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When It's Okay To Chase Hot Stocks

“Don’t chase hot stocks” — time and time again, investors are warned not to jump on the bandwagon of a red-hot stock. But in his latest for NASDAQ.com, Validea CEO John Reese says that there are plenty of exceptions to that rule. 198 more words


Video | College Basketball Top 100: Player of the Year Projections

Sports Illustrated’s David Gardner and Luke Winn breakdown which players will be in the race for player of the year consideration for the 2015-16 season.

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PR Vet David Gardner Joins Lippin Group

David Gardner has joined the Lippin Group public relations firm as senior VP.

Gardner is a PR vet who most recently worked for Atlanta-based cablers Up and Aspire. 121 more words


The Tom Hanks Enigma by David Gardner

Tom Hanks is one of my favourite actors. Like Michael Caine and Harrison Ford, if I see his name in the cast of a film, I know I will enjoy the movie. 345 more words

Book Reviews

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