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Tonight, I'm going on
again to pick six stocks in 60 seconds. The segment is called "On the Money in a Minute" and will appear between 7 and 8 p.m. Although the segment itself takes 60 seconds, the picks are based on my own research plus conversations with probably dozens of hedge fund managers during the week about what they are looking at for next week. Here's this week's
. Copies of all three of my books to the first five who figure out all the clues.
. Today he answered questions about
Online video is only going to grow from here, and
includes trades on
24/7 Wall St. wonders
what it will take
Let's say there's a war with Iran.
What stocks have the best chance of going up
Here are some top analysts'
for the rest of the year.
, and I
can't wait for this next movie
Unusual stocks of the day:
, and stocks with
. These are all potential breakout plays.
Blogging Stocks checks out
Warren Buffett's portfolio
Donaldson Capital has a
Howard Lindzon has
, featured on Wallstrip.
Until I read
this post by Guy Kawasaki
, I did not realize that "ego" was an item on a company's cash flow statement.
Every entrepreneur needs to read Paul Graham. In his
, he explains why it doesn't matter what college you go to. I would go one step further and state that I'd prefer it if people just didn't go to college.
iPhone price cut yesterday.
the 52-week low list and why?
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The Financial Times
and the author of
Trade Like a Hedge Fund
Trade Like Warren Buffett
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