What is a Bull Market? - Definition & Meaning


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What is a bull market?

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1. What is a bear market?

2. Bull markets develop when all of the following conditions are met except which one?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Use this quiz/worksheet to check your understanding of bull markets in economics. It will challenge you to answer questions about the definition, characteristics, and conditions of a bull market.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz/worksheet will test students on their knowledge of the concepts below:

  • The definition of a bull market
  • The definition of a bear market
  • The conditions of a bull market
  • The characteristics of a bull market

Skills Practiced

If you take this quiz/worksheet, you will be improving the following skills:

  • Reading comprehension - Understand what consumers and investors are doing in a bull market
  • Defining key concepts - define terms such as bull market with accuracy and clarity
  • Distinguishing differences - differentiate a bull market from a bear market
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding supply and demand in a bull market

Additional Learning

Students who want to know more can take a peek at the accompanying lesson plan, Bull Market in Economics. It will help students accomplish these goals:

  • Explain why investors are attracted to a bull market
  • Provide an example of a bear market
  • Identify what items can be traded in a bull market
  • Explain what a bull market signifies
  • Explain how the names of bull and bear markets originated