Dating back to the 1700's, imagery for the Bull and Bear has been tethered to the Stock Market and the savage trading floor. Through countless paintings and prose, the Bull Market is depicted as positive due to rising prices and encouraged buying.
The name "Troy" pays homage to "troy ounce" which is a unit of measure for weight that dates back to the Middle Ages. Originally used in Troyes, France, the troy ounce was used in particular when dealing with precious metals. One troy ounce is equal to 31.1034768 grams. The name "Ozzy" pays tribute to the "oz" in "troy oz" which is the unit of measure used to determine the mass of precious metals.
Troy the Silver Bull contains 8+ Troy ounces of silver. Muscles rippling and legs outstretched, Troy seems to be ever-engaged in a fierce battle with his arch nemesis Ozzy the Silver Bear.
Ozzy the Silver Bear contains 12+ Troy ounces of silver and he's ready to swipe down the bullish market and keep trading in check.