Festival of Stocks

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Welcome to the January 15th Edition of the Festival of Stocks!

I’ll get right to the submissions.

Editor’s picks

One Guy’s Investments shares insight on why he swapped out of the Blackrock Indian Fund (IFN) in favor for Barclay’s India Index exchange traded note (INP).

BioHealth Investor presents the BioTech Industry: 30 years of Failure. This is a great history lesson on the progression of Biotech stocks.

ETF Trends presents 10 New ETF Trends for 2007. I especially like the prediction on more institutional investors getting in on the ETF game.

Rest of the entries

Wealth Junkie presents Eli Lilly Pays Out $500 Million On Zyprexa-Diabetes Claims; I Called It.

One Minute Money – Built for A College Student thinks Starbucks is A Great Investment for 2007. Starbucks is well positioned for masive expansion throughout China and eastern Asia.

Dividend Money presents his opinions on Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs).

Market Poetry lists 12 reasons why he shorted Google stock (GOOG). Although I think a few of his points are far-fetched, I admire his original insight on a typically bullish stock.

ModernGraham decided to Study the Manic Behavior of Mr. Market I. I found the data on how congressional parties effect the stock market quite interesting.

My Simple Trading System presents Combining Highs/lows and Moving Averages for Trading. I’m not much of a day trader, but you probably knew that already.

Fat Pitch Financials writes Special Situations Real Money Port 2006 Performance. Kudos to Fat Pitch, and his 2006 portfolio performance.

That’s all for this week’s edition of Festival of Stocks.

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