Festival of Stocks #146: Freak Show!


Welcome to this week’s Festival of Stocks (#146), right here on The Reformed Broker.  For those of you who are visiting my site for the first time, welcome to the twisted world of TRB!

The Festival of Stocks is a Blog Carnival, meaning it travels to a new hosting site each week and it smells like funnel cake.  Without further adieu, I will lift the tent flap and give you a glimpse of the stock freaks…enjoy!

Dog-Faced Boy: Jack Schmidt presents Making Money? “Trust Me: I’m In Real Estate” posted at SectorMatic Money Journal.

The Human Pretzel: Todd Sullivan presents Lenders Seek To Remove Malls From General Growth Chapter 11 posted at Todd Sullivan’s – ValuePlays

Elephant Man: Bob Brooks presents The One Main Reason Why This Bear Market In Stocks Is Not Over posted at Prudent Money Market Outlook.

Lobster Boy: Eric Jackson presents AgFeed Still Looks Like a Bargain posted at Breakout Performance: Ironfire Capital.

The Contortionist: Steve Alexander presents MFI Rebounding Better than Dwight Howard posted at MagicDiligence – The Best Magic Formula Stocks.

The Mighty Dwarf: Distressed Volatility presents Marriott, Hotel Downturn Analysis posted at Distressed Volatility.

Bearded Lady: KCLau presents What is the best investment? posted at KCLau’s Money Tips.

The Human Torso: ChartingStock presents Many Investors Are Complacent posted at ChartingStock.

The Strong Man: D4L presents Sysco Corp. (SYY) Dividend Stock Analysis posted at Dividends Value.

The Carnival Barker: Joshua M Brown presents Smart Balance (SMBL) is Like Buttah…Maybe posted at The Reformed Broker.

Thanks to all visitors to this week’s Festival of Stocks, I hope you found the above links to be interesting and informative.  I hope to have a chance to host this event again.

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