The Start of the Collapse for “Internet Darling” Stocks?

If you want to see what happens when irrationality over a stock comes to an end, check out this chart of Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN).

In 2013, Amazon.com stock went up 63%. So far this year, the stock has collapsed 25% as investors realize converting growing revenues into corporate earnings for Internet-based stocks on key stock indices is not an easy task.

Mind you, Amazon.com isn’t the only tech stock on the key stock indices that is getting hit. Other tech stocks are under pressure, too, as evidenced by the NASDAQ being down for the year.

But despite stocks being overvalued—and some very big-name Internet stocks on the key stock indices coming down in

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