TheStreet.com TV delivered a little taste of everything this week, from retailers to dividend and global stock plays.

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China Watch: Hedging for a Global Recession

Dec. 5, 2008

Ed Mullen, CEO of Emperor Investment Management, the first hedge fund in mainland China, discusses to what extent China's economy will be impacted by a global recession and predicts what the hot sectors in China will be in 2009. Brittany Umar interviews him.

Retailers Race to Zero to Win

Dec. 4, 2008

Deep discounts may be the necessary evil to win at retail this holiday season, according to

TheStreet.com's

Kristin Bentz.

RIM: A Winner in the Long Run

Dec. 4, 2008

TheStreet.com's

James Rogers and Gary Krakow agree that despite lowered forecasts,

Research In Motion

(RIMM)

, along with its line of BlackBerry smartphones, is still a winner.

Procter & Gamble Screams D-Fence

Dec. 4, 2008

Stephanie Link, director of research for Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio, has increased the portfolio's position in

Procter & Gable

(PG) - Get Report

because of its defensive nature in this recession. She discusses the thesis in this interview with Debra Borchardt.

In Russia, Bargains Find You

Dec. 3, 2008

Pascal Curtet, portfolio manager of the Eastern European Equity Fund, says Russian stocks, especially oil giant

Lukoil

(LUKOY)

and

Wimm-Bill-Dann Foods

(WBD)

, are too cheap to ignore. Another bargain, he says: Turkish banks. Gregg Greenberg interviews him.

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In Dividends We Trust?

Dec. 2, 2008

David Peltier, manager of the

Dividend Stock Adviser

portfolio, looks at

GE's

(GE) - Get Report

and

Dow Chemical's

(DOW) - Get Report

declarations of stable dividends. Can they be trusted?

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.