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Hilary Kramer believes that breakups might lead to make-ups in the case of Tyco ( TYC).


Big Ben believes Costco ( COST) should continue to climb.


Paul Kedrosky shares some interesting weather porn.


Equity Investments Ideas summarizes why cigarette giant Altria ( MO) is a buy.


JoeCit does the deep dive on Whole Foods ( WFMI).


Dot-com is coming back strong: eBay ( EBAY) buys ticket scalper StubHub for $350 million.


Paul Kedrosky finds an interesting bullish indicator with the Jacob Internet Fund.


TickerSense looks at how the market does in earnings seasons and outside earnings season.


TraderFeed, psychologist-trader extraordinaire, tells us the four most overlooked qualities of successful traders.


Winslow Green Growth Fund only invests in environmentally sound holdings and has a five-year average return of 13.56%. Here's its top holdings.


TheFlyOnTheWall.com gives the blow by blow, film by film take on why Lion's Gate ( LGF) might be interesting here.


Stocks and Blogs believes Apple ( AAPL) is even better than originally thought.


Wow, Goldman raises its Google ( GOOG) forecast again.


And check out my article on how to buy bank stocks using tricks Jim Cramer talks about in his book.
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