What Makes Stock Prices Go Up and Down?
There are many features that established whether stock prices go up or down. These include the outlooks of well-known investors, ordinary adversities, political and social turbulence, risk, supply and demand, and the lack of or abundance of suitable choices.
The compilation of these factors, plus all relevant information that has been distributed, creates a certain type of outlook [i.e. bullish and bearish] and the equivalent number of buyers and sellers. If there are more sellers than buyers, stock prices will tend to fall. On the Contrary, when there are more buyers than sellers, stock prices tend to rise.