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What Are Bearish and Bullish Markets?

A bear market is when prices are heading down while a bull market is used to describe conditions when the prices are rising. Bull and bear markets are important to pay attention to as they can determine currency market trends. They can help you to do the best decision on how to manage risk and have a better understanding of when is the best timing to enter and exit your trades.

One of the key benefits of forex trading is the opportunity it offers traders in both bull and bear markets as forex trading is always done in pairs, when one currency is weakening the other is strengthening thus allowing you to take advantage of rising and falling markets.

What Happens in a Bull Market?

When the bulls reign in the market, people are looking to invest money; confidence is high and the acceptance of risk generally goes up.

This leads to rises in various markets – particularly in stock markets, but also in FX currencies such as the Australian dollar (AUD), Canadian dollar (CAD), New Zealand dollar (NZD), and emerging market currencies. Conversely, bull markets typically lead to a decline in safe-haven currencies such as the Japanese yen, the Swiss franc (CHF) and, in some cases, the U.S. dollar.

The U.S. dollar (USD) and Japanese yen (JPY) are safe-haven currencies and tend to strengthen in a bear market as riskier instruments are sold off and safe-haven currencies are in demand.

“In a bull market, traders are looking to enter the market when prices are rising so that they can sell once they believe the market has reached its peak.”

What Happens in a Bear Market?

Bearish markets follow a downward trend as investors sell riskier assets such as stocks and less-liquid currencies such as those from emerging markets.

The U.S. dollar (USD) and Japanese yen (JPY) are safe-haven currencies and tend to strengthen in a bear market as riskier instruments are sold off and safe-haven currencies are in demand.

“ In a bear market, traders are looking to enter the market when prices are falling so that they can buy once they believe that market has reached its peak.”

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