Jumping the Shark

Written By Michael Reign on Tuesday, October 2, 2012 | 9:09 PM

An idiom popularized by American radio personality and webmaster Jon Hein, the aforementioned abstraction pertaining to the marked declination of a television series/ sustained cinematic discourse’s viability. In the field of corporate finance, the concept of jumping the shark acts as a reference for the irreparable dissolution of the prevailing socio-economic exemplar at the national level, whereby the stability of the current market system is irrevocably compromised - a condition precipitating the onset of economic collapse.

* LAYMAN’S SYNOPSIS - by Michael Reign - Simply stated, the concept of jumping the shark functions as a metaphor for the permanence of decline in the economic stability of a particular nation.
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