the past few months. AMZN will really hurt EBay bad. Just look
at the number of online items for sale at Ebay and you can see for yourself---nooo growth.
TOMORROW NET STOCKS SHOULD BE ON FIRE
as 200 million people around the world may be using
the Internet within a year or so,
according to a
report from the United Nations Economic and Social
Commission for Asia and
the Pacific. The study, reported
by the Associated Press, estimated 25 to 30 million
more than 140 countries were on the Net at
the end of last year.
MARIA, HERE IS JP MORGAN
1999 STOCKPICKS YOU ASKED
Julio Gomez ranked Ebay #1 by far AMZN, UBID,
OMKT, etc, didn't even make the list. They got there by
customer confidence. The deal with OFIS to put together a
new shipping system should only add to
Good luck tomorrow
Items up for bidding
35-millimeter cameras - gee want to buy mine, I haven't
it since I bought a digital camera.
Pilot digital organizers - crap
games - oh boy, oh boy
watches - I'm sure they
have more of these than they know
what to do
baseball cards - taking up space at Home Shopping
There'll probably be lots of Furbys and Beanie Babies
Get Your Credit Card Ready.