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now cutting, here are
feeling some pain
because of this deal between
And what does this deal mean
includes trades on
With the Dems gearing up, it's time to take a look at
, including Adam Feuerstein's
Don't forget about
A few months ago, I wrote an article called "
Seven Reasons to Be Bullish Now," and
this guy disagreed with me
. Maybe he's right on all his points, but the market is now at all-time highs again.
Check out AdAge's
If this is true,
for making the move out of
The Huffington Post
. I'm a fan, and she's going to do great.
I come up with an idea for
the best TV channel ever
, and I relate it to
I have to say,
here is some decent research about Jim Cramer's picks
. They still don't test what
, which I believe is more accurate, but it's interesting nonetheless.
, RIP. That said,
in the last issue is well worth the read.
Unusual stocks of the day:
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. These are all potential breakout plays.
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