A bull market is a financial market of a group of securities in which prices are rising or are expected to rise. The term “bull market” is most often used to refer to the stock market but can be applied to anything that is traded, such as bonds, currencies and commodities.
A level and direction of interest rate are important to dedicate to healthy bull market low and a rising rates indicate the growth of the market and also states as to how good a market is high dollar as an “outlier” requiring close monitoring given its disruptive role in the commodity market crash in 2014 while believing that we are in a “Commodity super cycle bear market.”
Profit being the pulse of the market is erratic and must be regained. Avoiding small caps for 2 weeks and selecting proper mid-caps would do well. And also one must not put all his eggs in one basket rather should diversify his portfolio and invest all the money in all kinds of sectors. One should not have direct exposure to equity rather should prefer mutual funds because this would help them diversify their portfolio with expert advice. This can also be done if a person inculcates the habit of saving and spends money efficiently and invest his money in diversified portfolio and not only that will also keep a keen eye sight on it and not forget once he has invested them
When a person is trading he will face many losses and a person must have a habit of facing losses. The major other problems that once recovered can help the economy and those are:
- Banking sector being the backbone of the economy isn’t performing well
- Private sectors are dominating public sectors
- FDA investigation in pharmacy is being compared to banking that is the RBI
- IT sector performance is considerably going down
- Pharmacy sector isn’t working properly
So all these problems if solved can work efficiently and also bringing in of more real estate sector can help boom the market. Therefore the market is similar to a human being and must be taken proper care just as a human body.
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