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Bank of America
, and the Nintendo Wii.
Eric Savitz at
Online is upset that his articles on
features trades today on
( TKLC) and
24/7 Wall St. debates whether
( NAPS) can
turn a profit
Please, PLEASE! Is
put out a 3G iPhone
contributor Jeff Miller is a must-read. His insightful comments on the economy and stocks are a breath of fresh air. Fortunately, every now and then
. If you're bullish, read him to see why you're in good company.
Eric Savitz at
Online believes that
. I actually think they've had a good one with recent acquisitions over the past two years, but we'll see how the integrations are all going.
In times of great concerns on credit, here are
Warren Buffett holding
Notable Calls wonders whether
Forget the rising rupee
is now a buy.
After all it's been through, maybe it's time to give
the flip side of entrepreneurship
Unusual stocks of the day:
, and stocks with
. These are all potential breakout plays.
By the way, at 7 p.m. Friday evening at the Omni Hotel in Boston, there's a Boston Stockpickr Meetup. As usual, drinks (or coffee) on me! More details will appear at some point today on
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