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24/7 Wall St. wonders what's going on with ValueClick (VCLK).
Stockpickr's System Trades of the Day, up more than 24% this year, has trades triggering this morning on Oracle (ORCL) and ImClone (IMCL), among others.
This is a very important reason to buy Yahoo! (YHOO - Get Report) now, in my opinion.
10Q Detective analyzes online ad/marketing company Traffix (TRFX).
Mark Cuban describes why he was short iMergent (IIG).
Check out the top stocks at the box office.
Crossing Wall Street (whom I finally met the other day) has a fascinating diagram on GDP revisions.
Hilary Kramer is thinking of flying with Forward Air (FWRD - Get Report).
Information Arbitrage is starting to change his tune on Electronic Arts (ERTS).
I'm really starting to get intrigued by Bank of America (BAC - Get Report), and the Quant Investor agrees.
Sramana Mitra continues her study of the Apple (AAPL - Get Report) iPhone component ecosystem by looking at Infineon (IFX).
TheFlyOnTheWall.com surveys the auto parts manufacturers, and it's interesting how many of them have been successfully diversifying away from the auto business.
I really do think Crocs are ugly shoes, but I'm starting to be convinced.
If we're set up for a snapback rally, then it's worth checking out the unusual stocks of the day: stocks that rose on unusual volume yesterday, and stocks with unusual option activity. These are all potential breakout plays.