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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National Review/Weekly Standard neocon echo bubble.