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and many more.
What are the ramifications for EMC and others of
a high price on the VMware IPO
This is like the a mega version of the
. Last time we had this many trades, the market had its best three-day run in five years. This is
the time to be system-trading. Today's trades include
, and more.
now massively in the penalty box, Bespoke takes a look at
I love the market right here. I loved it at 14,000 and I think it's better now. So I'm going to link to BloggingStocks checking out
two superstar stocks
-- Apple and
Here's a question:
what happens to your mortgage if your lender goes bankrupt
? Can you stop paying?
contributor Eddy Elfenbein also has the excellent blog Crossing Wall Street, which sometimes
cracks me up
Hilary, Hilary, Hilary -- always getting to the bottom of things.
after it recalled 1.5 million toys with lead in the paint.
The "I'm Jealous" blog post of the day:
The Microcap Speculator talks about the relationship between
Uhh, did this just become
Sramana Mitra continues her articles on
Apple iPhone's competitors
with a look at
Unusual stocks of the day:
, and stocks with
. These are all potentialbreakout plays.
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