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Kayak is a good company at a time when the market doesn't like web names says Jim Cramer.
Avoid or short these two highly-valued equities, which have significant shares becoming available in the next few months.
Google has smartly skipped over buying the newly minted social companies in order to develop its own.
A recent lawsuit by Juniper has not hurt Palo Alto's IPO says Francis Gaskins of IPO Desktop.
Clark Kokich, Chairman at Razorfish, says Facebook and the other recent slew of internet IPOs are a long way from attaining Google's revenue generating power.
Quite a few pummeled tech stocks could see a decent recovery in the short term.
Are folks shorting these names against their Facebook restricted stock?
Hedge fund manager Eric Jackson of Ironfire Capital explains why search and payments are key to Facebook's long-term growth.
When it presents its first earnings report on Wednesday evening, listen for guidance.
Jim Cramer explains that investors aren't interested in private equity companies given their lack of transparency.
You can't cherry-pick social media -- you have to be in them all, says marketing expert Jeff Hayzlett.
Noam Wasserman, author of The Founder's Dilemmas, discusses Mark Zuckerberg's biggest problems as Facebook prepares to go public.
The big picture is anyone's guess -- but you can focus on your positions and manage them tightly.
Underlying action is choppy, breadth is poor and there's no leadership other than IPOs.
The appetite for IPOs is there because deals are being priced for the buyer, not seller.
Momentum favorites are losing steam, but some recent IPOs are attracting speculative money.
As the market digests recent upward action, use hedges and maneuver strong, leading positions.
Buying in the aftermarket is a recipe for disaster -- consider Yelp.
These powerhouse stocks find a way to make money no matter how daunting the market is.