The Dot-Com Bubble, also referred to as the “Tech Bubble” was considered a historical speculative bubble, occurring from the mid 1990’s to early 2000’s. Before the inevitable burst was the rise of computers in the early 1990’s becoming affordable and user-friendly for both business and personal use attracting consumers who would like to use it for entertainment purposes or for business applications to assist accounting, task preparations and word processing tasks. Thus leading to the internet age, becoming increasingly commercialized, those who created online businesses grew expeditiously causing technology stocks to escalate and urging early technology companies to become publicly traded .
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