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My Name Is Simon

April 29, 2008

No Bubble in Gold


Simon Constable explodes the myth of the commodity bubble and explains how a feeble dollar is the real driver for recent gold price movements.

Cramer On Demand

May 2, 2008

Cramer: Ain't Nothing Like Beat the Street


This game offers priceless market education, says Jim Cramer.

The Slot Tech News

April 29, 2008

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HDtracks: For Those Who Can Hear the Difference


Gary Krakow checks out a brand new music download service called HDtracks that offers only super-high quality music files with no restrictions.

Commodities Watch

April 29, 2008

Ron Paul: Gold Is the Answer


Ron Paul discusses the merits of the gold standard and says there's no real difference between the leading presidential candidates in this interview with's

Nat Worden.

Strategy Session

April 29, 2008

Vanity Fair Leaves Miley Not So Smiley


Teen queen Miley Cyrus is apologizing for her controversial semi-nude photos in

Vanity Fair

, but the question is what this will do to


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-- and Cyrus' squeaky-clean career.

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