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has been expensive for a while, according to 24/7 Wall St. Could it be finally
? By the way, I believe Adobe is cheap here. With the iPhone having a YouTube client, and all YouTube videos using Adobe's Flash, I believe you can't go wrong with Adobe at these levels in the long term.
includes trades this morning on
Research in Motion
OK, my vote for the
First, let's look at the facts:
It is the largest exporter of software-related goods and services in the world.
There is no tax on royalties from copyrighted goods.
GDP growth for 2005 was 4.7%.
The country has the second-highest GDP per capita in the world.
It is No. 4 of all countries on the Human Development Index.
Gross national income per head is the seventh highest in the world.
It has the best quality of life in the world according to The Economist.
99.9% literacy rate -- tied for first in the world.
That's right, ladies and gentlemen, check out the "other" green stocks:
Unlucky Seven list
, which is a good thing, believe it or not.
Dealbreaker's "Murdoch Meter" is almost
: it looks as though
Well, its not surprising, but
is now bigger than
In the category of "companies I've never heard of,"
is presented by
Roger Ehrenberg, ex-banker extraordinaire, recharged from vacation,
Investor Trip has the
Paul Kedrosky is obsessively collecting
. Paul, you need a better hobby. By the way, great job talking iPhone on "On the Money" last night.
In case you missed it,
and needs to make some money.
Unusual stocks of the day:
, and stocks with
. These are all potential breakout plays.
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