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include responses to questions on
24/7 Wall St. believes
"less bad" than before
A lot of trades are triggering on our
This is really odd. A random blog out there suggests that maybe it's not $60 that
would accept from
, but $65. Hmmm. More interesting is that
Average Joe believes that
High yield combined with only medium payout ratio (meaning it's possible the dividend could get increased): Dividend Money does a search for
, and finds 12 stocks.
Unusual stocks of the day:
, suggesting a possible breakout, and stocks with
Yaser Anwar finds some
trading at good discounts.
Ant and Sons believes
suffering from a case of irrational exuberance
Here's everything you've ever wanted to know about
(stats, timeline, etc.). I'm predicting right now that NWS pays $4 billion for Facebook. The deal would be accretive within a year. I bet a Facebook/MySpace matchup would pull down $300 million in earnings within a year or so.
Normally The Peridot Capitalist is one of my favorite blogs. But is he serious with
the seven-year double top
he sees forming in the market right now?
makes a chip that's implantable into humans.
Bespoke finds the small-caps
Hedge funds just can't get a break. Will this be the
they underperform the
? I almost feel sorry for the average hedge fund manager.
Is it time to hop on rail-car maker
Even though yesterday was such a bad day in the markets, here are
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