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  1. Invest In Leisure & Entertainment For 2015

  2. Electronic Gaming Is Still Red Hot

  3. Disney Does It Again

  4. For Casino Stocks- Macau Is Still Where It’s At

  5. SeaWorld IPO Looks To Raise $500 Million: Should You Buy?

  6. Disney Has A Stable Of Horses To Ride

  7. Netflix's Got Game After All

  8. Buy or Sell: Norwegian Cruise Line's IPO Up 31% On First Day Of Trading

  9. CBS' Outdoor Business Converting To REIT

  10. Dish Network May Not Be Cheap, But It'll Be Interesting

  11. Amazon Prime Puts Viewers In Charge

  12. Is The TV Industry In For A Major Change?

  13. Netflix Snags Disney Deal

  14. Disney Buys Lucasfilm, But Is It A Trap?

  15. Vivendi Needs Cooperation To Turn Around

  16. IGT Worth A Gamble

  17. Jeremy Lin's Departure: MSG Will Get Along Fine

  18. Bull vs. Bear - Netflix's Days Of Triple Digits Are Done

  19. Take-Two More Like A Big Game Call Option Than A Real Company

  20. Five 52-Week High Fliers

  21. 4 Expensive Stocks To Avoid

  22. Time To Jump Back In The Pool

  23. Playing With Toy Stocks

  24. 3 Reasons To Own Penn National Gaming

  25. Churchill Downs' Marvelous Run Continues

  26. TripAdvisor A Uniquely Profitable Online Play

  27. Life Time Fitness Grows To Canada

  28. Growth Stocks Not Necessarily Risky

  29. Balancing Skepticism And Opportunity On GameStop

  30. Weight Watchers – Yo-Yo Performance And Debt Gluttony

  31. ETFs For Facebook IPO

  32. Apple May Yet Be Unreasonably Cheap

  33. 3 Reasons To Own Regal Entertainment

  34. The Year In Casino Stocks

  35. Video Game Stocks To Watch In 2012

  36. Shuffle Master Continues To Shuffle Forward

  37. How To Play Madison Square Garden

  38. Oprah Winfrey Network Buoys Discovery Communications

  39. Bet On Macau

  40. Cedar Fair's Dividend Growth Ride

  41. Media Stocks Worth Watching

  42. Casino Stocks Heating Up

  43. Dish Buys Blockbuster, But What Does It Get?

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