The article was written at the height of the dot com bubble but it was not reflective of such
Originally Posted by Moksha
But for comparison sake lets compare the two
The dot coms bubble was built on non existent values attached to the dot com industry
the current financial bubble was built on non existent values attached to real estate
imo, the article is HIGHLY relevant in that it speaks to the fact that the markets corrections of itself are already built into folks consumption patterns. Many of us have already adjusted our buying habits to declining economic conditions that have nothing to do with the stock market (such as the decline in real wages over the past ten years). The decline in the market is just Wall Streets belated realization that the party is over. The average American got that dis-invite over a year ago (BOOM!!!)
As for the charges against me, I am unconcerned. I am beyond their timid lying morality, and so I am beyond caring.