Echo Bubble

Echo Bubble

A small bubble that forms after another bubble bursts. That is, an echo bubble forms when the economy or, more commonly, the stock market begins to recover from a burst bubble prematurely. Analysts and investors form echo bubbles, in part, because they begin to feel more confident than the situation warrants. As with all bubbles, echo bubbles eventually burst.
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Don't beat yourself up if you don't recognize the name; he's largely unknown outside the N.Y.D.C., National Review/Weekly Standard neocon echo bubble. Kristol was setting the stage for French (or someone like him, if French ends up declining, as other of Kristol's recruits already have) in his June 6 Weekly Standard column entitled "The United States of Argentina." The independent candidate to save the GOP and the Republic from Trump, he opined, "could be a not-terribly-well-known" person, even "someone who hasn't yet held elective office." French fits both particulars of that bill.