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The week's best web reads: One of Wall Street's biggest bulls calls for correction

Jim Cramer, left, host of the "Mad Money" show on CNBC.

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


Ratings for CNBC - and especially Jim Cramer - are plunging.

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Why small-cap stocks may soon close the gap with large caps.

The fastest-growing metro area in the U.S. has no crime or kids.

Turns out, it was worth a contrarian investment in Russian stocks.

Global fund managers are getting increasingly bullish on equities.

The U.S. energy sector is way overbought.


One of Wall Street's biggest bulls is calling for a correction.

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What's up with Bill Gross? Morningstar crowd baffled.


A surge in big mergers, as has been the case of late, can be a menace for shareholders.

The market can rise with increasing volatility.

Why this could be the beginning of the end of the bull market.

Advice from the Canadian Couch Potato blog on when to rebalance your portfolio.

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Numbers and narrative: Modeling, story telling and investing.

Cambria founder Mebane Faber on why market-cap weighting falls short.

How to lose $1-billion: A university blows its future on loser hedge funds.

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Investment Editor

Darcy Keith is The Globe and Mail's Investment Editor. He has been a business journalist since 1992 and joined the Report on Business in 2010 from Yahoo! Canada, where he was the senior editor of finance. More


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