Bear Market Rally Definition Wednesday, February 6, 11:08 AM ET
A bear market rally refers to an increase in stock prices during a bear market period. Bear market rallies tend to be short lived and are more typically followed by further market declines. Though not officially defined, bear market rallies usually result in a market price increase of 10 to 20 percent before the bear market trend resumes. This type of rally is also sometimes called a "dead cat bounce" or "sucker's rally."
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