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What happens after a stock market bubble?

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A stock market bubble is a self-perpetuating rapid rise in the share prices of stocks. It is caused by market participants who drive stock prices above their rational economic value.
When investors realize that share prices have risen far beyond the value of the asset, they suddenly race to withdraw their money. The supply will be exceed demand and stock prices will fall rapidly.

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