Monday, February 25, 2008

Has the Stock market "Jumped the Shark"?


Per the WIKI:

The term jumping the shark alludes to a specific scene in a 1977 episode of the TV series Happy Days when the popular character Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli jumps over a shark while water skiing. The scene was so preposterous that many believed it to be an ill-conceived attempt at reviving the declining ratings of the flagging show. Since then, the phrase has become a colloquialism[1] used by U.S. TV critics and fans to denote the point at which the characters or plot of a TV series veer into a ridiculous, out-of-the-ordinary storyline. Such a show is typically deemed to have passed its peak. Once a show has "jumped the shark" fans sense a noticeable decline in quality or feel the show has undergone too many changes to retain its original charm.

I wonder if this might be the case with the stock market we we have it today?

What do you think?????

2 Comments:

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Anonymous QUALITY STOCKS UNDER 4 DOLLARS said...

The stock market has its ups and downs.

4:53 PM EST  

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