These things should have definitions that we all rely on.
A bull market occurs when an index like the Dow Jones Industrial Average or S&P 500 rises 20% off its low, and keeps going until it falls 20%, causing a bear market.
“Despite all the gloom and doom, the answer is NO—this is still a bull market,” they write.
Are we still in a bull market 2019?
Market Milestones as the Bull Market Turns 10. The longest-running bull market in history celebrated its 10-year anniversary on Sat., March 9, 2019. It all started from the post-crisis low of March 9, 2009. The S&P 500’s (SPX) closing price on that fateful day in early 2009 was precisely 676.53.
Are we in a bull or bear market?
In its simplest definition, rising price signifies a bull market while falling price signifies a bear market. With this in mind, you might think it would be easy to determine what type of market we’re grinding through at any point in time.
Will the bull market continue in 2020?
Why the bull market’s days could be numbered
Goldman Sachs now estimates that US companies will post zero earnings growth in 2020 because of coronavirus. If markets continue to fall, it could mark the end of the bull market.
Are we still in a bear market?
Bear Market Rally
Even with a normal bear market, there will be days or months when the trend is upward. But until it moves up 20% or more, it is still in a bear market.