Updated from 8:59 a.m. EDTParis Hilton is still active, promoting her upcoming reality television series, launching a new hair-extensions line, reportedly working on another music album, and appearing inside and on the covers of numerous magazines. Many of the companies that she is connected to, such as Parlux ( PARL and Sony ( SNE, are publicly traded, so Stockpickr.com has compiled them into a portfolio that Paris Hilton would love -- or, as she might say, stocks she would think are "hot." To read more and find out which stocks are connected to Paris Hilton, please click here.
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