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Two mutual funds have been started for the blue states, which might be worth looking at if the Dems win back the House today: the
Analyst extraordinaire Hilary Kramer
Information Arbitrage tries to find stock plays via
: patents, spinoffs and activism.
TradingMarkets' Playboy 2006 stockpicking contest has been destroying the market. First place contestant Courtney Culkin (Miss April 2005) is up 41% YTD. Here are the
for the top three contestants.
Ticker Sense takes a final look at the
at TradeSports and the Iowa Futures Market.
Street Insider points out some
Special Situations spots an interesting situation
Seeking Alpha takes a look at just how badly
Paid Content points out that gaming is
One Guy's Investments breaks down the call on
American Science and Engineering, Inc.
Fat Pitch Financials believes
here. For other stocks that FPF thinks are fat pitches,
Part of what has made
( BRKA) such a great investment is
Borat vs. reality
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