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Let's face it it has already started.
Time to wait and watch, and also the time to pick up some stocks on the cheap!
BUY LOW SELL HIGH.
Those that do survive will be stocks that are well established, and offer unique services or can do it better!
Best place to see it is at
Mind you, you must fill the stars with the appropriate letters sorry if its offensive. but being in the ISP/ASP sector worries me alot
E-Toys and priceline are some of the best examples of the crash. Still the internet is here to stay. There is always a period of uncontrolled growth. This is the time to weed out the weak, the strong will survive. No crash. Be selective on your buys, there is no need to go bottom fishing, it is dangerous to try and catch a falling knife. Wait for the stocks you like to get back to a price where there is no upside resistance.
If you want to keep daily tabs on the .com crashes you'll want to check out this site:
Hey, I didn't give it the name. I'm just relaying the info ;-)