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Dan Fitzpatrick looks at
Green Mountain Coffee
Even if you've given up on
is among Stockpickr's
down so much since the selloff began,
Stockerblog looks at
. You have to ignore "CAT," for obvious reasons, but the rest are interesting.
all have new stock holdings. Click the above links to see changes in their portfolios.
With all the turmoil on hedge funds,
about the industry.
High School Musical
is a new
Mickey Mouse Club
. My opinion, having seen both, is that
High School Musical I
is 100 times better than
High School Musical II
of last week's
Creative idea of the day from 24/7 Wall St: should
New York Times
spin off its digital holdings into an IPO
FWallStreet (uhh, not really sure what that name refers to)
gives us, for free, its full analysis
of the iPod.
Unusual stocks of the day:
, and stocks with
. These are all potential breakout plays.
And, if you missed the
, there were stories on
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