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The Dot-Com bubble was one of the largest speculative bubbles in U.S. stock market history. Here's a quick history lesson on what it was like twenty years ago.
The Dot-Com Bubble was a major economic event that ultimately led to a three year bear market. The Dot-Com Bubble started in the 1990s with a rapid wave of new internet companies going public by IPO. Many of these dot-com stocks while unprofitable, skyrocketed in value. In this video, we explain what caused the Dot-Com Bubble and some of the lessons we can learn from it in order to spot future stock market bubbles and crashes. We discuss if todays stock market resembles the dot com bubble.
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