Market Bubbles Before 2000

Market Bubbles Before 2000

Peter Eisenhardt

30 years: Capital markets & investment banking

Minsky’s stages can be used as a framework for studying the greatest market bubbles in history. Peter breaks down some prominent market bubbles that occurred prior to the year 2000 such as Tulip Mania (1673), the South Sea Bubble (1720), the Wall Street Crash (1929) and the Asian Crisis (1997).

Minsky’s stages can be used as a framework for studying the greatest market bubbles in history. Peter breaks down some prominent market bubbles that occurred prior to the year 2000 such as Tulip Mania (1673), the South Sea Bubble (1720), the Wall Street Crash (1929) and the Asian Crisis (1997).

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Market Bubbles Before 2000

10 mins 48 secs

Overview

Bubbles have plagued the economy throughout history from tulip prices to Wall Street.

Key learning objectives:

  • Provide an overview of some of the greatest bubbles in history

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