No definite measuring tool, however, can be used to identify a bull market. In essence, a bull market is characterized when prices go up by at least 20% after a price drop of the same value and before another price drop of the same portion. Since the price drop after the price rise is considered, a bull market can only be recognized after it occurred.
Traders can capitalize on a Bull Market by applying the following trading strategies:
-Buy and Hold
-Increased buy and Hold
-Retracement Additions-Full Swing Trading
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