Friday's Daily BlogWatch - TheStreet

Friday's Daily BlogWatch

Carlo Slim's portfolio, and bargain South Korean stocks.
Publish date:

The bargain

South Korea stocks

that trade here.

WS Lounge is finding

value in the financials


Bank of America

(BAC) - Get Report



(C) - Get Report


Stockpickr's System Trades of the Day

including trades triggering this morning on NVTL

Nice post by Dr. Brett on

how to join a prop trading firm



most overvalued stock


In case you missed it:

Trade Like Al Gore



Radio Shack


suffer because of the iPhone?


Home Depot

(HD) - Get Report

is in line as

dividend stock of the week


Great post by young David Merkel on

his list of reasons for optimism


Jonathan Berr of BloggingStocks

thinks Google is cheap but he likes Apple better


Is it true?

Carlos Slim is the richest in the world?

If so,

here is Carlos Slim's current portfolio

Hilary Kramer is going all organic on us as she

writes about Hain Celestial Group (HAIN) - Get Report

In honor of this past July 4,

the inelegant investor elegantly constructs an independence portfolio


Unusual stocks of the day:

Stocks that rose on unusual volume yesterday

And stocks with

unusual option activity

. These are all potential breakout plays.

I've linked to this before but

this is still my favorite

YouTube video.

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The Financial Times

and the author of

Trade Like a Hedge Fund


Trade Like Warren Buffett



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