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   April 13, 2006

Bullish

LifeCell (LIFC), Schering-Plough (SGP), Copart (CPRT), Occidental Petroleum (OXY), Starbucks (SBUX), Charming Shoppes (CHRS), CarMax (KMX), Chartered Semiconductor (CHRT), Northern Orion Resources (NTO), Matsushita Electric (MC), PerkinElmer (PKI) and Coach (COH).

Bearish

           Sirius Satellite Radio (SIRI), Chevron (CVX) and Sony (SNE)                  
Todays Stories:

'Oil's Well' -Jim discusses Hurricanes' Katrina and Rita, thier effect on the crude oil business and why you should look at Occidental Petroleum (OXY), an exploration and production company. 

'You Know The Drill' - A continuation of the above topic, crude oil.  This dissussion focuses on Energy Partners (EPL).

'Chipping Away'- Jim tells you why he, a long time Intel fan, now sees Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) as the microchip company to own.

Lightning Round 
           

..that you can get started investing with as little as $25?  And that some online discount investment brokers, such as Sharebuilder will allow you to
open an account with no minimum?  (There are other online brokers  such as E*Trade, Scottrade, that  do have minimum deposit requiremnts.)
Alot of online brokers allow "dollar based investing".  This is when you invest a specified dollar amount on a regular basis. This allows you to purchase 'partial' shares of a company's stock. For instance, if I am set to invest $50 a month in Google, and Google is trading at $400 at the time my order goes through, I would have purchased 0.5 shares of Google.  It is a good & effective tool to get started investing, as well as getting comfortable in the stock market.
             -TCR




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