In 1636 Netherlands, tulips were in great demand. At one point, a single tulip bulb's price reached ten times a skilled craftsman's annual income. Suddenly, the prices fell, and the demand for tulips collapsed. Tulips were the first bubble, but they won't be the last. What forms a "bubble," and what causes them to burst? View this short video and then Request an Appointment.
Bubbles Investments and Tulips
February 03, 2021