You know they are throwing the kitchen sink at this market when

Reuters

reports that

Jamie Kiggen

, one of my fave Net analysts, downgraded

DoubleClick

(DCLK)

over at

DLJ

.

Bristol-Myers

(BMY) - Get Report

, now

that I understand. But DoubleClick, now that's a half-the-distance personal foul. Someone would be thrown out of the game on that one, as DLJ just pushed DoubleClick.

But chaos breeds chaos on these down days.

Reuters

had it wrong. Somebody else at

A. G. Edwards

said negatives about DoubleClick. No thumb in the nose of the good folks at A.G. Edwards, but a downgrade right after an upgrade by a DLJ analyst would have been devastating instead of just, well, curious.

Join the discussion on

TSC

Message Boards. Me, I am doing nothing but holding my DoubleClick. This stock would have been down with or without an upgrade. No sense in making a move right now. Wait until it settles. But

Reuters

can sure keep you on your toes with these mistakes! (

Hoo-hah!

)

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