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Should you have invested in
include trades this morning on Level 3 and
, among others.
Here's the complete list of
may be reasonably priced here, but
And could it be
? The article is interesting, but I've been hearing people say that since mid-2003 (there was a famous
cover story to short AMZN and EBAY) and it hasn't worked.
Unusual stocks of the day:
, and stocks with
. These are all potential breakout plays.
Let's not forget about Scotland, birthplace of Adam Smith, the father of modern economics. Here are the
Well, I knew I could buy a lot of stuff at
This is Morgan Stanley's
This is a nice comparison by ThinkEquity between
, which just underlines that you cannot compare average P/E ratios with historical. Things change.
The Stockmasters declare:
must go higher
StockMarket Beat gives its
usual erudite analysis
Ok, are you ready?
Valueplays notes that there is
The Fly On The Wall
gives the lowdown
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