Friday's Top 10 Articles, Videos on TheStreet

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Consumer Staples Stocks to Buy
Stephanie Link
Stephanie Link, director of research for TheStreet, is underweight consumer staples, but has found a few stocks in the sector worth buying. (Stocks include PG, UL)

The 5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street This Week: Feb. 24
Gregg Greenberg
Wynn's Wacky War; J&J's Total Recall; Odyssey's Titanic Screwing; Randy's Tough Times; Can't Stand The Weatherford.

Dow Crests 13,000 on Consumer Outlook, Home Sales
Andrea Tse
The Dow is holding above 13,000 for the second time this week on further signs that the economy is rebounding.

15 Best Stocks at Top-Performing Mutual Funds (Update1)
Frank Byrt
The shares' returns range from 15% to 105%.

3 Things That Could Move Financial Stocks Today
Shanthi Bharatwaj
Economic data as well as developments at Bank of America and Citigroup could drive action in stocks on Friday.

Analysts' Actions: CRM, TGT, DECK
TheStreet Staff
Here are today's top research calls.

5 Products You Shouldn't Buy Online
Matt Brownell of
Most products are now cheaper to buy online, but traditional retailers still have the advantage for a few products.

4 Ex-Dividend Stocks With Buy Ratings
Alexandra Zendrian
These stocks, which go ex-dividend Monday, are rated buy at TheStreet Ratings.

3 'Bad' Energy Companies That Make for Good Trades
Eric Rosenbaum
Chesapeake Energy, Transocean and Weatherford International all have made missteps that make for trading opportunities.

More Say for Apple Shareholders
Chao Deng
Apple directors must get majority backing from shareholders; Salesforce and Gap report after hours.
This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.

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