Editor's note: Welcome to Stockpickr's "Barron's Roundup." Each weekend, James Altucher presents Stockpickr portfolios related to articles in the latest issue of Barron's.
homes in on a few biotech companies that might have troubling lab tests, including
uses technical analysis to predict which stocks are headed up, and which are headed down. According to this article, the charts are bullish on
and others. They're bearish on
Whole Foods Market
: Is it possible to fix an old media company?
finds a southern TV company that might be the old media play of the century.
: This week's top insider purchases. We provide a little more color by detailing who it is that's doing the buying. Some of this week's top picks include
lists a few companies that just increased their dividends.
: Every week,
publishes research reports on various companies. We provide aportfolio of those stocks, along with synopses of the reports. This week'slist includes buys on
: Each week,
picks out the most interesting situations where activist investors are clamoring for change.
:Is it time to invest in U.S. real-estate investment trusts?
thinks so. This article explains why and lists mutual funds playing in this sector that you should check out.
: Is the energy boom just starting?
finds the small- and mid-cap plays that you can ride to the finish line in the next energy boom.
has bullish stories on
: The top holdings of one of the best small-cap growth mutual funds ever.
:Many solid closed-end funds trade at sizable discounts to their net asset value. It's like buying a dollar for 90 cents in each situation. Here are the top closed-end funds trading at sizable discounts.
: Often a stock goes up after it splits. Here's the list of upcoming splits in the next two weeks.
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