The past ten years haven't been the most robust for the U.S. economy, to put it lightly. It began inauspiciously with the bursting of the dot-com bubble and ended in a financial crisis and tepid recovery. But the suffering wasn't evenly distributed. In fact many industries were created during this period, and others found their stride.
The U.S. economy was on a tear as it surged with the housing bubble. And it quickly collapsed when the bubble burst and the financial system spiraled into a credit crisis. Now we are witnessing the economy has stage a remarkable com... Read Post
It’s ten years since the dot com bubble began to seriously deflate; the financial climax had its high water mark on March 10, 2000 when the NASDAQ peaked at 5132.52. By September of that year people were starting to feel a lot less ... Read Post