This is the situation in the market, when most prices, quotations, increase confidently, as if they are being pushed by a bull's horns. That's right, "bulls" (see) is a name for some traders who open transactions to buy in full confidence that prices will continue to rise. As soon as the "bulls" understand that the price has risen sufficiently and may at any time begin to decline, they begin to open up a deal to sell and turn into "bears" (see). Details about how these two categories of traders interact on the financial market can be found in the book “Bulls, bears and millionaires: war stories of trading life” by Robert Koppel.
Trading in financial markets involves substantial risks, including complete possible loss of investment capital. This activity is not suitable for all investors. High leverage increases the risk (Risk Disclosure).