Bear market

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«It is less damaging to be wrong in acting, than to be irresolute and always hesitating.»
(Baltasar Gracian)


When we talk about a bear market, we refer to a negative market. In trading jargon, the word “bear” is used to indicate the negative phases of a market. A quite common say goes like this: “the bear’s claws have dipped down into the market“ which indicates that a market is under attack, and therefore that it is weak and downward oriented. A bear market is essentially made of lower lows and lower highs. A bearish movement starts from the top left corner of the chart and ends on the bottom right corner of the chart.

Just like in the following example.


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Bearish trend of Numtel Index, down from the high at 18.0605


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