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Guy Kawasaki has the
30 best countries
in the world to do business in. The U.S. is No. 3, and New Zealand is No. 1.
Professor Bainbridge has a post on why "Charting
and technical analysis
does NOT work
Investor geeks does a summary of Jim Cramer's chapter on "
Stock Market Beat
First Million at 33 gives a list of
. I like his list, but I don't think investing in those will get you your first million by 33 (although perhaps it will let you keep it).
how to read the yield curve
Controlled Greed is a good place to read
Fascinating post of the day: Crossing Wall Street provides a graphical representation of
from MySpace, according to Micro Persusasion.
Ticker Sense looks at the
GigaOm asks "Is
Talking Biz News ranks the
. Congrats to Marek Fuchs at mom-and-pop shop
for making No. 1.
My books have a hard time selling at their ridiculous (my opinion) price, but uber value investor Seth Klarman has
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