an industry in which prices are increasing and in which trader self-confidence into the extension of increasing costs is large.
market trend is a putative propensity of a financial marketplace to maneuver in a certain course in the long run. These styles are classified as secular for long time structures, primary for method time structures, and secondary for short period of time frames.
Securities or commodities marketplace for which costs are increasing, bulls are investing in large volumes, financial investment interest is large, plus the public views the economy as powerful and getting more powerful. Some US bull areas (like the the one that finished around 2000) have lasted for longer than 15 years. See also bear market.
an industry described as increasing costs for securities