One day, two NY Times articles bolstering the bubble hypothesis.
One explicitly describes the bubbly behavior of investing $41 million in photo-sharing startup Color before it even launched its product.
The other describes how some Wall Street broker-dealers with no experience in technology are throwing money at shares in hot private companies. Fast-money Wall Streeters are one step above the shoe shine boy when it comes to bubble indicators.
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Have you tried the Color app? Oy! – it is muy terribloso.
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