Avoid Yahoo!

What's the one complaint you constantly hear voiced about this market? Low turnover ranks near the top. Overall volume has dwindled steadily since the height of the financial crisis, causing some players to doubt the legitimacy of the current bull run.

Where has all the volume gone? Well, shares of Yahoo! (YHOO) certainly found some. Over the past two days, the stock was down hard on above-average volume. Here's the interesting part: This followed a rally in the stock that featured 25 consecutive sessions of below-average turnover. That light-volume rally saw Yahoo! gain about 10%, most of which was promptly surrendered in this week's selloff....277 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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