Markets are off their session lows Wednesday afternoon, but still trading deeply in the red one day after all three major indices set new record highs. 

The Nasdaq was falling the hardest, down 0.36%, or 26 points, to 7,137. The S&P 500 slid 0.17%, or 5 points, to 2,746 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 0.09%, or 22 points, to 25,363.47. 

Here are the three stories driving the most movement on the Street. 

Buffett Isn't Bullish on Bitcoin

The Oracle of Omaha doesn't foresee a good ending for the crypto-craze currently permeating markets. 

Kinsey Grant has full coverage of Buffett's comments here

Nelson Peltz Isn't Bullish on Amazon

Activist investor Nelson Peltz believes that Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) - Get Report could soon face antitrust litigation because it has no natural competition. 

Peltz's comments on Amazon, Crypto and Apple Inc. (AAPL) - Get Reportcan be found here

Not All Tech Stocks Are Created Equal

Barclays published a note on the top tech stocks to own in 2018.

See the list here

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