July 12, 2008
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Thanks to the very kind work of GreenMycon, I can now post the entire list as a set of easy-to-read linked titles. Since he's gone back and covered several months worth of backlog, I will be able to maintain the list with each week's additions and get them to you in ths format. For the commodity investors among us, I hope this is a helpful compendium. Thanks again Green... and thanks to binv and others who made the suggestion in the first place. :) Fool on!
this week in commoditiescoal shortage morphs into aluminum shortageposco positively profitablestrong outlook for a soft metalmore than just an agriculture stockchinas international shopping spreefoolish laggards with burgeoning balance sheetsinvestors canaries in a coal minethis week in commoditiessteelmakers struggle to keep coal in the furnacea blow to global metalsyou cant dig without a shovel5 mid cap miners the all stars adoretaking the pulse of the caps blogs solar powera pair of golden eaglesmissed the global steel boom look hereno need to be blue get some silverthis week in commoditiesno trash talking this dealthis week in commoditieswhy are coal stocks burningrailroad stocks getting soggytesoros sunken treasuredude wheres my hydrogen fuel cell carthis week in commoditiesprotests in perucleveland makes it the world takes itposco pushes prices upchina makes africa an offer it cant refuseadd dividends to oil and gas plays mix wellthe sum of mechels partsthe malleable metal with mass appealdorothy trade those ruby slippers for goldthe gas fire that scorched the worldhop aboard the coal trainhousing wears on weyerhaeuserjoys growth is global sizedford tender offer motors alonga quick look at 5 dry bulk shipperswhen jv is cooler than varsitytaking the pulse of the caps blogs commoditiesa gold miner that could use an easy buttonnewmonts crystal ball5 stocks the insiders are holdingclose your ears to the pied pipergolden eggs in an eagles nestmad max opec lawyers and politiciansgoing for pre olympic golddupont dives into cellulosic ethanolarcelormittal forges aheadmy big fat greek shipperminting pennies from copperyour pipeline to income and growthhave a swim in dawsons creekdont jump on moms bed with this stockspectra opens the profit valvebarricks tarnished goldtesoros margins snap crackle and popgoldcorps looking shinysay ole on the fifth of maygold delivers a gut checkgm suffers a broken axleconducting long term growth at southern copperoil in every cnooc and crannyhonda drives into a brick wallbucyrus digs up profitsthe bip from bam means cheap infrastructurethe unhedged pot of goldnews trumps earnings for teckarch coal burns hotter stillposco positively busymuch better than a lump of coalinvestors pledge allegiance to patriot coalthe bleeding continues with goldmans woesdont miss the silver liningdodge the dollar with a silver bullettempur pedic gets flippedquick take stop the presses bensigns of spring from ja solarbrazilian steelmakers stainless strategywhen backlogs are joyousthe miner with a heart of silverperus new emperor of goldternium a steel of a dealride the commodity wave to waterhow big will the bank bailout getterex calms the terrified investorbucking ze trend nonprecious timing for agnico eaglebarclays earnings jolly goodwhen passing the buck is a virtuemonoline hits bottom line at ubs
Hey, it was just a suggestion on our part. You're the one who wrote all the articles :) Thanks a lot. You continue to be one of Caps most thoughtful and useful advice dispensers. Seriously, Thank You.
It wasn't that big of a deal to parse them... I just did some quick coding in VBA and a few copy and pastes later the list was generated. But like Binv said, you're the one that has written all of the articles, and for that we can all be happy. Thank you for providing some superior articles for us to read!
Thanks Green and Sinchi
Thanks for the list :)
The RSS feed can also be used to pull your blog (and many others) into an aggregate view (read: all of your favorite blogs in one view). I personally use Google Reader, which is excellent. Here is your feed URL, for example:http://caps.fool.com/blogs/viewrss.aspx?t=01006124249416869148
It also provides a way to display all of the most recent blog articles (with drill-down) from any user or a group of users.
All about RSS (Wikipedia)
I personally have RSS subscriptions for many sites, like Engadget, Motley Fool, Yahoo Finance, some others, and now TMFSinchiruna's CAPS blog. Thanks again for all of your contributions - keep em coming.