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Chartist of the stars Dan Fitzpatrick
Solar stocks, particularly
, are going wild.
I love it when
is one of the
Eric Savitz looks at what
mention of the day: The Biohealth Investor notes that Dendreon better look out now that some random Swiss biotech firm
got a cancer vaccine approved
I try and I try and I try, but I just cannot keep pace with Jim Cramer in
. In the above link, Jim answers questions about
, and a billion other stocks.
Crossing Wall Street
why he likes
Johnson & Johnson
, and I couldn't agree more.
Five years and $575 million in investor losses later, the feds, led by World Security Bureau spy Robert Scorpio,
First Dividend Money visited
, and now
Fat Pitch Financials -- I wish you would blog more.
Information Arbitrage continues its series on
the keys to success on Wall Street
. I have to say, though, that these keys apply to any business or endeavor you attempt.
Pursuing Alpha likes
What!? This guy at Seeking Alpha
The Threat to All of Google's Revenue." Except he makes some good points, so more power to him.
JoeCit has been debating going pro on the hot-dog-eating circuit and, in doing so,
Unusual stocks of the day:
, and stocks with
. These are all potential breakout plays.
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