Has anyone noticed over the years a link between huge individual company stock runups and national advertisement campaigns on tv? Case & point: the latest illustration of this is ebay. About a couple of months ago, eBay launched their huge "Do it eBay" campaign which is kind of humorous. The stock has been making solid gains out of the low $70's base since this started. Presently in mid $80ish range. Remember back in the day, the commercial for Peoplesoft where the guy brushes his teeth right at the computer to finish a job. That stock was in the low teens when they started coming out at $12ish and ran all the way to $40 something at the peak of those commercials, which ran for months during this run up. How about the infamous or famous EXPE, depending how you played it. Here was a stock sitting in the $20ish range last year. EXPE launched a bunch of funky colorful tv ads "Expediaaaaa....ccccooooommmm" and when all was said and done inside of 4 months just when the commercials started, EXPE was sitting pretty at $80.