still in a bear market, and investors have been buying on rumors.
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Today, value and international stocks, in particular, offer far more attractive valuations than large-cap technology shares and will likely hold up better if stocks do end up in a bear market.
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A bear market is exactly the opposite and defined as a 20 percent decline in prices.
A bear market is the instance when an index dropped by 20 percent from its highest in a single year.
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