An Oct. 20 story,

Netro Continues to Fall Amid Downgrades, mistakenly reported several analysts downgraded

Netro's

(NTRO:Nasdaq) stock and that the company's third-quarter earnings missed the

First Call/Thomson Financial

per-share consensus. In fact, only two analysts downgraded the stock, and the earnings exceeded expecations. (

corrected Oct. 20

)

An Oct. 19 TaskMaster column

Who Let the Nazzdogs Out? incorrectly reported Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan had hinted at a rate hike that took place on Sept. 8, 1998. In fact, he hinted Sept. 8, 1998, about a rate hike that took effect on Sept. 29, 1998. (

corrected Oct. 20

)

An Oct. 18 article,

Are We There Yet? Looking for the Bottom With Technical Analysts, misquoted Philip Erlanger, president of technical analysis firm

Erlanger Research

. Erlanger said, "We are in a distribution phase," not "an accumulation phase." (

corrected Oct. 19

)

An Oct. 18 story,

Knight Trading Beats Estimates incorrectly identified

Knight Trading

(NITE:Nasdaq) as Knight-Trimark, its previous name. (

corrected Oct. 18

)

An Oct. 18 Bill Meehan column,

Look Out Below, mistakenly reported that

Computer Network Technology

(CMNT:Nasdaq) fell 60% after an earnings warning. In fact, the column intended to refer to

Copper Mountain Networks

TheStreet Recommends

(CMTN:Nasdaq). (

corrected Oct. 18

)

An Oct. 17 story,

Tuesday's Pummeling Has AOL Watchers Wary About Earnings, incorrectly reported that

Lehman Brothers

analyst Holly Becker said that

America Online

(AOL:NYSE), despite a decline in its share price, still wasn't a cheap stock. In fact, Becker made that comment about

Yahoo!

(YHOO:Nasdaq), not AOL.

(corrected Oct. 18)

The Oct. 12 TaskMaster column,

It's Bad, Bet Your Bottom Dollar, reported that

Investors Business Daily's

call/put premium statistics reached their lowest levels since 1987. IBD has since corrected its figures, citing incorrect information from its data supplier. The call/put premium was 0.38, not 0.03 as originally reported. (

corrected Oct. 17

)

The Oct. 11 TaskMaster column,

Drink Up: This Year's Special Is a Bottomless Comp, incorrectly reported that Bob Brinker, editor and publisher of

Bob Brinker's Marketimer

and host of

ABC Radio's

MoneyTalk

, recommended buying the

Nasdaq 100 Trust

in May at 74 and selling at 100. In fact, Brinker told his radio audience he'd bought the QQQs at 74 and then later said he thought they would get beyond 100. But his actual sell recommendation was at 84. (

corrected Oct. 17

)