A moment when a market fails or falls into crisis, following a prolonged period of market speculation or unsustainable growth. Anchored on the idea that speculation periods, if it last enough, it will eventually result to crises. The longer the speculation happens, the worse the crisis is. Named after Russian Economist and Professor Hyman Minsky, he argued the native instability of markets and felt long bull markets only ended in huge collapses.
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