Time to key up that broken record again. Nasdaq up, Nasdaq up, Nasdaq up. Is everyone rich yet?

The Nasdaq added another 87.75, or 1.9%, to close at another record of 4784.44. Internet stocks were in rally mode as well.

TheStreet.com New Tech 30 closed up 51.32, or 6.6%, at 833.43.

TheStreet.com Internet Sector

index ended up 16.67, or 1.4%, at 1199.53.

B2B stocks soared as well. And

TheStreet.com E-finance

index added 4 27/32, or 6.2%, to 83 1/8 on the strength of online brokerages.

Our own

James Cramer

was

touting

724 Solutions

(SVNX)

in an earlier

column, a stock that ran up 43 5/8, or 23%, at 231 7/8 (if you see him, make him buy you a drink). And we chronicled some of the companies that were appearing at the

Robertson Stephens Tech 2000 Conference

in an earlier

story.

There were a number of other big movers, including

eBay

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, which closed up 5 7/8, or 4.1%, at 149 1/4, though it traded as high as 155 7/16. The online auction site also said today it was teaming up with

Wells Fargo

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, which will allow sellers to take credit-card payments over the Internet.

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Online brokerages had another strong day.

Chase H&Q

analyst Gregory Smith put out positive notes on both

Ameritrade

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and

DLJdirect

(DIR)

, writing that like the rest of the online brokerage industry, both were experiencing "blockbuster" quarters. Ameritrade closed up 2 7/16, or 13%, at 21 1/8, while DLJ Direct closed up 2 1/4, or 21%, at 13 3/8. Chase H&Q has not done underwriting for either firm.

DoubleClick

(DCLK)

closed down 8 1/4, or 9.3%, at 80 9/16.

The Wall Street Journal

reported that both

AltaVista

and

Kozmo.com

were distancing themselves from DoubleClick, due in part to concerns about how DoubleClick is handling privacy partners.

priceline.com

(PCLN)

finished up 8 7/16, or 15%, at 64 3/8. The name-your-price service said it would create a new company to expand its service to Australia and New Zealand. It took off late in the day after

CNBC

reported that a research note on priceline indicated that its airline business was going to become profitable earlier than expected.

Finally,

Expedia

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closed down 1, or 5%, at 19. The online travel agency said it would take a one-time reserve of $4 million to $6 million in the current quarter due to fraudulent transactions by criminals who used stolen cards to purchase travel online.