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  LeapFrog: Leap on Board
  Organic Gains
  What's the Fuss About?
  Murphy's China "Star"
  A Tale of Two Markets
  On the Road with @Road
  Get Ready, Reitsters!
  Time for Tweeter
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The Money Show Digest
April 2, 2004

by Steven Halpern
George Gilder
EQIX: the "Inter" in Internet
Through his in-depth analysis of long-term technology trends, George Gilder's Technology Report stays a step ahead of the rest of the tech crowd. It is a fascinating newsletter and an essential source of information for sophisticated investors and tech industry leaders.
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LeapFrog: Leap on Board
"When we were scouting for our featured stock this month, we were thrilled to come across a business that has made childhood education its priority," says Sherri Parker and Nancy Zambell, co-editors of UnDiscovered Stocks. Here's their review of Leapfrog.
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Neil George
Organic Gains
"Consumers are seeking better dietary alternatives," says Neil George, editor of Personal Finance. "Those companies that enable us to eat well are now set to make more cash." Here, he reviews Whole Foods, Wild Oats, and other favorites in the organic and natural-food market.
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Walter Frank
What's the Fuss About?
An "exciting bond fund" may sound like a contradiction in terms, but in his review of multi-sector funds, Walter Frank, chief investment officer of MONEYLETTER says, "We have found an outstanding fund for you to consider." Run by Dan Fuss, this multi-sector bond fund was up 28% last year.
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Michael Murphy
Murphy's China "Star"
How much of your portfolio should be in tech stocks? Michael Murphy, editor of Technology Investor says, "You should have 100% minus your age in tech as a general rule, and even more than that in the current environment. For those underinvested, here's one of his new buys.
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Bernie Schaeffer
A Tale of Two Markets
Bernie Schaeffer uses a unique blend of fundamental, technical, and sentiment data to assess the markets. His latest such assessment leaves him bearish on blue chips and bullish on the small caps. Here's his analysis and suggestions to play these seemingly opposing trends.
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On the Road with @Road
When it comes to finding high-growth, small-cap stocks with intriguing stories in exciting markets, two of the best in the business are Jim Oberweis and Ian Wyatt. Here, both advisors have "hit the road" with the same [email protected], a player in mobile wireless services.
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Barry Vinocur
Get Ready, Reitsters!
"Barry Vinocur, in a report entitled, 'REITsters Get Ready!' notes, "Because the latest pullback in REITs is unrelated to any specific REIT-land events, the pullback is an opportunity to add to some top plays before an expected rebound." Here are his best bets.
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Bryan Perry
Time for Tweeter
"If you catch a retailer as they enter a sweet spot in consumer spending, you can make a lot of money," says Bryan Perry, editor of The Tactical Trader. "We're seeing hyper-growth in home entertainment, and this theme could be one of the hottest trends for the balance of the year "
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Donald Rowe
Safe Borders: Homeland Speculation
"Micro-cap stocks are rarely, if ever, recommended by us," says Donald Rowe, editor of The Wall Street Digest. "Sometimes, however, a company's story is too compelling to ignore." Here he discusses one such opportunity for risk-oriented investors.
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