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Jeff Matthews Is Not Making This Up makes sense of Dell's ( DELL) lowered guidance. Dau Hui Lau asks if Dell is a value play. Ticker Sense has an interesting stat about Dell that I didn't realize. And finally, MaoXian looks at Wally Weitz's interest in Dell.
The Phoenix Principle takes a favorable look at one of the most boring stocks in the world.
Trader Feed analyzes "salmon days."
According to Microsoft Watch, Microsoft ( MSFT) and Google ( GOOG) might be going head-to-head in the battle for online health care. Meanwhile, The Fly on the Wall liked Microsoft's numbers.
Whenever I have a good idea, it looks something like this in my brain.
13D Tracker looks at the Clinton Group disclosing a 5.8% stake in gambling software stock Optimal Group ( OPMR).
I don't believe any of these statistics.
Former Goldman Sachs IT analyst Michael Parekh discusses Yahoo!'s ( YHOO) advantage over Google on mobile phones.
10Q Detective seems to be really up on his cancer stocks. Here, he takes a look at Cell Therapeutics ( CTIC).
GigaOm with the Microsoft To-Do List. Speaking of GigaOm, why isn't he recommending my latest book?
This site falls under the category of too much time on their hands.
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