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On Stockpickr,

Jim Cramer answers

questions on

Countrywide Financial

( CFC) and more.

Crossing Wall Street believes

enough is enough

when it comes to

Bed Bath & Beyond

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In an environment like this, it pays to stick to the system and take the emotion out of it. Stockpickr's

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and a lot more.

Howard Lindzon is panicking -- too many of his relatives, including his mom,

want to be his friend on Facebook


Can Google take over


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gets a lift from Facebook


Here's a screen and analysis of

possible takeover targets


Sramana Mitra gives a

great analysis

TheStreet Recommends

of what's going on with


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Applied Materials

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put in a bottom?

This is a

nice screen for targets


Berkshire Hathaway

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might go for.

It's very important to compare the price indices

of stock prices vs. steak prices


Everyone hates

Jones Soda


now. So

maybe it's the right time to buy


Lindsay chats with

hedge fund superstar Andy Kessler


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Trade Like Warren Buffett



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