For the seasoned trader, stock market bubbles pose a high-risk but also a potential high-reward opportunity. A bubble could start with a lot of hype surrounding a specific asset, which then rises for a certain amount of time until it crashes in a rapid fashion. The first market bubble was the Dutch Tulip Mania, which took place in the mid-1600s. It rose quickly and imploded even quicker. In the past few years, some cryptocurrency and cannabis stocks became market bubbles, accumulating a lot of wealth for smart traders and making some deep dents in other traders' bank accounts.
The key to trading on the bubble is timing – you need to detect the optimal time to go in and the optimal moment to pull out. Trade CFDs on some interesting bubble assets available at ETFinance – please examine them thoroughly before trading: