Sunday Link-Fest and Consuelo Mack Interview

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Full Coverage from The Ira Sohn Conference

How stock picks at last year’s Ira Sohn fared

Further Ira Sohn coverage

Shareholders are fighting back against management compensation practices. All feedback is encouraged (deadline is June 2nd)

Bruce Berkowitz Is Beating Hedge Fund Managers At Their Own Game

Gramercy Capital (GKK): A Graham Stock Wrapped in a Mystery

Shale Boom in Texas Could Increase U.S. Oil Output

Where Does Spam Come From ?

Japanese Net-Net Investing – Fuji Oozx (7299:TYO)

Bob Rodriguez Interviewed by CNN Money

Microsoft Passed on Google (But Bought Skype)

Home Healthcare: Heavily Shorted long Opportunity

Petrobank Shareholders Are Finally Going To See What That 800-Pound Gorilla Might Look Like

GTSI At Large Discount

Dell and the high cost of CEO security

On Investing: The many hats of great investors

America’s Hottest Economist

Mines flood Nifty Thrifty screen

Delphi Automotive Going Public, Hedge Funds Look to Cash In

With China, “things are either great or they are a disaster

Insider Weekends – May 20, 2011

More on Saban’s World-Class Football Process: Many Lessons for Investors

Tessera Sees Spin Potential For Imaging & Optics

China Rush to U.S. Colleges Reveals Predatory Fees for Recruits

An interesting bank stock


Opinion: Stephen Moore: A 62% Top Tax Rate?

PayPal Sues Google, Saying It Misappropriated Trade Mobile-Payment Secrets

Impossible Dream Project, Part 1

On this week’s Consuelo Mack WealthTrack, Consuelo talks to a financial thought leader who is challenging a bedrock principle of investing. Award-winning University of Chicago finance professor, Lubos Pastor explains why stocks are not necessarily best for the long run.

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