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Excellent post

by Equity Investment Ideas on five small-cap hurricane plays.

The Web audience is fickle. MicroPersuasion goes through the

genealogies of the winners and losers


24/7 Wall St. lists

possible software buyout targets


Donaldson Investing

explains the behavior

of the Dow Jones dividend index, T-bill yields, gold, etc., in one nice post.

Don't look twice. Well, then again,

maybe you should


Put super investor John Templeton firmly

in the permabull


Commodity Trader

drinks his milk


I didn't even know there was

a CUBA closed-end fund


I recently dissuaded a friend of mine from devoting his life to online poker and

this post by Techdirt

further takes apart the myth.

I believe I

want one



. And GigaOm looks at

yesterday's jealous post of the day


With gas going wild,

Altenergy Stocks

looks at a clean, green gas stock --

Intrepid Technology and Resources



It's amazing what

video editing and a desire to be a popular online clip

can do for creativity.

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