people be like "lol they invested all their money in flowers causing an economic collapse?"
but then go invest money in "mortgage-backed securities"
Reading "Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds" (a 19th century book on the tulip bubble, and a bunch of other bubbles) protected me from the mortgage crash and every dot-com crash.
Bubbles are sooo damn common, and people fall for them every time.
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