TheStreet.com TV delivered a little taste of everything this week, from value-stock picks, to the new BlackBerry Storm, to the hottest toy trends for the holidays.

Take a look at the editors' choices of the videos of the week, and let us know what you think by

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Strategy Session

Oct. 9, 2008

Value Stocks on the Retail Rack

:

TheStreet.com

Research Manager David Peltier, author of

Value Investor

newsletter, finds value opportunities in retail stocks. His take: Discount stores aren't always better. Alix Steel interviews him.

The Slot Tech News

Oct. 8, 2008

BlackBerry Storm: First Look

:

Senior Technology Correspondent Gary Krakow gets a look at the first BlackBerry touchscreen smartphone -- called the Storm -- coming from

Verizon

(VZ) - Get Report

. It's loaded with features, works all over the world and offers a new level of responsiveness.

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Strategy Session

Oct. 8, 2008

The Trader's Handbook

:

RealMoney.com

contributor Dan Dicker tells

TheStreet.com's

Debra Borchardt the three things traders need to keep in mind in a volatile market.

Personal Finance

Oct. 7, 2008

How to Pick the Best Bank

:

You're So Money

author Farnoosh Torabi tells you three things you must know before you switch banks.

Fund Watch

Oct. 6, 2008

Russian Stocks Cheap ... But Scary

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John Connor, portfolio manager for the

Third Millennium Russia Fund

(TMRFX)

, says the collapse of Russian stocks is making solid companies like

Lukoil

cheaper than ever, but he warns investors of political risks. Gregg Greenberg interviews him.

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Trend Watch

Oct. 8, 2008

Top Toys and Trends for Holiday 2008

:

TheStreet.com

team ransacks the Toy Wishes Holiday Preview show to find out how much consumers are spending and what they're buying their kids for the holidays.

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