BeanScreen LinkHouse – Week in Review (November 14-18, 2011)

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A run down of the latest news and notes from our crème de la crème this past week.

$HITK kissed all time highs this week with a brief break above $38

$CEO lookin like the deal for Canada’s OPTI is just about a done deal – Yahoo! Finance (Zacks)

$RES strutted their stuff at the Stephens Fall Investment Conference in NYC – Y! Finance

$EZPW hasn’t gotten much love lately. We break down their fundies in the BeanScreen here

$GRMN released some groovy new navigation apps for the iPhoneY! Finance

$AZN their recent SATURN test results showed that CRESTOR’s still kickin ass – Y! Finance

$TRLG some thoughts on the denim extraordinaire going into the holidays – InvestorPlace

$DO rig count in the U.S. was down a tad for Diamond and its neighbors – Y! Finance (Zacks)

$NTES reports a snappy Q3 as revenue rises 40% YoY  – Y! Finance (AP)

$BKE unleashed a solid Q3 as online sales surge more than 25% YoY – Wall Street Bean

$RIMM fire sale on Playbooks north of the border for a limited time only! – engadget

$BRLI been shellacked of late, but still 8th fastest growing company in Jersey – Y! Finance

$ATW smoked Q4 estimates as they reported a 6th consecutive year of record earnings – WSB

$ARLP made a select list of some of the top U.S. dividend growth stocks – The Globe and Mail

$MED approaching 52 week lows. Meh.

$BHP a rather glum shareholder meeting in Melbourne this past Thursday – Wall Street Journal

$CHL wants to build the country’s largest Witkey network. Huh? – The China Perspective

$AAPL ain’t a yuan just as good as a dollar these days? Money’s money – Wall Street Journal


disclosure:  we currently own shares in all the above except NTES and BRLI


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