When to know the market is going to bull

NSE:NIFTY   Nifty 50 Index
Hello Everyone,
So after a very long time i am publishing a new educational idea on how can we catch such bull trends like this to make ourselves profit and also we will see how to know that a rally is ending or 5 signals to a bull market so let's go

But before we start we should know what is a bull run or bear run means

So a bull run means that it may feel you like prices are at the sky and not ready to come downs and in long-term in this investors love to see their portfolios during a bull markets because their stocks run like a jet in the sky. However, since markets are fluctuating, nobody knows when it will end also some investors are fearful when they see bull markets as a sell signal at anytime to take the maximum profit while others feel it very comfortable buying in a bull trend and "warren buffet" has said " Be Fearful When others are Greedy and be Greedy when others are fearful ".

Do the following analysis to predict these bulls :-
1. Always seek for high trading volume and demand in markets:- It will feel like everyone is just in the market to buy up and no one is ready to sell their stocks as the market continues to climb upwards. Bull markets always have greater demand compared to supply, high trading volume, and next level liquidity touching the sky.

2. Lower interest rates :- Like whenever Banks interests are low there is the sign that the market is bull.

3. High Growth Rate :- Bull markets are often seen when low unemployment is and so for people have money to spend, and when people spend their money and buy their products so their profits increase and their stocks increase and so for the market increases.

4. Growing Economy :- Bull markets are also seen when the economy is growing.

5. Divergence:- When the market is up even indicators and other metrics are showing down even through.

Thank you


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