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Powershares Buyback Achievers
exchange-traded fund to find the best companies buying back their stock in the open market.
Stockerblog believes the
and provides a summary for each one.
The Peridot Capitalist tells us
why he doesn't think
IPO is a top in hedge funds.
BamBam finds the
Super VC Guy Kawasaki gives some tips on how to determine if your
boss is an fill in the blank
Value Investing World believes
is kryptonite for efficient market theorists
24/7 Wall Street
gives a breakup value
that's much higher than its current value.
Crossing Wall Street points out an interesting new
HipMojo breaks down
Seeking Alpha gives a summary of
Stocks and Blogs believes
is worth a strong look here
that are dominated by only two companies.
And check back Sunday on
for a new regular feature: the weekly
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