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What is called Market trend ?

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Asked by Shri Kumar, 21 May '10 08:34 am
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A market trend is a putative tendency of a financial market to move in a particular direction over time.

These trends are classified as secular trends for long time frames, primary trends for medium time frames, and secondary trends lasting short times.

Traders identify market trends using technical analysis, a framework which characterizes market trends as a predictable price response of the market at levels of price support and price resistance, varying over time.

The terms bull market and bear market describe upward and downward market trends, respectively, and can be used to describe either the market as a whole or specific sectors and securities
Answered by anantharaman, 21 May '10 08:36 am

 
  
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Fluctuations in sensex and NSE decide this.
Answered by hitler, 21 May '10 08:35 am

 
  
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Statues of the two symbolic beasts of finance, the bear and the bull, in front of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.A market trend is a putative tendency of a financial market to move in a particular direction over time.[1] These trends are classified as secular trends for long time frames, primary trends for medium time frames, and secondary trends lasting short times.[2] Traders identify market trends using technical analysis, a framework which characterizes market trends as a predictable price response of the market at levels of price support and price resistance, varying over time.

The terms bull market and bear market describe upward and downward market trends, respectively, and can be used to describe either the market as a whole or specific sectors and securities.[3]
Answered by Judy Pawar, 23 May '10 12:44 pm

 
  
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