Riding bubbles

Chris Dillow

Chris Dillow

Holders of mining stocks could do with cheering up. So here's some hope. History tells us that when bubbles burst share prices sometimes fall too far and so bounce back strongly. For example, anyone who bought tech stocks at the bottom of their crash in May 2003 would have enjoyed a 90 per cent rise in the following 12 months.

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