The High tech bubble is again rising. It has been nearly two decades since the rise and fall of the now infamous dot-come bubble when NASDAQ briefly reached above 5000 for the first time. And the story is now replaying itself again with NASDAQ constantly breaking through all-time highs above 5000 and number of billion-dollar-valued VC-funded private startups exploding. Just look at a few illustrating charts below to see it yourself. Are these clear signs of another bubble-burst in the near term ? Should we expect a large scale silicon valley crash in 2017-2018 time frame ? would the upcoming increase in interest rates act as the catalyst to squeeze corporate profit margins due to increased debt services initiating a stock market correction ? what do you think?

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overcrowded billion dollar-startups aug2016

exploding number of billion dollar startups

exploding number of billion dollar startups

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