In the stock market, sometimes when an investor purchases, holds, or sells a large enough portion of a company, or if the person doesn't necesarily have a huge holding but is well acknowledged as a sharp investor who people follow (such as Warren Buffet), a person can really move a stock. It has become evident that when I make a long and well thought-out post on the forum, that INTJ threads become more popular. I say this only as a statement of trends I've observed, that I am to INTJ threads as Warren Buffet is to companies he invests in. Yet, I've also noticed recently that ENTP threads have come into vogue in the NT section. Now, in economics, price gouging refers to pricing above the market price, which I suspect may be occuring here. Thus, the rational thinker must question whether these ENTP threads are really worth the popularity they're receiving. If not, the stock is going to get dumped when the personality market corrects in the long-run. On the other hand, INTJs have a critical public of subscribers, an egghead circle of subscribers, which will ensure the long-term stability of INTJ threads. Yet, I have doubts that ENTPs will be able to maintain their stock as I think it's overpriced at the moment. Four questions emerge: what is the intrinsic value of ENTP threads? To what extent does the current surface value differ from the fundamental value? Who is gouging the ENTP stock? Will it last? Some questions for the personality speculator.