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Crossing Wall Street looks at the Nasdaq-to-Dow ratio.
I've helped several people sell their businesses over the past 10 years. In almost 100% of the cases, owners (including myself) have an inflated view of the value of their business. Sometimes they get that value and sometimes they don't. Mercer On Value takes a look at this phenomenon and how to rein in expectations.
Microcap Speculator shares an interesting VOIP idea.
The Retail Stock Blog gives the bull case on Tyson Foods ( TSN).
We all know earnings season could be volatile. But Ticker Sense thinks the worst for this quarter might be over.
MoneyScience discusses hedge fund returns year-to-date and breaks it down by strategy. It's interesting to me that the dedicated short bias index was up 5% in June despite the S&P 500, technically, being positive on the month.
What's more important, the technology or the business model?
Please, make this happen.
Valueblogger discusses the recent volatility in James River Coal ( JRCC).
Frederick the Great might've had the right idea.
Footnoted.org asks: why not use your own company to sell your house.
Maybe Cody and Barry can argue whether or not this is legal.
Where were you when?
I can't figure out how they do this.
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