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Backsliding, But Just A Bit

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The raw numbers are as follows: 136 gainers, 230 losers, and 13 companies treading water. Those are the results of this week's Internet stock market activity. A disappointment after last week's double-digit run-up across all sectors, but not exactly a margin-call situation. And we all know by now what those are like. As expected, many of the top gainers from last week ended up losing ground this week because their advances were due more to shares bouncing off new lows than any renewed investor interest. That means a lot of momentum players looking for a quick score and then dumping shares back onto the market. Investors continue to cast a wary eye toward the Federal Reserve, waiting to see if another interest-rate hike is in the offing. Until we find out later this month, I expect the market to remain somewhat unsettled and directionless. If this were a poker game, I'd check.



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