fez from euphoria is alive?

It is defined as mental illness characterized by great excitement, euphoria, delusions and overactivity. In investing, this translates into investment decisions being driven by fear and greed without being tempered with analysis, reason or balance of risk and reward outcomes

The mania is usually running parallel with the business development of the product, but timing can sometimes run askew.

The late 90's technology.com boom and today's fez from euphoria are two examples of how a mania operates in real time. These two events will be highlighted with each stage in this article.

The first stage of a mania starts out with a great idea. The idea is not known to many people yet, but the potential for profits are huge. This is usually translated as unlimited profit, since "something like this has never been done before". The internet was one such case. People using the paper systems of the time were skeptical as "how can the internet replace such a familiar and entrenched system?" The backbone of the idea begins to get built. This translated into the modems, servers, software and web sites needed to get the idea into something tangible. Investments in the idea stage start off lackluster and made by people "in the know". In the case, it may be the visionaries and people working on the project.