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As you formulate your own paper about the dot com crash of 2000, I suggest a cause/effect organizational pattern since it naturally lends itself as one.

First off, you might explain the significance of the overall event as well as present a brief historical contextualization of it and its causes.

Here is one source for you to use:

Welch, M. (2008). The Golden Collapse. Reason, 40(3), 4-5. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

In terms of timing, the dot-com crash of 2000 "reportedly took place during the presidential campaign." Welch further labels "the great dot-com crash of 2000, the most under-appreciated collapse in modern financial history. The collapse reflected a fall in value of the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations (NASDAQ) in just one day and of the website Pets.com from $1.2 million Super Bowl commercials to $82.5 million initial public offerings to full liquidation within a few months." Welch also argues that the event caused the market capitalization of telecommunications firms to fall "by around $1 trillion in the wake of the dot-com crash beginning in 2000."

The same article also demonstrates the effects of the event.

In terms of its history, research shows that the "bursting dot com bubble resulted from too much money flowing into too many unprofitable tech ventures. The climax of the dot come bubble in the stock ...

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