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A Small-Cap Growth Approach That Quadruples The Market

In his latest column for Seeking Alpha, Validea CEO John Reese takes a look at a strategy that has been a consistent winner even though it focuses on an area of the market — small growth stocks — known for volatility and risk. 239 more words


Gardner: What Rest Of NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament Lacks In Cinderellas, It Has In Competition

Sports Illustrated college basketball writer David Gardner joined The Triple Threat Friday on Sports Radio 610 to help us preview the rest of the Sweet 16, including the South Regional games set to go down at NRG Stadium in Houston, plus whether Notre Dame has a chance to topple Kentucky, and whether Duke has a chance to play spoiler. 6 more words


Southfield Christian (C), Roeper (D), win districts

Southfield Christian and Birmingham Roeper captured boys basketball district championships Friday night. One was expected and the other came out of nowhere.

Southfield Christian made its Class C debut last week in the district hosted by Royal Oak Shrine. 224 more words


Friday, March 13 boys basketball district finals results

Class A

Detroit East English 67, Detroit Southeastern 52: Kamari Newman had 17 points for East English. Cedrick Latimore added 10 points and 10 rebounds. Anthony Randall scored 20 points for Detroit Southeastern. 1,254 more words


Warriors fall victim to Roeper, 42-33

In what appeared to be a promising prospect of winning a Class D boys basketball district title ended on a sour note Wednesday night for Novi Franklin Road Christian. 76 more words


S-L boys club Bloomfield; DCD girls hike mark to 15-4

Southfield-Lathrup’s boys basketball team defeated Bloomfield Hills in an OAA Red Division battle on Friday, 68-50.

The visiting Chargers were once again led by senior forward Fred John who poured in a game-high 20 points and nearly registered another double-double with eight rebounds. 143 more words


Greenwich Tories' tall ships scrap scheme scuttled by Labour

Proposals by Greenwich Council’s Conservatives to cancel 2017’s return of the tall ships were thrown out last night as councillors passed the borough’s annual budget. 753 more words

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