Definition of Bull Market: It is an extended period in which the price of investment rises in a faster manner than the average. These markets can take place due to an economic revival, an investor’s psychology and an economic boom. The largest and the most popular Bull Market started in 1990. The equity markets of U.S.A started growing at a fast rate than earlier. It is contradictory to the bear market. The Bull Market is distinguished with an increase in the confidence of the investor and a rise in the investing in the anticipation of the gains in the future. Although exact standards do not survive, Forex and stock traders generally regard it as an increase by about 20% in the market costs. It is regarded as a pointer of the market which is in action.