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Jim Cramer answered questions yesterday on Crocs ( CROX), Cisco ( CSCO) and many others.


24/7 Wall St. wonders what's going on with ValueClick ( VCLK).


Stockpickr's System Trades of the Day, up more than 24% this year, has trades triggering this morning on Oracle ( ORCL) and ImClone ( IMCL), among others.


This is a very important reason to buy Yahoo! ( YHOO) now, in my opinion.


10Q Detective analyzes online ad/marketing company Traffix ( TRFX).


Mark Cuban describes why he was short iMergent ( IIG).


Check out the top stocks at the box office.


Crossing Wall Street (whom I finally met the other day) has a fascinating diagram on GDP revisions.


Hilary Kramer is thinking of flying with Forward Air ( FWRD).


Information Arbitrage is starting to change his tune on Electronic Arts ( ERTS).


I'm really starting to get intrigued by Bank of America ( BAC), and the Quant Investor agrees.


Sramana Mitra continues her study of the Apple ( AAPL) iPhone component ecosystem by looking at Infineon ( IFX).


TheFlyOnTheWall.com surveys the auto parts manufacturers, and it's interesting how many of them have been successfully diversifying away from the auto business.


I really do think Crocs are ugly shoes, but I'm starting to be convinced.


If we're set up for a snapback rally, then it's worth checking out the unusual stocks of the day: stocks that rose on unusual volume yesterday, and stocks with unusual option activity. These are all potential breakout plays.


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