With the market at new highs, can we find snapback plays in the 52-week-low list? Check them out Stockpickr style.

And on the flip side, with the market at big highs, is the 52-week-high list

set for more breakouts


It's no surprise, but


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continues to dominate the ad market


24/7 Wall St

has some details

on a proposed




Spain was once the richest country in the world. It's time to start looking

at the Spanish stocks that are public in the U.S.

This blog post explains who, what and why.

Well, it's time to go home folks:

The minicorrection we had is officially over


Just in case you wanted to bid on taxes.com,

here it is


I'm convinced the new

Berkshire Hathaway

( BRKA) is insurance company


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Here are the latest stocks it is buying


Don't do insider trading,

especially for only $9,000


Freakonomics wants to know what is

the most important psychological experiment that's never been conducted

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The Talented Blonde does what she does best:

She visits the mall and picks stocks



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spread like a disease

through the U.S.

The Google price estimate

keeps going up

. When will it end?

The Peridot Capitalist discusses what Ackman's 3.5% stake in

Sears Holdings


really means


And if you missed it,

check out the Chinese Rocket Stocks

from this week.

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Trade Like a Hedge Fund


Trade Like Warren Buffett



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