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April 27, 2018, 08:37:46 PM
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How much of an increase is considered as a "bull market"

There is no specific percentage of increase to considered a trend as a "bull market". It doesn't also only focus on a certain single coin or few coins.

The trend is tagged as bull market when a great number of coins are having a price increase at the same time, meaning more are buying that's why volumes are increasing resulting in price increase. Now that trend can be spoiled so don't tagged a trend as bull market yet even how large the price increase if it's only about within just an overnight or short period of time.

Generally people have different views on what the bull market is so just trust your own definition if the purpose of your question is to help you decide whether if you want to purchase some to fulfill your precious wallet or wait for more dips.

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April 27, 2018, 08:38:00 PM
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It's actually funny that you're looking for similarities to 2014 and at the same time giving 10k as the level above which it's going to be a bull market. The peak of that bubble was at around 1100 USD, but the peak of the first bounce back was 660 USD, so it was over the half, while 10k is exactly at the 50% mark. For 2014 to repeat we'd have to go to 11k first, but we haven't even touched 10k. Also, back then it all happened much later, in June. I see no similarities yet.
Sorry that I'm not a trader, just a noob.
Not only me, many people sees similarities with 2014 in the chart, of course nobody can expect the exact same ratio. So this time it could be 9k then it can go down, or it can be different from now on.
The dangerous thing that when people expect the price to go down, it goes up.
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April 27, 2018, 10:45:57 PM
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April 27, 2018, 11:26:38 PM
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How much of an increase is considered as a "bull market"

I don't know if there are a certain percentage to be considered as a bull, but from my observation, it usually starts at around 40% increased in the next couple of days or months to be considered that the market is in the bullish trend. But as long as the market is getting green and having good gains of at least 4% daily and continues, then definitely, its in a bull run as well.

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April 27, 2018, 11:36:28 PM
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How much of an increase is considered as a "bull market"

There is no specific percentage of increase to considered a trend as a "bull market". It doesn't also only focus on a certain single coin or few coins.

The trend is tagged as bull market when a great number of coins are having a price increase at the same time, meaning more are buying that's why volumes are increasing resulting in price increase. Now that trend can be spoiled so don't tagged a trend as bull market yet even how large the price increase if it's only about within just an overnight or short period of time.

Generally people have different views on what the bull market is so just trust your own definition if the purpose of your question is to help you decide whether if you want to purchase some to fulfill your precious wallet or wait for more dips.

It's mean the market is bull yesterday before they had a correction? Do you think the market is better now? I saw if the market going to recover and the correction is look normal, what do you think? I hope cryptocurrency can shine again like in the end of year 2017

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April 28, 2018, 12:33:54 AM
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Market Technicaly Bullish Now, I do not trust the crypto market as a technicaly, Because the crypto market is a lot more Volatile, The little news market moves a lot.

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April 28, 2018, 05:32:12 AM
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I think it is considered by watching the past Bull last time Bitcoin price was $20000 in Bull condition and right now it is too low and i think in the market Bull condition its price will considered more then $20000,

Yeah, you might be right. Though I still think we don't necessarily have to cross ATH to be consider to be in bull phase. Any steady increase over a long time might be consider as one. My thought!
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April 28, 2018, 06:21:21 AM
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How much of an increase is considered as a "bull market"

We cannot exactly say what will happen in Bitcoin price but one thing is for sure that it will rise up again. We just need to be patient and wait for the bull run. Dips are normal in trading so we just keep calm and don't panic. Just hold your Bitcoin and wait for the price to increase again.

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April 28, 2018, 08:26:08 AM
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Ok , just look at the market cap , If the total marketcap is increasing market is bullish , I mean totally may be some coins are bearish in that  time , sometimes it is fake though and it is hard to find out whether it is really bullish or jus manipulated!


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April 28, 2018, 08:26:56 AM
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How much of an increase is considered as a "bull market"

I think in a single minute where we experience a 1000% or more gain, that’s what we call a bull run. However, it would be the other way around if there are others who would do a major sell-off in their Bitcoins or altcoins. As of now, we are trading between $9,000 to $9,300, but the Mt. Gox’s Bitcoin account is already on the watch because it plans to have a sell-off in the open market instead of over the counter, which is very interesting. Instead of taking it negatively, it is an oppoortunity for us to buy more at lower prices and expect this would be on a short-term bearish run only.
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April 28, 2018, 08:29:00 AM
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it depends how big bull is. Bear was so huge this year so predicte bull will be bigger than bear and for next year bear will be much more big.
Then current btc price can go up 3x this year this is my prediction
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April 28, 2018, 11:39:25 AM
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it depends how big bull is. Bear was so huge this year so predicte bull will be bigger than bear and for next year bear will be much more big.
Then current btc price can go up 3x this year this is my prediction

Hmm happy to hear that, hopefully, you're true it's mean bitcoin price can hit $27k this year, it's awesome. I hope so if the bitcoin price can higher than before so alt coins will follow the price can go back higher again

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April 28, 2018, 11:46:19 AM
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IMO there are no general percent gains that classify any rise to a bull run, though my definition for such is a constant rise that negates any effort to bring the price down regardless of how huge a selling pressure is at a given period of time. It can be days or weeks, months or years, depending on what market you are in,, but typically it lasts for months of continuous rise without any major resistance along the way. The 2017 rise is a fine example of a bull run and it started May and ended at January 2018.
Yes. What simply defines a bull market is a rise in price and a change in trend with more greens of course, or will I say the higher highs and lows and in the case where we break out from such a trend and we start having otherwise is what brings us to a bear market.

Nevertheless for a bull run, it is simply just a sharp movement in price with a very huge percentage daily which is undefined and in that case, the price broke out from the normal trend and just decided to start having some huge squash of buying walls, setting new ATHs and people getting more FOMOlyzed.



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April 28, 2018, 12:03:57 PM
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How much of an increase is considered as a "bull market"

They say that prices rise by 20 percent is considered a bull market but For me bull market has no set price value as long as it slowly but constantly increasing for how many days, how many months and the people are earning then it will be a bull market. At the moment this market performance is not to be considered as bull market or a bearish market but it was a roller coaster market in which the prices are up and down.

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April 28, 2018, 12:22:49 PM
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According to the article I read, the bull market is not fixated on the percentage increase but where is the long period when the overall price is moving upwards, bull market is characterized by optimism, investor confidence and expectations that positive results will continue, essentially when demand is rising for a long time it is arguably a bull market.


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April 28, 2018, 12:36:59 PM
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How much of an increase is considered as a "bull market"
I think 38% should be considered as a bull market and since December last year we are unable to achieve that up till now.  We are not going to see bull market often as this is a fight between two factors and  the one that win always drive the price for long.

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April 28, 2018, 01:10:50 PM
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How much of an increase is considered as a "bull market"

actually, I don't know how much percentage will be a bull market because I only see that if the price increase more than 10% and reach more than 30%, I will sell my coins and I don't think too long if it's a bull market or not. for me, as long as I can sell at the good price, it's enough for me so I can use that balance to buy another coin or waiting for the down price again. maybe I need to read more about the bull market so I can know.

this is what I get in the investopedia.com/terms/b/bullmarket.asp

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What is a 'Bull Market'
A bull market is a financial market of a group of securities in which prices are rising or are expected to rise. The term "bull market" is most often used to refer to the stock market but can be applied to anything that is traded, such as bonds, currencies, and commodities.

you can find more explaining about the bull market in the other websites.

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April 30, 2018, 07:41:55 PM
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Generally speaking, a bull market happens when prices rise by 20 percent, usually after a drop of 20 percent and before a 20 percent decline. Since they are difficult to predict, bull markets can typically only be recognized once they’ve happened.
Well that said it does not apply in the Crypto market as the crypto market is very volatile but the bull run is said when the market is on the rise for more than a month and at a overall rise in market of minimum 50% (percent can be argued to even higher degree). But as seen in past the Bull run went upto 300% to 1000%, so the upper limit is out of the discussion for time being. Smiley
Good answer, but bull market is actually always different from a bull run in my own perspective. I believe when we are in an uptrend for a while, with higher highs and higher lows, that obviously specifies a bull market which can of course take place for a long time.

Nevertheless, in the process of that, we may always get to see a bull run and this is actually the time when the market is just having some speedy nonstop movement in a very short period of time like it just wants to puncture the moon and drag it down.

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April 30, 2018, 10:22:33 PM
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Positive news is accompanied by bullrun in crypto, Better updated always in new's and social media's interaction because they bring huge impact in lifting alt-coin values and of course bitcoin. We may notice bullrun is on when most of the coins in the market sites start greening;)
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April 30, 2018, 10:46:12 PM
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How much of an increase is considered as a "bull market"
You can see that the market in recent days is showing signs of very clear, bitcoin and altcoin prices are increasing sharply throughout the past week. As far as my analysis, the market is uptrend in the short term and you can be completely reassured when trading. But I think overall bitcoin prices are still bearish so this is just uptrend in the short term.
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