April 24, 2012

We're in a Bubble but it Doesn't Matter

Justin Kan, JustinKan.com


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Lots of people are saying we are in a bubble. The IPO market caps for Groupon and Zynga are too high. The purchase price for Instagram is too high. Early stage valuations are too high, no thanks to that darn Y Combinator.
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