A bubble, really?
Alice Zagury

> “I was right. Tech companies are overvalued.” second-rate investors would say.

So anybody who thinks tech companies are overvalued are 2nd rate investors?

> That doesn’t mean you should agree to whatever terms early-stage investors give you.

If you’re not early stage, you don’t have this luxury when you’re running out of cash.

> A bubble happens when EVERYBODY loses when it bursts.

Not true. A bubble is a time when really smart people benefit.

> Massive capital influx is the mark of a healthy ecosystem.

And also a sign of abundance of cheap money (QE, zero interest rates).

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