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On Friday night I went on
to discuss which stocks I think are interesting for their contest. Here is the
I prepared for the show. If you had watched that show and got those stocks for the contest, the trade would go effective as of the close yesterday so that's where I begin the tracking for this portfolio.
Barry, Barry, Barry --
include trades triggering today on
Clear AM Ideas has some interesting stats
and details its philosophy on buybacks.
Warren Buffett really has the best life
. And I want that T-shirt he's wearing.
Some stocks I've never heard of are on the
The Peridot Capitalist believes
being patient will pay off
for investors in biotech giant
YieldLust believes that deep-value play
Central Garden & Pet
-- a company I have never heard of before --
. Incidentally: YieldLust, I love the name but I can't read the grayish-white text on the black background. PLEASE CHANGE so I can link to you more.
FlyOnTheWall.com is taking a deeper look at
tiny tech company
Seeking Alpha has the lowdown on
Really nice discussion by Gannon on Investing about
Warren Buffett's 1974 investment
The Washington Post
Notable Calls summarizes
, including dot-com breakout
Zacks.com finds three stocks it thinks will
At the time of publication, Altucher and/or his fund had no positions in any of the stocks mentioned, although positions may change at any time.
James Altucher is a managing partner at Formula Capital, an alternative asset management firm that runs several quantitative-based hedge funds as well as a fund of hedge funds. He is also the author of
Trade Like a Hedge Fund
Trade Like Warren Buffett
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