Weekend Blog Watch

Checking out Israeli stocks, and strumming Guitar Center.
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Last week, the Nasdaq unveiled the Nasdaq Israel Index, keeping track of the 56 publicly traded Israeli companies. We bring you the 12 on the list that are possible takeover targets, filtered by cash flows over enterprise value.

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Guitar Center

(GTRC)

is

growth at a reasonable price.

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.

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that make

Apple

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a buy.

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Duke

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is worth more than the

sum of its parts

.

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