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Jim Cramer dove right into our new feature, Stockpickr Answers. Anyone can ask questions, anyone can answer, and you get to rate the answers and find out who the top analysts are on Stockpickr.

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beats on earnings

thanks to


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System Trades of the Day

include a trade triggering today on search king


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Enough is enough already. Can someone (Microsoft?


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?) just

make an offer


BEA Systems

( BEAS) already?

Mark Cuban figures out when

people watch online video


Today is Coffee Day: The three big coffee companies are reporting their earnings Thursday. According to an article in Reuters yesterday, coffee may protect against various types of cancer, so maybe it's time to check out

The Coffee Portfolio

, made up of the seven publicly traded coffee companies out there.

It's unbelievable how much money

the top 20 private-equity firms manage

. Don't forget to multiply by four to get the true amount of dollars these guys control because of potential leverage they can get per deal.

Information Arbitrage talks about what it takes to succeed in a fast-changing economy, but I think his post is really

about success in any kind of economy


Here are the stocks that had

TheStreet Recommends

unusual options activity yesterday


This is



The Peridot Capitalist finds it hard to believe that

the Bancroft family would really refuse

News Corp.'s

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huge offer for

Dow Jones

( DJ).

Notable Calls gives us the

latest thoughts

from Goldman on


( HANS).

What the heck?

Can GOOG buy DJ


It seems like only a few years ago Boo.com spent $200 million and then promptly went out of business. Well, now

it's back


ZDNet does the deep dive on

Time Warner's


numbers and determines that

advertising is alive and kicking

at AOL.

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