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TERM OF THE DAYJUNE 6, 2016
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A desirable trend characterized with lots of enthusiasm and energy over a short period of time. Fads are often seen with common consumer items, especially around a holiday season. Products that have fallen into this category include Beanie Babies in the 1990s, and gaming system in the 2000s. They can also be seen in other areas, such as investing. For example, leveraged buy-outs (LBOs) were ... Read more

USAGE EXAMPLE
Beanie babies were a fad and economic bubble in the 1990s because people were frenzied and obsessive about this stuffed animal toy for a short period of time before it quickly became valueless, and everyone forgot about it.
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