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Fast start for Steve Harmon's Top Picks for 1999!

May 1 Update (% change since 12/31/98)

@Home ATHM up 94%
America Online AOL up 84% BYND up 42%
CMGI CMGI up 378%
DoubleClick DCLK up 528%
Go2Net GNET up 768%
Preview Travel PTVL up 41%

Performance of Community Picks

Lycos LCOS up 79%
GeoCities GCTY up 247% (Acquired by Yahoo) XMCM up 112%

- End of May 1 update -

In 1998, the top 10 Internet stocks Steve Harmon selected as worth watching ended the year up 312 percent! Can Steve Harmon repeat this feat for a 2nd straight year? Listed below are Steve Harmon's top picks for 1999.

Steve Harmon's HotWatch '99 - 10 To Watch
Who Ticker Why?

in alphabetic order

@Home ATHM Next-gen online service
AOL AOL Eyeballs and wallets leader BYND Web-delivered software sales
Broadcom BRCM Broadband chips
CMGI CMGI Many in one
Community see list Traffic kings
DoubleClick DCLK Ad network leader
Go2Net GNET Portal in the making
Preview Travel PTVL Travel and web go together well
ShopperConnection see list Whole worth more than parts?

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