Now that's better. We are back to our old ways of picking at stocks that are getting crushed or are already down big from their highs.
So let's take
. We had no desire to buy it up 10. But up a couple, we pounced. Same with
. We waited for the opening, which was too high, but then went in. As I wrote
this weekend, it was later than if we had not been on the
TV show with Ryan Jacob, but with our conscience intact and the ethics police off our back.
Join the discussion on
. We are putting a little money to work on the weakness there, too. Or
, which was up huge but has now pulled back. Still haven't touched anything listed except for
Here's one for you: How would the bank stocks have acted if there were Y2K bug problems?
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