The value of Internet stocks has risen dramatically in the last several years, lining the pockets of many investors. Stock market watchers say Internet stock trading is out of
control, and eventually could mean big losses for some investors, but others say this is exactly how the stock market is supposed to work. A panel talks about the stock of Internet companies — why they’ve increased so dramatically in value, who’s buying, and what the risks are.

Guests

  • David Dreman Market analyst and author of "Contrarian Investment"
  • James Pethokoukis Senior editor for U.S. News and World Report
  • Richard Cripps Chief market strategist for Legg Mason

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