Defining a Bull Market

Defining a Bull Market

Financial markets or financial exchanges are places where bonds, options, stocks, other securities, commodities, and other financial instruments are bought and sold. Laymen, financial advisors, and investors are generally interested in determining the future price of...
Defining a Bear Market

Defining a Bear Market

In investment terms, a bear market is any investment period with falling stock prices. Investor confidence is usually very low during such a time, with some investors even panicking to sell their stocks before prices get too low. The financial implications of a bear...
5 Stock Market Myths

5 Stock Market Myths

There are many myths surrounding the stock market that mystify the process and hinder people from putting their money into investments. Here are five of the most prominent, and why they are untrue:     Only Rich People Should Invest in the Stock Market The...
Defining Stock Market Volatility

Defining Stock Market Volatility

Stock market volatility is a commonly misunderstood concept, although when broken down in terms of function and how to calculate and access it, it is relatively simple. Learning about stock market volatility will also help a potential investor interact with the stock...