The 3 Hottest Stories on Wall Street Wednesday
Markets were holding on to gains in spite of a downturn.

A weak ten year Treasury note auction caused stocks to swoon in afternoon trading Wednesday but as markets maintained their gains.

The Nasdaq was the lone index trading in the red, falling 0.2%, or 15 points, to 7,102, while the Dow rose 0.71%, or 177 points, to 25,090, and the S&P 500 gained 0.36%, or 9 points, to 2,704. 

Here are some stories investors were watching Wednesday. 

A Sucker Is Born Every Day

Beware the calm in the middle of the storm, Brian Sozzi warns investors Wednesday

The Market Selloff Isn't Over

Here are some things to watch for before the market enters a vicious bear market

Snap Isn't Dead Yet

Just how far can Snap Inc. (SNAP) rally following its first earnings beat

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