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What's disturbing is that within hours of visiting me and my wife, Stephen Dubner at Freakonomics wrote
The New Yorker
is in the
Activist Track game
Diamonds could be
: a look at
CXO Advisory examines Dow Theory guru
Blogging Stocks looks at
Every pundit has its favorite moving average. Investor Geeks looks at the
most popular moving averages
in the blogosphere.
I've written bullishly on
( MEE) in the past. Investment Ideas by Yaser Anwar has
a different take
Stephen Colbert made live changes to Wikipedia on his show and
on the site.
I have a bet going that YouTube will get bought for over $1 billion. So
is encouraging to me.
Can you guys
? I'm dying for content. I'll pay the extra dollar if you can get it done before my trip to China.
has happened to all of us.
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