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Monty¿s Bluff draws attention to
. And Micropersuasion has
Quant Investor takes
at PVC pipe maker (and Pirate activist play)
I love the way Dealbreaker
scours the craigslist personals
for mentions of bankers or hedge funds.
I have never thought of
CXO Advisory looks at how
August stacked up vs. previous Augusts
and what, statistically, might be ahead for September.
Blogging Stocks asks whether Howard Stern
Activist fund Pershing Square is
All of the
, courtesy of Ticker Sense.
One Guy's Investments
takes a closer look at
Charlie Munger¿s favorite stock,
on the idea that
might merge. Just to add to this, people have been speculating about this merger since 1994, when Apple stock was caving in and looked like a bankruptcy under Amelio. It didn't happen then, and I believe Jeff that it won't happen now. Thank God.
by The Peridot Capitalist of all the negatives baked into the
story and why those negatives might not be as bad as people are thinking.
Fantastic post on
when I get lucky on an otherwise bad trading day.
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