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  • n. A stock market where a majority of investors are buying ("bulls"), causing overall stock prices to rise.

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  • n. a market characterized by rising prices for securities


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  • At the top of the bull market in August 1929, just three months before the Wall Street crash, he somehow had the clairvoyance to sell all his stock and purchase a large three-story, seven-bedroom house on a corner of Princeton Place in Montclair, New Jersey, eighteen miles northwest of Manhattan.

    First Man

  • Used “Ring Out, Wild Bells,” by A. Tennyson, for a bull market ” remember he began it “Ring Off, Wild Bulls” ” and “Break, Break, Break,” for a bear one.

    Old Gorgon Graham


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