Write-Offs: 04.27.06

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$$$ "A sexy line of credit and a big revolver" Columbia B-school kids re-define sucking up to the teacher. [WARNING: This file contains a Vanilla Ice parody. Probably Safe for Work, But Not Recommended for the Weak.] [via LongOrShortCapital]
$$$ AOL launches bloggingstocks.com, a blog about individual stock performance. From the press release: "These blogs will focus obsessively on what average investors care about most, giving readers an interactive platform to get behind the headlines and exchange insights on some of the most widely held and talked about companies." (Average investors or the average investor? Eh, probably both.)
$$$ McKinsey predicts that investors will eventually tire of mediocre hedge fund performance and writes a report about it. It's just that sort of sophisticated observation that makes the seven-figure consulting fees entirely worth it. [Daily Dose of Optimism]
$$$ David Wittig, insider trading and now a surge in blind-pool offerings. The '80s are back. Again. [Forbes.com]

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