Dotcom Bubble Definition Friday, October 4, 1:16 PM ET
In the 1990s investors bought stock in Internet companies in a speculative manner, based on the idea that one day these companies would produce revenue and profit. Known as the DotCom bubble, this represented a time when VC, or venture capital companies invested in startups, without the typical due diligence process, or caution that might normally be employed. Internet stocks experienced a major run-up, followed by a great crash. Many of these companies went out of business.
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