Nobody wants to miss the “good opportunity”
'Real wisdom' is what make s'Ordinary opportunities' into 'Good opportunities'
·Written by : Jung-Bae Kim. Publisher & Editor. Lighting Critic.
In this world, strange thingthings often happen that are hardly understandable from the
eyes of a common-sense person.
For example, the 'tulip bubble' of the Netherlands in the 1630s, one of the three major
speculation enthusiasts in the modern financial world), the speculation bubble of British South Sea companies in the 1720s and the Mississippi speculation bubble in France in the
This tulip bubble began in the 1630's when tulips imported from Turkey became very
As more people bought tulips, they invested in tulip roots as if they were competing with each other. Eventually, the price of a tulip root rose to 87,000 euros in terms of its current monetary value.
When the price of tulip roots fell poorly, people who had gone on to grow tulips by
borrowing from banks and buying large lands began to go bankrupt. All the merchants
who bought and sold tulip roots became a beggar. In addition, the nobles who invested
in tulips also handed over the estates, which were held as collateral, to the bank.
rose tremendously as people flocked to the roots of tulips and then suddenly fell for no
reason, and those who invested became beggars.
crowding in one side at a time'. In other words, people flock to something at once to
make money, and then they think "it's not," and at the same time, they took their hands
out of investment.
because of the three factors, FOMO(Fear of missing out), panic buying and panic selling.
In simple terms, ‘Formo’ is a kind of fear, saying, “Aren’t I the only one who misses a good opportunity to make money easily?”
without price. But some of those people suddenly said, "I bought tulip roots at such a
high price, and if no one wants to buy it, would I be the only one to lose?"
They immediately started selling tulip roots. However, even the others who saw such an
appearance said that you and I would sell tulip roots, and “Panic Selling” took place.
That 'panic selling' eventually caused the speculative bubble to burst.
goes out, there is a phenomenon called ‘the rush of people without reason.’ And behind
this ‘pulse’ is, “Isn’t this the only way I’m missing out on a great opportunity to make
money?” The fear lies. It would be nice to say that it is the natural instinct of human
beings, "I don't want to lose only me."
In psychology, the phenomenon that people almost unconsciously imitate the actions of
those around them is explained in terms of ‘mirroring.’ In simple terms, mirroring means
acting after others.
a result of'panic buying' and'panic selling', a bubble is formed and then bursts."
money is pouring into stocks and real estate. It means that there is some kind of bubble. No one knows how long this bubble will last and when it will burst. However, it is clear
that the real estate investment or stock buying craze that is appearing right now is not
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