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Ticker Sense with the

most overbought ETFs.

Special Situation notes that

Pep Boys

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no longer for sale.

Seeking Alpha points out

recent insiderbuying on




Psychologist-trader Brett Steenbarger, in his blog TraderFeed, talks about whattrading

teaches us about life




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past its prime


Metcalfe's Law is the idea that a network (or web community) goes upin value exponentially as the number of users grows. This "law" hasbeen under attack lately, so here Bob Metcalfe

defends it.


RR Donnelley

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for sale


24/7 Wall Street tells us -- and backs it up -- that


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is fine.

The ultimate in

me-too businesses


Seth Godin, courtesy of Alexaholic, keeps track of the

top Webcompanies. Note that I do not think Alexaholic is an accurate viewof website traffic, but more likely an accurate view of popularwebsites among early adopters who live in San Francisco.

Paul Kedrosky takes a look at the latest state-of-the-art in the

domain name industry.

Tech Crunch describes the

latest social network, PopSugar.


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being down means it's

closer to a buy.

And speaking of GameStop, remember


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