In investing and the economy, bubbles are economic cycles where prices rise above the equilibrium. Bubbles are apparent on capitalist economies since the surge in prices are either due to increased demand or speculation. A price or economic bubble is a naturally occuring event which is followed by a major correction towards fair value. Spotting bubbles on charts are characterized by a major deviation from its normal linear regression

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