<I>RealMoney</I> Picks a Portfolio - TheStreet

<I>RealMoney</I> Picks a Portfolio

Soon we'll reveal your favorite columnists' top choices. Plus, Jim Cramer will review the Dow.
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We're working on some special

RealMoney

features that I don't want you to miss.

I've asked our top commentators -- Jim Cramer, Gary B. Smith, Cody Willard, Jim Seymour and Chris Edmonds, just to name a few -- to pick two of their favorite stocks for 2002. We plan to cover most of the sections of the market -- with Glenn Curtis on the value stocks and Willard on telecom -- to develop a well-rounded portfolio for 2002. Once everyone's picks are in, we'll compile the list and provide commentary from our experts on why they made their selections.

We hope to have this Super Portfolio for you next week. I'll keep you posted as this project develops.

We'll have another treat for you next week. Jim Cramer, our ace commentator, will give his market forecast for each of the Dow 30 stocks. Jim's market commentary has been spot-on. He

warned readers about

Halliburton

(HAL) - Get Report

last month, just days before the stock plunged because of its asbestos exposure, so you will want to spend some time with his predictions for 2002.

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Dave

David Morrow is editor-in-chief of TheStreet.com. In keeping with TSC's editorial policy, he doesn't own or short individual stocks, though he owns stock in TheStreet.com. He also doesn't invest in hedge funds or other private investment partnerships. He welcomes your feedback and invites you to send it to

David Morrow.