This Week on Stockhouse September 10 to 14

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For a fast review of the top Bullboards, blogs and Stockhouse posters, please check out this week’s Top Five (

Publisher, Executive Editor Darin Diehl turned the focus of his weekly Publisher’s Notebook to recent community content contributions, and reported that Stockhouse members have two new ways to track updates ( to editorial content on the site using their iGoogle or Facebook pages.

This week, Stockhouse member nwatson wrote glowingly about Crocs (NASDAQ: CROX), the company that makes those brightly coloured outdoor shoes (

A new article from Stockhouse member Stacey Laliberte appeared this week. Stacey’s got an appetite for junior oil company Canoro Resources (TSX: V.CNS, Bullboards), [] and he presented his in-depth analysis of the company in Not Cannoli, Canoro. []

New contributor John Lee, CFA hit the site this week with his take on what the Central Banks have in store for us given the recent credit turmoil. Fire up the presses for Money Printing, Brazilian Style. []

And from our regular contributors…

On Monday, Danny Deadlock reported ( that satellite communications company International Datacasting (TSX: T.IDC) gained more than 44% after reporting financial results last week. As well, the Microcap Monday columnist noted that should gold continue to trade above the $700 threshold, junior resource companies like Gryphon Gold (TSX: T.GGN) could continue to see their share prices appreciate.

But Steven Saville warned that gold prices look bearish ( in the near term.

The folks at Institutional Research Partners spent some time with China Direct (NASDAQ: CHND) CEO, Dr. James Wang, who detailed the company’s strategy ( to take direct ownership stakes in small and medium sized Chinese businesses.

Dave Galland of Casey Research addressed the likelihood that the U.S. Federal Reserve would respond to the current credit crisis by injecting lots of cash ( into the economy.

The charts for oil prices and oil stocks could be interpreted in different ways, depending upon your point of view, argued Greg Silberman. There’s a bear case and a bull case (, and that’s what makes a market.

The Financially Fit staff examined how the actions of the U.S. Central Bank can affect your investments. (

And John J. De Goey wrote that active investing is not unlike legalized gambling. (