The first bull run rose +1727% over 89 days. Due to the non-linear behaviour, this cannot be averaged into per day terms. Looking at the relative length to height ratio (1727% / 89d = 20 for this one bull run). We will take this as a 'typical' long-term bull run in cryptocurrency terms due to the relatively long tail where the run started.
This was then followed by a fall ( ) of -68% over 7d = 10.
The second bull run we saw rose +1412% over 152d = 9 (half of 20 we previously experienced with the first bull run). This may be contributed to the larger volumes of trades having a larger effect on the behaviour of how high the price rose. However the price rose fairly similar (+1727% & +1412%) but over a much shorter duration.
This was then followed by a fall of -51% over 14d = 4 (again half of 10 we previously experienced with first fall).
Term Bull Bear
long 20 10
short 9 4
Note: Percentages (%) are a good common base unit to look at as this is normalised to suit any at any price. These ratios are a first glance at what market behaviours are typically like. These indicators may be adjusted to upper and lower bound of short and long term behaviours depending on risk tolerance.