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Hedge Funds

  1. A Dose Of Alternatives May Do Your Portfolio Some Good

  2. Where Are The Big Money Managers Putting Their Money?

  3. Hedge Funds Brace For Uncertainty

  4. 5 Simple Silver Stock Plays

  5. Diversify Your Portfolio With Currency ETFs

  6. 3 Retailers Favored By Hedge Funds And Short Sellers

  7. This Week's Activist Filings

  8. Adding Some Smart-Money Touches

  9. Don't Bet Against Goldman

  10. A Look Back On Hotel Stocks

  11. A Final Look At Agriculture Stocks

  12. 6 Stocks Outperforming The Entire S&P 500

  13. Hedge Funds For Everyone

  14. This Week's Activist Filings

  15. New Activist Filings

  16. Tagging Along With The Stock Pros

  17. Potential Investment Targets

  18. Hedge Fund Vet Launches First U.S. 'Green' Fund Of Funds

  19. The Preferred Way To Play

  20. Profit From The Return Of The Day Traders

  21. Are You A Share Holder Or A Share Flipper?

  22. Will Curbs On Futures Hurt ETFs?

  23. Institutional Investors: Follow The Leader

  24. Good IPO, Bad IPO

  25. Gold Is A Great Hedge Today

  26. Whole Foods: The Business Vs. The Stock

  27. Convertible Securities In Today's Market

  28. Picking Up Fluor Off The Floor

  29. Investing Abroad: Five Non-American Companies

  30. Energy Stocks Settling Like A Lump Of Coal

  31. Upticked Off

  32. Bernie "Made-off" With Banks' Billions

  33. Commodities Sector: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

  34. The Devil Can't Afford Prada

  35. The Stock Market Time Warp

  36. The Risks Of Triple-Leveraged ETFs

  37. Fairfax Gets Defensive

  38. Dillard's Shareholder Battle Turns Nasty

  39. Where Have All The Shareholder Activists Gone?

  40. Say Goodbye To The Soft Insurance Market

  41. Central Securities A Long-Term Winner

  42. Signs The Market Is At Rock Bottom (Again)

  43. Digging For Deals In The Energy Rubble

  44. Is AIG DOA?

  45. Goldman Sachs Returns To A Banking Basic

  46. Follow TCI's Activism To The Bank

  47. Food Companies Prepared To Pass The Buck

  48. The BlackRock Investors Cling To

  49. Peabody Basking In Coal's Bull Market Glow

  50. Knowing It’s Going To Rain Is Better Than Guessing

  51. Fed Enabling Investment Banks' Addiction

  52. Hedge Fund Mojo For A Sinking Portfolio

  53. Shariah Compliance Principles

  54. Ready For Financials - Look No Further

  55. Bunge’s Product Mix Grows

  56. Global Property Insurers Squeezed By Credit Markets

  57. Icahn Gives Yahoo An Earful

  58. Slimmed-Down Target Looks Sexy

  59. The Auto Industry Gains Traction

  60. Triarc Tries On Wendy's Merger

  61. Activism At Office Depot Could Pay Off

  62. Dillard's: Retail Activism 101

  63. A Little Sun Will Do Furniture Brands Some Good

  64. Mutual Funds With Hedge Fund Ambitions

  65. ConAgra Exits Commodities Trading At The Perfect Time

  66. Is EnPro's Stock A Steel?

  67. The Stealth Wealth In Municipal Bonds

  68. Will The Bailout Keep Bear Stearns Afloat?

  69. Can Wattles Recharge Circuit City?

  70. Tax Break For H&R Block

  71. Bad Press For The New York Times

  72. Cheesecake Factory Delivers Sour Q4 (CAKE)

  73. Icahn Playing The Penney Stocks? (JCP)

  74. Ackman Hits The Books (BGP)

  75. Has Peltz Ordered Cheesecake For Dessert? (CAKE)

  76. Profit From This Year's Repentant Revelers (NLS)

  77. Zander's Exit Leaves Icahn Free To Pull The Strings (MOT)

  78. A Bailout By Any Other Name

  79. Alcoa's Diet Plan May Work (AA)

  80. Ackman Antes Up For Sears (SHLD)

  81. Subprime Separates The Weak From The Strong (GS, BSC)

  82. Target To Bail On Its Credit-Card Business? (TGT)

  83. Can You Bank On European Banking? (DB, UBS, CS)

  84. Five Bearish Subprime Plays

  85. Goldman's Cash Infusion Not A Bailout (GS)

  86. AIG: Diamond In The Subprime Rough? (AIG)

  87. Cracking The Credit Crunch

  88. Making A Market (GS, MS, MER)

  89. GFI Group -- Loving The Volatility (GFI)

  90. Swim With The Sharks

  91. Unlocking Value In Closed-ended Funds

  92. Mirant Explores Its Options (MIR,TXU,DYN)

  93. Secure Profit with Brink's Co. (BCO)

  94. Junk Bonds All Over Again

  95. Lear Corporation: No Bottom Yet (LEA)

  96. The Most Dangerous Sport (for Investors)

  97. Two Keys to Avoiding Disaster

  98. The Lunar Fund

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