Bull Market

A bull market in finance refers to a time when the prices of securities are higher than their historical norms.

The market is typically characterized by increased demand for stocks and a decrease in supply.

This increase in demand is often caused by new investment opportunities, which are often disguised as economic expansions.

The decrease in supply is often due to the Fed’s Quantitative Easing program, which provides money to banks to purchase Treasury securities.

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