Chipotle and Google: Not Done Yet

How do big-cap, high-growth stocks go up 12% in a day? How does Internet king Google (GOOG) rally 122 points in a single session? How does Chipotle (CMG), a company that, in the end, makes a really good burrito, go up 67 points over a couple of hours' time?

Because they can go down the same amount on a given day, that's how, and in both cases they have. Welcome to the world of the highest-risk, highest-reward stocks where people either love them or hate them. Remember a year ago when Google fell to $685 from $765 in a day? How about when Chipotle fell to $319 from $408 in one day's trading back in July 2012?...516 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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