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June 30th, 2007

Bring on the Bubbles!

Abstract:
That brings us to today as we await the start of round four of Bubble Mania. What sector(s) are likely to receive the attention of the bubble makers in their creation of the next major financial boom? My guess is that we'll see a return to the area of technology. The NASDAQ stock arena is long overdue another boom period and already there are preliminary signs of a commencement soon. Short interest in the semiconductor sector alone is through the roof! That implies there are too many bears in this highly sensitive area of the tech arena, and many a tech stock boom has begun with a short covering rally in semiconductors. Then there's the developing field of nanotechnology which has yet to hit its stride. I also believe we'll see a nanotech bubble before all is said and done.

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