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Inside the Market's weekend roundup of some of this week's best investing reads on the Internet, which are highlighted every morning in our Before the Bell report.

Stock picks

The five most popular stocks among hedge funds.

Top 10 buys and sells from Morningstar's ultimate stock-pickers.


Don't fall for the "Santa Claus" rally. Only the end of December gets the seasonal boost.

What bubble? Corporate profits have reached a new record as share of GDP.

Newsletters are the most bullish since the 1987 market crash. But know this: prospects for 2014 have nothing to do with 2013.

The percentage of Americans who own stocks is the lowest at least 1998.


Seven reasons to be cautious about this market.

The interest-rate concerns that have left REITs in the dust this year may be overblown.

The most consistently awful U.S. funds with more than a billion dollars in assets.

The least expensive way to convert Canadian and U.S. dollars at a discount brokerage.

A mutual fund that's invested nearly 65 per cent in cash.


The six best single-country ETF plays of 2013.

The four worst inverse ETFs in 2013.

The Wal-mart of the ETF world is raking in the assets.

ETF strategists are reaping high returns.

The Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF has lost more than half of its value this year, yet the fund has nearly doubled in size as value investors pour in.