Key Words: Why the end is coming soon for the biggest tech bubble we’ve ever seen, says Villanova professor

‘Expect to see more dead unicorns.’

No, not the “My Little Pony” kind of unicorn. Keith Wright, a professor at the Villanova School of Business, is referring to unicorns as defined by venture capitalist Aileen Lee back in 2013: Privately-held startups valued at $1 billion or more.

According to Wright, the tech bubble is more inflated now than it ever was during the dot-com heyday and, judging from trouble in the land of unicorns, it’s about to pop and send shivers across Silicon Valley and, potentially, Wall Street.

“It’s going to be all downhill from here,” he wrote in an opinion piece for CNBC on Tuesday.

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