TheStreet.com TV delivered a little taste of everything this week, from the hottest products from the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to the dividends that could take a hit in 2009.

Take a look at the editors' choices of the videos of the week, and let us know what you think by emailing us.

Consumer in the Crosshairs, but Smith & Wesson Still Smoking
Jan. 15, 2009
Kristin Bentz, The Talented Blonde, takes you behind the brand with Smith & Wesson ( SWHC) CEO Mike Golden to explain the recent spike in firearms sales.

Bank Dividends in Trouble
Jan. 14, 2009
With Obama taking the side of homeowners and not big banks, dividends could be a thing of the past. David Peltier, portfolio manager of the Dividend Stock Advisor, says to rely on consumer staples.

Health Care Shocker Stock
Jan. 15, 2009
Stephanie Link, director of research for Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS, says Abbott Labs ( ABT) made a risky acquisition but they like it and are buying

CES: Electricity in a Box
Jan. 15, 2009
TheStreet.com's Gary Krakow learns about fuel cells -- and how a new, inexpensive product could be the "green" energy source of the future.

CES: Solar Prices Burning Hot
Jan. 15, 2009
The big green trend coming out of CES is solar technology, but get ready to pay for it.

Action Alerts PLUS

CES '09: The Ford Sync
Jan. 13, 2009
Ford ( F) President Mark Fields gives the inside story on the 2009 version of the automaker's voice command system.

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