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Dan Fitzpatrick, chartist extraordinaire,
. Incidentally, if you have any charts in particular you want to ask Dan about,
this time next year
( NTBK) even exist?
Check out Stockpickr's
on investors yesterday.
With all the mergers going on, it stands to reason that merger arbitrage is picking up. Here are the
Information Arbitrage ponders the age-old question faced by cash-rich companies with no capex needs:
? What should they do?
Big Ben has the blog post I wish I had written:
Research in Motion
, and I bet after that blog post, the feeling is mutual. Honestly, I really hope that when I have a billion (after massive hyperinflation of course) that I don't hate anybody. What's the point?
Unusual stocks of the day:
, suggesting a possible breakout. And stocks with
With one little statistic about the Shanghai market,
Crossing Wall Street makes me feel fear
. Damn you, Crossing Wall Street!
, including questions on
; which analysts to pay attention to; and others.
GigaOm wonders whether
Uber-analyst Hilary Kramer probably didn't read my article on this topic, but she also believes
. Disclosure: Today, my weekly column appears in PSO-owned
The Financial Times
I'll give you
will buy back more shares. Well, actually, Eric Savitz at
will give you those reasons.
Ok, Big Ben above wrote a post I wanted to write, but so did StocksandBlogs.com with this excellent post on the
. Great post.
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