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Sramana Mitra continues her
. Today's is T-Mobile.
This volatility is a short-term trader's dream come true. Stockpickr's
have been finding the gems in this volatile market for short-term trades.
How's tech spending doing? Stock Market Beat
surveys the conference calls
and others to determine what's going on.
What the heck is up
Howard Lindzon lists the
in this market.
Analytical Wealth wants to know whether
the banking rally has been jumping the fun
Jeff Matthews has a nice
contrary look at Miss Teen South Carolina
Uber-marketer and entrepreneur Seth Godin
when trying to come up with business ideas.
Blogvesting wonders whether
. By the way, how great is that for the name of a company? I wish I had named Stockpickr something like that.
Well, is the dust clearing or not? Here are the latest Moody ratings on
all of the U.S. investment banks
, Goldman Sachs, etc.
Unusual stocks of the day:
, and stocks with
. These are all potential breakout plays.
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