This Week on StockHouse September 4 to 7

September 8, 2007 by Douglas A. McIntyre

Investors came back to the markets after the Labor Day long weekend ready to buy, although credit jitters refused to be put to rest altogether. The new fall season brings the launch of StockHouse ever closer.

The StockHouse Top Five (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/article.asp?edtID=20175) is the fastest way to get the lowdown about the most prolific bloggers, posters and most read features, along with the rest of the top StockHouse content.

StockHouse Publisher, Executive Editor reminded readers that reputation (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/article.asp?edtID=20168) is where it’s at, or where it will be in the relaunched Stockhouse. Want to add to your reputation? Submit an article or a proposal. Check here (http://www.stockhouse.com/shfn/article.asp?edtID=20146) for guidelines, or write to submissions@stockhouse.com.

And from the community Derek Henwood continued his look at the sometimes mystifying world of options trading (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/article.asp?edtID=20166).

Martin Wong reported about a steel fabricator that’s ready to rebound (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/article.asp?edtID=20177) after years of legal woes.

Selodong (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/article.asp?edtID=20184) is the key to valuing Southern Arc Minerals (TSX: V.SA), wrote Kevin Graham in the second part of his examination of the gold exploration company.

And from our columnists…

A new deal with a large radio network prompted Danny Deadlock to reexamine a small digital audio company in his Microcap Monday (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/article.asp?edtID=20167) column.

The IPO market may be getting a fresh start. Jon Ogg sifted through a stack of recent filings (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/article.asp?edtID=20169).

What action will help investors who are worried about the recent credit worries in the markets? Doug Casey advised that they should buy gold (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/article.asp?edtID=20173).

Steven Saville published a collection of notes (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/article.asp?edtID=20174) about stocks, debt and gold.

Meantime, reports from a recent cardiology conference (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/article.asp?edtID=20176) did nothing to shore up confidence in stents and drug-coated stents, or the companies that make them, according to the Bio Check.

An accounting restatement (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/article.asp?edtID=20179) at a RF and microwave company may have hurt investors who bought the stock this spring, wrote the Securities Sleuth.

Tech Trader guru Harry Boxer highlighted five stocks (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/editorial.asp?edtID=20182) that are set to make big moves in the near term.

Another tech guru, Donald Dony wrote that gold may flag (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/editorial.asp?edtID=20183) during its normal period of seasonal strength, because of the flatlining U.S. dollar.

Sometimes even seasoned investors make mistakes. Nancy Zambell gathered a list of five counterproductive behaviours that everyone should avoid in order to grow their nest egg. (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/editorial.asp?edtID=20190)

John J. De Goey noted that it’s impossible to forecast which managers will outpace their benchmarks. (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/editorial.asp?edtID=20188)

Gold charts and ratios were the order of the day for Troy Schwensen, who outlined both short and intermediate term outlooks for the precious metal. (http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/editorial.asp?edtID=20191)

Sean Mason found out what posters really think about two junior energy companies in Buzz on the BullBoards. [http://www.stockhouse.ca/shfn/article.asp?edtID=20189]