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March 5, 2014

12 Comics That Perfectly Encapsulate The Vicious Cycle Of Loneliness

Anne Emond talks real about the social panics we don't often admit to feeling, and why comics express them so well.

23 Breath-Takingly Beautiful Photos Of Frozen Flowers

Mo Devlin's Frozen Flowers series is better than real flowers — they last forever and you don't have to change the water.

Com as impressoras 3D, fazer as unhas ganhará um novo significado

As Laser Girls,, artistas de impressão 3D, produzem trabalhos artísticos legais e muito loucos que farão você ter vergonha da sua técnica 2D para fazer as unhas.

Los 30 datos más felices de todos los tiempos

Necesitas esto si estas teniendo un día difícil. Esta nota fue inspirada por una publicación de Reddit invitando a las personas compartir "Los datos más felices que conozcan"

5 Stocks With Big Insider Buying

Other times they sell because they think their stock is overvalued and the risk/reward is no longer attractive. Some even dump their own stock because they have inside knowledge that a competitor is eating their lunch and stealing market share. But insiders usually buy their own shares for one reason: They think the stock is a bargain and has tremendous upside. >>5 Bargain Bin Stocks to Buy in March 
 The key word in that last statement is "think." Just because a corporate insider thinks his or her stock is going to trade higher, that doesn't mean it will play out that way. Insiders can have all the conviction in the world that their stock is a… At the end of the day, it's large institutional money managers running big mutual funds and hedge funds that drive stock prices, not insiders. That said, many of these savvy stock operators will follow insider buying activity when they agree with the insider that the stock is undervalued and has upside potential. This is why it's so important to always be monitoring insider activity, but it's twice as important to make sure the trend of the stock coincides with the insider buying. >>3 Stocks Under $10 to Trade for Breakouts Recently, a number of companies' corporate insiders have bought large amounts of stock. These insiders are finding some value in the market, which warrants a closer look at these stocks. Here's a look five stocks whose insiders have been doing some big buying per SEC filings.

23 Pop Culture Portraits Rendered In Black Velvet

Artist Bruce White (AKA @velvetgeek) elevates cinematic kitsch to fine art fandom. 100% Alannah Myles-free.

Intel Has Become An Embarrassment

And now we're supposed to mindlessly believe that A) Intel won some self-proclaimed battle with Apple (AAPL) and Google (GOOG) -- companies that actually have a clue -- for Basis and B) It can see the future through its miserable recent past. Intel's poking in the dark. And, while it sometimes comes up with promising ideas, it's spewing boardroom brainstorms at the wall in a desperate attempt to unhitch itself from the dying PC bandwagon. Simply embarrassing, especially when it comes from a Silicon Valley institution such as Intel. Personally, I think smartwatches and wearables will end up the next big dud. I'll write more on that at another time. But here's what is salient here -- if wearables do flop, it's really not that big of a deal to Apple, Google, Samsung and even,… Though I'm not convinced Apple will, these names can afford to dabble in the space. Take a chance. They truly have nothing to lose. Relatively speaking, they can recover with little more than a quick dust off after a headfirst slide. However, we're approaching a point, if we're not already there, where you cannot say the same for Intel. The more Intel loses, the less it can afford to lose. If anybody wins at wearables it's not going to be Intel, a company with zero brand cachet with consumers and a legacy that will completely expire if Apple ever takes over the chip slot on its Macbooks.    Follow @rocco_thestreet --Written by Rocco Pendola in Santa Monica, Calif.

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