<I>TheStreet</I> Hosts a Free Open House, All Weekend Long

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- It isn't every day that the market plunges, but thankfully the pain wasn't created in this country. It was created in China and the emerging markets. Jim Cramer, Stephanie Link and TheStreet Research team have read the latest earning reports, listened to the conference calls and found lots of American companies with compelling growth stories that are selling at a discount, at great entry points for your 2014 game plan.

These stocks shouldn't have been affected by China, but they were, because when markets sell off broadly, the good gets marked down with the bad. Here's the bottom line. Expect the worst, but prepare for the best because, in the end, TheStreet's investment pros always look for big-picture investment ideas that transcend near-term disruptions. And, for this weekend only, you can read TheStreet's take on the markets for FREE.

You'll get to hear us debate about when the blood-letting is over, and when it's safe to come out. Because when it's time to start buying, you'll want to know which stocks have with the most potential for the next five- to ten-years, including some of the ones profiled in Jim Cramer's new bestseller, Get Rich Carefully. That's right, this time, you'll be ready to buy and sell carefully, not recklessly and not with blind disregard to the new world of investing.

CLICK HERE to get your free pass to all of the premium wealth-building advice from Jim Cramer, Stephanie Link, Herb Greenberg, Dan Nathan, Doug Kass, Dave Peltier and TheStreet Research team, starting FRIDAY morning and lasting all weekend long. No payment, no obligation, just great ideas.

The open house will include:

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