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:

Action Alerts Plus: Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link's $2.5 million+ charitable trust portfolio, which beat the S&P 500 in 2012. Find out what they are trading now, and see what they are saying about Apple ( AAPL), Facebook ( FB), Ford ( F), Anadarko ( APC) and every holding in the portfolio.

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Click here to enter the Open House. The Open House opens Noon EST Friday and ends at 12:01am EST Monday.

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.

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