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Bearish and Bullish meaning

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on: March 07, 2022, 10:26:19 PM
A bull market is when the economy is expanding and the stock market is gaining value, while a bear market is when the economy is shrinking.
Let's take a closer look at these two types of markets and their relevance for your investing strategy.

What is a bull Market?

According to the formal definition, a bull market takes effect when stock prices have broadly increased by at least 20% since the last bearish market.
The Bull market can last for decades, and many investors have bet wrongly by trying to predict the end of a bull market.

What is a bear market?

A bear market is when crypto prices decline by 20% and keep trending lower.
Bear markets are characterized by the crypto market losing significant value.
Bear markets never last as long as bull markets and can create buying opportunities for investors.

How you invest in crypto in bull and bear markets?
 
How you invest in crypto in bull and bear markets depends mainly on your conditions of investment
If you donĀ“t need the money, then it matters little whether the market is currently bullish or bearish.
 As a buy-and-hold investor, you probably shouldn't change your investing based on the market changes.

The crypto market can be bearish during bull markets and the opposite can happen too.
If the crypto market is bullish and you're concerned about price inflation, then allocating a portion of your portfolio to gold or real estate may be a smart choice.
If the crypto market is bearish, then you can consider increasing your portfolio's allocation to other type of investments or even converting your portfolio into money.