So, unless you live under a rock, you know that LinkedIn is now a publicly traded company and Facebook is in the gathering stages. Well, today was time for Pandora to shine in the Nasdaq lights. Now, read this, WE ARE GOING INTO A DOT COM BUBBLE!!!! "Founded in 2000, Pandora Media has never turned a profit and has stacked up $92 million in losses," from the Mercury News. So why would a stock spike 63% on it's first day trading? Do you remember these times, when every Tom, Jack and Harry brought a company public?

Have you also noticed that Sillicon Valley is the ONLY place in the US where real estate prices are on the rise? Company execs are cashing out of their stock and into these million dollar homes again.

What are your thoughts on this? Am I seeing it wrong???