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Daily Market Shows
Throughout the week, TheStreet.com TV serves up the latest investment perspectives and ideas via daily stock market shows, such as Wall Street Confidential with Jim Cramer, the Real Story Wrap with Frank Curzio, Big Board Breakdown, Top 10 Most Searched Stocks, Dan Fitzpatrick's 3 Stocks I Saw on TV, Marek Fuch's Press Maven and Gregg Greenberg's interviews with the biggest names in the fund industry.
The following is a snapshot of several recent video highlights.
Cramer: Stock Buys That Defy Fundamentals
While some banks, such as
, haven't made a turnaround, their stocks are ripe to buy, says Jim Cramer.
The Real Story Wrap: May 15
Stocks in New York stayed strong through the finish Thursday as a decline in oil and a rally in technology helped investors look past a series of otherwise disappointing economic data.
CBS Looking for Clicks in All the Wrong Places
The Talented Blonde, Kristin Bentz, and Simon Constable break down the latest news on
, Carl Icahn's latest antics in the ongoing
proxy fight, and some positive retail news from
3 Stocks I Saw on TV
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on RealMoney.com. Today's stocks include
Nordic American Tanker Shipping
El Paso Energy
They Just Don't Get Macy's!
Marek Fuchs turns ruddy with rage that the media is obsessing over
earnings beat but ignoring the company's challenges.
TSC's Top 10 Most Searched Stocks
Alix Steel details the most popular searched stocks on TheStreet.com, including
Will Mr. Soros Go To Washington?
Billionaire hedge fund manager and prominent Democrat George Soros denies having political ambitions, and explains why a McCain victory would bring back the dark days of Herbert Hoover.
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays:
with Patrick Schultz.
Tuesdays and Thursdays:
My Name is Simon
with Simon Constable,
Random Acts of Fashion
with Kristin Bentz and
The Krakow Experience
with Gary Krakow.
with Daniel Dicker and
with James Altucher.
Throughout the week, TheStreet.com TV also covers breaking news as it happens. And over the weekend, you can catch up on the most popular videos of the week.
Plus, you can subscribe to TheStreet.com TV's podcasts on iTunes. Just search for "thestreet.com."
This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.