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Strategy Session

Sept. 18, 2008

Don't Panic -- Look for Buys


Frank Curzio, host of

The Real Story podcast

, says that until the housing market bottoms, don't bet on banks. Find other stocks to make some money, he says in this interview with Alix Steel.

Fund Watch

Sept. 18, 2008

How to Make Money Off Bank Buyouts


John Lekas, portfolio manager of the Leader Short-Term Bond Fund, explains why owning bonds of super-regional banks like

National City



Fifth Third


can generate money. Gregg Greenberg interviews him.

The Slot Tech News

Sept. 18, 2008

Zune vs. iPod


Senior Technology Correspondent Gary Krakow says



new Zune models have a lot of pluses but wonders who'll choose them over the




Market Watch

Sept. 18, 2008

Dylan Ratigan: Financial Greed Got Us Here


We catch up with anchor and co-creator of


"Fast Money," Dylan Ratigan, to get his take on the financial landscape, greed and the future of the markets.

On the Street

Sept. 18, 2008

The Markets Get a Psychic Reading


Alix Steel asks psychic Monte Farber tough questions about tough topics: oil, banks and the race for the White House.

China Watch

Sept. 17, 2008

How Bad Is It There?


With all eyes on



Merrill Lynch


and the financials, Asia stocks are getting socked along with those in the U.S. financial sector. David Peltier weighs in on the safety of investing in China now.

On the Street

Sept. 17, 2008

Mad at Dick Fuld? Tell It to His Face


Artist Geoffrey Raymond brings

The Annotated Fuld

to Lehman Brothers to let workers and passersby express their feelings about Lehman's CEO.

The Slot Tech News

Sept. 16, 2008

Details of BlackBerry Storm Leaked


Senior Tech Correspondent Gary Krakow reports on a set of leaked



notes that's circulating on the Web.

Personal Finance

Sept. 16, 2008

Is Your Money Safe With WaMu?


You're So Money

author Farnoosh Torabi says your money is insured up to $100,000, so technically there is minimal risk in keeping your money at

Washington Mutual


. But shop around for the safest bank or credit union, Torabi advises.

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