For a bear market to begin, do stock prices have to fall by 10%, 15%, or 20% from a recent high?
Do you know the answer off the top of your head?
If you said 20%, you’re right!1
Drops of 10% to 19.9% are market corrections.1
On the other hand, a new bull market starts when prices rise at least 20% from a recent low.1
That’s just one fact about bear versus bull markets.
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The more you know about bear and bull markets, the easier it can be to keep a level head and a long-term outlook when big changes shake things up.
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