Check Out <I>TheStreet's</I> Open House This Weekend

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Starting on Friday at noon and running the entire weekend, TheStreet ( TST) is opening up the doors and giving readers a free all-access pass to its paid publications.

Readers can sign up for a pass that to see what Jim Cramer, Doug Kass, Stephanie Link and the rest of TheStreet's Wall Street pros have to say regarding stock picks. Included in the deal is access to the following:

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Real Money: Jim Cramer created his own virtual trading floor and debates the market issues of the day with money managers that have real money at stake. Real Money gives readers access to his daily blog and lets them join the conversation themselves. You can find out why Berkshire Hathaway's ( BRK.A) Warren Buffett picked Doug Kass as his "credentialed bear," and find out how Kass called the top in Apple in Sept. 2012, Real Money Pro lets readers to do just that.

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Click here to enter the Open House. Doors close at midnight on Sunday, so don't delay.
This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.

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