A bull investor is an investor who has an optimistic view of the stock market, particular investment class, or general economy. Bull investors tend to be buyers and holders of stocks or investments since they believe those prices will appreciate in value. When bull investors are in control and are prevalent among the financial community, it is known as a bull market. Bullish sentiments are when investors in the market generally believe prices will rise. Bulls invest with the belief that economic and market conditions are favorable for long positions in investments and stocks; whereas a bear investor sells or shorts, based upon his thinking that the stock market or economy will be on the decline.
What is a Bull Market?
Historically, a bull market is identified as an extended period where investment prices rise much more rapidly than their past average. Bull markets often occur as an upshot of an economic boom or recovery, or as a result of basic investor psychology. The bull market, which began in early 1990, where the domestic equity market grew at its highest rate in history, was the longest and certainly the most famous.