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Check out Cramer's
, including Jim's answer on "Why is
trading at 9x earnings?" Jim just passed me on number of questions answered, so I have to catch up.
24/7 Wall St. explains why
include trades triggering this morning on
The Average Joe Investor feels obligated to comment on
Cheap Stocks has some fun commentary on the
the merger between
( WFMI) and
Here's Dan Fitzpatrick's latest
just issued the famous "Triple Sell" signal, and Crossing Wall Street discusses
the last five times they issued this
. Note: I place no faith in these numbers, but they're interesting.
Unusual stocks of the day:
, suggesting a possible breakout, and stocks with
, suggesting that you and I are getting screwed by someone who knows something .
Dividends Matter does an
of Buffett favorite
Johnson & Johnson
Hilary Kramer -- "the other Hilary" -- notes that teens are driving
Abercrombie & Fitch
Notable Calls gives
on Icahn favorite
TheFlyOnTheWall.com believes that
the tide may be turning
Stocksandblogs.com gives the
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