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The Internet Bubble

Inside the Overvalued World of High-Tech Stocks--And What You Need to Know to Avoid the Coming Shakeout

by Anthony B. Perkins

  • 59 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by HarperCollins Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Internet,
  • Stocks & shares,
  • Securities,
  • Internet industry,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Personal Finance - Investing,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Online information services industry,
  • Investments & Securities - General,
  • Internet - General,
  • Investments & Securities - Stocks,
  • Finance

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages283
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9248232M
    ISBN 100066640008
    ISBN 109780066640006

    The Internet Bubble: The inside Story on why It Burst-and What You Can Do to Profit Now. Abstract. From the Publisher: Two years ago, the first edition of The Internet Bubble forecast the collapse of overvalued technology stocks. Since then, dot-coms have folded, the NASDAQ took a nosedive, and investors have lost billions.   I’ve lived through it so I haven’t spent much time reading up on what happened then but here are a few that come to mind: Non Fiction 1. The New New Thing by Michael Lewis (author) - Michael Lewis is an amazing writer so his take on the rise of Ne.

    What the dotcom bubble was, and how it began, isn’t too difficult to explain: The dotcom disaster was a speculative bubble that covered to During this period, Internet stocks, which were both novel and difficult to value, soared as investors sought growth stocks and were afraid to miss out on the rally. Get this from a library! The filter bubble: what the Internet is hiding from you. [Eli Pariser] -- In December , Google began customizing its search results for all users, and we entered a new era of personalization. With little notice or fanfare, our online experience is changing as the web.

    Log into Facebook to start sharing and connecting with your friends, family, and people you know. 6 – Notable. A helpful and/or enlightening book that stands out by at least one aspect, e.g. is particularly well structured. 7 – Good. A helpful and/or enlightening book that combines two or more noteworthy strengths, e.g. contains uncommonly novel ideas and presents them in an engaging manner. 8 – Very good.9/10().


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The Internet Bubble by Anthony B. Perkins Download PDF EPUB FB2

Just as the authors predicted, the Internet bubble has burst. Brothers who founded the business and high-tech magazine Red Herring, they had issued a warning in their prior book, The Internet Bubble: Inside the Overvalued World of High-Tech Stocks and What You Need To Know To Avoid the Coming Shakeout (LJ 11/1/99), which analyzed Internet Cited by: 9.

TheInternet Bubble is the story of the turbulent world ofhigh-tech stocks, a place where fortunes aremade and lost in a day. This book uncovers the innerworkingsof an industry that increasingly thrives ongreed and hype. It shows who is really getting rich, and how they use small investors to finance their by: The Daniel Kahneman book "Thinking, Fast and Slow," came out in I've read it 3x.

On the first read, there was this moment of epiphany about how our book, "The Internet Bubble," was essentially a work of behavioral economics, which Kahneman champions/5. Internet Bubble: A rapid rise in equity markets caused by speculation into online-based companies (referred to as dotcoms).

The internet bubble of the lates is often considered a benchmark. About The Filter Bubble. An eye-opening account of how the hidden rise of personalization on the Internet is controlling-and limiting-the information we consume. In DecemberGoogle began customizing its search results for each user.

Dotcom Bubble: The dotcom bubble occurred in the late s and was characterized by a rapid rise in equity markets fueled by investments in Internet-based companies. During the dotcom bubble, the.

The Dot-com Rush (or, the Internet Bubble) refers to the period from roughly towhen a combination of new technological products, mainstream press hype and very high stock prices pushed the internet into the mainstream. Product-wise, AOL bought in-home internet connections to The Internet Bubble book general public while Microsoft spent billions to make.

In case you missed it, the peak in the tech unicorn bubble already has been reached. And it's going to be all downhill from here.

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The Filter Bubble reveals how this hidden web is starting to control our lives - and shows what we can do about it. While this undoubtedly an important book, I couldn't shake the feeling that I was reading a five year old book about the internet, which in internet years, is really about 35 years old.

I mean, there /5(14). Eli Pariser's The Filter Bubble is a pretty awesome book. It's quite similar to Siva Vaidhyanathan's The Googlization of Everything, published only two months earlier (which it nevertheless manages to cite), except that The Filter Bubble covers the Internet's big players in general -- Google, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter -- whereas The /5().

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Get this from a library. The filter bubble: what the Internet is hiding from you. [Eli Pariser] -- The hidden rise of personalization on the Internet is controlling--and limiting--the information we consume. InGoogle began customizing its search results. Instead of giving you the most.

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‘‘Internet bubble.’’As further evidence, we look at IPO-related events in which there is theoretically a shift towards retail evidence shows that, in these periods, volume is higher, block trading levels (our proxy for institu-tional trading) decrease, and Internet prices rise dramatically.

For example, the. However, entrepreneurs’ overly optimistic expectations of the potential of the Internet created the infamous “dot-com bubble” (also known as the “Internet bubble”) of the latter half of the s.

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Mandel predicted the Internet bubble in his book The Coming Internet Depression (Basic Books, ). But the warning he is issuing today should be heeded: Without exuberant, technology-driven growth, the economies of the world will not be able to support the social programs that are needed by their populations.

As web companies strive to tailor their services (including news and search results) to our personal tastes, there's a dangerous unintended consequence: We get trapped in a "filter bubble" and don't get exposed to information that could challenge or broaden our worldview.

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Replace the word “press” with “internet,” and you have an accurate (if fierce) take on the digital world, one that easily could have been written in From the earliest days of the internet, anonymity was prized by free speech advocates and digital enthusiasts as a necessary and beneficial thing.The stock market rallied during the dot-com bubble for good reason: everyone and their grandma was excited about Internet based companies.

The overall investor’s belief was optimistic and this fueled a multi-year rally that had seemingly endless momentum.