unbridled optimism

 Uncontrolled enthusiasm, feeling good.
 ► Owners of new businesses and inventors of new products frequently are blinded by unbridled optimism.
 ► “Uncertainty and hesitation regarding the information superhighway began to affect the electric utility industry in 1994. The unbridled optimism of 12 months earlier seems to have been tempered by a new sense of economic realism.” (Electrical World, Jan. 1995, p. 60)

American business jargon. 2014.

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