• A conventional valuation which is established as the outcome of the mass psychology of a large number of ignorant individuals is liable to change violently as the result of a sudden fluctuation of opinion due to factors which do not really make much difference to the prospective yield; since there will be no strong roots of conviction to hold it steady.

    John Maynard Keynes (2006). “General Theory Of Employment , Interest And Money”, p.138, Atlantic Publishers & Dist