Aggressive Market

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Aggressive Market

A market or exchange with a high trading volume. When a market becomes very aggressive, the prices of stocks can go up significantly, which in turn makes it more expensive for a trader to become involved in the market by buying stocks. As the market becomes more aggressive, some traders are unwilling to involve themselves, which can (but does not always) lead to prices leveling or reverting to the mean.
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