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The History of Financial Bubbles – A mini documentary a financial history of the world



In this mini-documentary, we look at the nature of financial bubbles. We will go on a journey from the first financial bubble in history – The Mississippi Bubble, to what has been happening lately with the Coronavirus. Hopefully, through it all, you can make your own judgment of the current situation.

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31 thoughts on “The History of Financial Bubbles – A mini documentary a financial history of the world”

  1. Bubbles are amazing. It gets rid of bad companies. People will never learn. Lottery tickets will never disappear.
    2021 Bubbles will be SPAC's and Cryptocurrencies.

  2. I have a question… if we expect that this is a bubble that will crash within the next upcoming year, then what should we invest in instead? Also what companies id Dalio investing in?

  3. While capitalism enriches the billionaires even during pandemic, record unemployment dogs the working class.

    The secret of your future is hidden in your daily routine . Successful people do daily what the unsuccessful do occasionally

  4. In a market economy that’s driven by credit, booms and busts are inevitable but what can be controlled is the severity of such shifts. There are many different factors for why that is but the main factor is the tendency of governments and central banks especially, to allow bubbles to form. Not only do bubbles form, debt that can’t be repaid piles up. Both are the result of things getting out of hand. Control those two factors and a credit contraction to reign in inflation doesn’t have to be economic catastrophe.

  5. Pshhhh. I'm so angry 😡 and thankful at the same time. This channel is the reason allot of people are woke and I'm one of them.

    Let me not make this post too long but rather just say thank you for keeping us woke

  6. this is not end yet because everybody think this is end which means there is fear in the market…..which means upside is yet to come , when bubble burst environment before bubble burst is very bullish , which is not seen yet …when everybody means everybody becomes bullish thats the time time to fear….b=this is mass psychology , behavioural science…….

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