Ngược lại với thị trường giá xuống (bear market) là thị trường giá lên: bull market, Bull market là dạng thị trường tài chính mà giá các loại chứng khoán (chủ yếu là cổ phiếu) tăng nhanh hơn mức bình quân trong lịch sử của chúng,
trong một thời gian dài (vài tháng) với lượng mua bán lớn.
The original Streetsmart Guide to Valuing a Stock was conceived and
outlined on a trip to Spain. The concepts underlying stock valuation
crystallized only as real livestock (6 fighting bulls and 8 steers) at-
tempted to run over us on the narrow, crowded streets of Pamplona.
Integral to the book’s progress were the discussions, over many fine
meals with our friends in Navarra, of its structure and international
appeal. Ana Vizcay and Eduardo Iriso, María Jesus Ruiz Ciordía and
Emilio Goicoechea, Luis Arguelles and Merche Amezgaray,...
Option trading enjoyed explosive growth during the late
1990s and into the start of the new millennium, particularly
among individuals. Traders whose bankrolls were fattened by
the great bull market in stocks fueled part of this growth. Having
enjoyed great success in the stock market, many people decided
to try to increase their gains by accessing the leverage associated
The bond market has a crystal ball that the equity market should take a look at:
the yield curve. The events of this past year have once again proven the value of
using the yield curve as a predictor of future economic and financial events.
For investors that heeded the warnings inherent in the yield curve at the start of
last year, they are now sitting on a pot of gold. For everyone else, well, they are
looking at their stocks like a deer at headlights.
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The bull market of the late 1990s created significant wealth, yet subse-
Tquent bear market years diminished many investor portfolios. Natu-
rally, investors find the concept of shrinking assets to be unacceptable
and seek ways to generate greater wealth. Emulating the best practices
of the world’s most successful investors has led to increasing “retailiza-
tion” of hedge funds, funds that formerly were available only to the
world’s richest individuals.
I wish to thank the following individuals and organizations
whose assistance was instrumental in the preparation of this book:
• Don Hull, former editorial director at Dearborn Trade Publishing,
who had the faith and foresight to take me on as
an author and who displayed remarkable restraint in spite
of my tardiness.
Let’s clear the bull. Everyone knows there are more failure-ridden schemes than successful plans on the Internet. More dreams dashed than supported and nurtured to fruition. This is a guide of useful insights into how to succeed in the online world. It isn’t just like every other book you’ve read on the subject. It is similar in some respects. You’ll be told how it has been done – but we won’t be glossing over facts. Internet Marketing, and Online R.O.I. are HARD. Working at a gas station for the rest of your life is easy. Making money on the Internet...
A Market Full of Bull?
In the immortal words of Jack Nicholson in Easy Rider , “It’s hard to be free when you’re
bought and sold in the marketplace.” That statement applies to Wall Street securities
analysts, who certainly are not free to openly voice their opinions about companies tha
they follow because they are employed by ﬁ rms that earn millions of dollars in fees
from these same companies. To appreciate the predicament of the pied pipers of Wal
Street, consider the case of Biovail Corp. and drug industry securities analyst, Heman
CHAPTER FOUR THE ANATOMY OF A BULL OR BEAR MARKET. What starts a bull market? To start the process, an Index [or the stocks it represents] start to fall in price day after day, week after week, punctuated with small up moves with lower tops and lower bottoms as seen in a bear market.
Chapter 9 Odds, ends and profits. You're almost there! If you never learn a winning market tactic other than those I've already taught you, you're going to do very well in the market - as long as you faithfully apply my techniques
A Summary of W.D. Gann's Techniques of Analysis and Trading presents about Master yourself master yourself (do not overtrade; see if your trade is based on hope or logic and systems developed by you); trading strategies; tops, bottoms and consolidations.
Stock Price Behavior and Market Efficiency
Our goal in this chapter is to discuss bull markets, bear markets, as well as other market phenomena and psychology. We will also consider if anyone can consistently “beat the market.”
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From Istanbul to Wall Street Bull. When Ahmet OkumilS was sixteen years old, he visited the trading floor of the recently opened Istanbul Stock Exchange and was mesmerized. He was fascinated by trading, which on the Istanbul exchange resembled speculating far more closely than investing.
Sovereign wealth funds are another sub category of
institutional investor that have risen in importance in
recent years. As their names suggest they are
institutions constituted to manage national wealth,
the source of which typically arises from significant