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Bull trap

Definition of the noun Bull trap

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noun

  1. [economics] A temporary reverse in the downward trend of a share price that tempts some investors to buy

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Bull trap: In economics, a Bull trap is an inaccurate signal that shows a decreasing trend in a stock or index has reversed and is now heading upwards, when in fact, the security will continue to decline.

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Google previewCMT Level II 2016: Theory and Analysis (2015)

by Mkt Tech Assoc

A bull trap is a failed breakout of a resistance level. In both cases, prices appear to be continuing in the trend direction, but the final picture is a reversal.

Google previewIntegrated Pitchfork Analysis (2009)

Basic to Intermediate Level by Mircea Dologa

r A bull trap is a version of the throwback described above, ...

Google previewTrading Systems and Methods (2013)

by Perry J. Kaufman

A bull trap is a failed breakout of a resistance level. In both cases, prices appear to be continuing in the trend direction, but the final picture is a reversal. Although there is no advice on how to avoid bull and bear traps, the failed reversal should ...

Google previewDictionary Of Investment Management (1999)

by K.C.S. Ranganayakulu

BULL TRAP. An erratic movement of share prices upwards, encouraging investors to buy in anticipation of further rise in prices when the market corrects itself. The prices come down, trapping unwary investors. See BEAR TRAP. BULLISH.

Google previewDictionary of Commerce and Management (2004)

by K.C.S. Ranganayakulu

bull trap. An erratic movement of share prices upwards, encouraging investors to buy in anticipation of further rise in prices when the market corrects ...

Google previewBlackie’s Dictionary of Banking and Finance

by Blackie

Bull Trap A false rumor indicating declining trend in a stock or, in the other case, the index has reversed and is heading upwards when, in fact, the security continues to decline. Bulldog Bond Sterling denominated bonds that are issued in ...

Google previewCassell's Dictionary of Slang (2005)

by Jonathon Green

bull trap n. (also bully trap) 1 [19C] (US Una.) one who impersonates an official in order to extort money. 2 [1930s+] (Aus.) a villain who impersonates a policeman and preys on couples in lover's lanes, extorting money ...

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