When financial markets experience a widespread and substantial decrease, the prevailing economic conditions are referred to as a “bear market.” A bear market is the opposite of a bull market, a market which is rapidly rising in value. When markets turn bearish, the results for investors and the general public can be nerve wracking. If a bear market persists, it is possible to enter into an economic depression. Bull markets, on the other hand, tend to generate widespread optimism as well as profits, with investors hoping that the market doesn’t turn out to be a bubble.
People distinguish bear markets with different indicators. As a general rule, a true bear market is accompanied by serious pessimism among investors. Investors turn conservative, hoarding their portfolios and making cautious investments. This drives the market down even further, ultimately leading to a market decline of as much as 20%. A bear market also impacts multiple markets; in the United States, for example, both the NASDAQ and S&P indexes will start to fall. A decline in one market alone is not a bear market, although it could mark the start of one.
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