|Day Low/High||53.33 / 55.02|
|52 Wk Low/High||35.43 / 71.71|
The charts show those likely heading higher include Starbucks, J.P. Morgan Chase, Argosy Gaming and InfoSpace.
With options priced at pennies, insiders could profit nicely from selling at current levels.
Let's review the arguments for -- and against -- whether we've seen a tech bottom.
Investors have seen companies put on a good face, execs brag about gaining market share in a downturn and one bad comedian.
Shrugging off layoffs and a still-dropping Nikkei, futures follow the lead of European markets.
This week we saw plenty of body blows to the notion that the Web might be bottoming.
Returning CEO Naveen Jain asks for extra time to clarify 2001 estimates for the Internet infrastructure services firm.
Also, checking in with the manager of an all-short mutual fund.
Think about applications that will work on a tiny cell-phone screen.
The deal must still gain approval by shareholders of both companies as well as regulators.
In Boston, an enthusiastic research group looks at the potential in local online business and sees big $$$.
Forget the surf: Internet chieftains dig down into the problems with Net business.
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