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Altucher's Blog Watch: Feb. 27

Freeport-McMoRan makes the emerging Cuba stocks list, and the largest IPOs ever.

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Turns out

Freeport-McMoRan

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is on the

stock plays for an emerging Cuba

list.

And Cramer discusses

FCX on Stockpickr Answers

.

Have the homebuilders

Beazer Homes

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,

Hovnanian

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, etc.,

finally bottomed

?

Check out Stockpickr's

System Trades of the Day

.

Apple

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is now the

No. 2 digital media store

.

Cody Willard explains

why he is bullish on Google (GOOG) - Get Alphabet Inc. Class C Report

.

Read about the first

eBay

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millionaire who made it

TheStreet Recommends

entirely from vinyl records

.

If the economy is so bad,

why are

Automatic Data Processing

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and

Paychex

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doing so well?

Paul Kedrosky lists the

largest IPOs ever

.

Did

IBM

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just

secretly guide down

?

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