Special note to Bill Fleckenstein readers
How to find the contrarian's columns, old and new.
Starting this week, Bill Fleckensten's column will appear in a different format, with the same great contrarian analysis you've come to rely on.
You'll be able to find all his new columns on this page, in addition to the usual headlines on our home pages. If you're a regular reader, you may want to bookmark Bill's new home and come back often.
You can still find his older columns here, on his RSS page.
In the long run, we think this will make Bill's columns easier to find. We hope you agree,
-- MSN Money
The old columns are not available in the RSS collection.
In fact a review of the new column collection (the "this page"
link) appears to contain the same nine articles that are
contained in the RSS collection (the "...his RSS page" link)
Please restore all of the old columns, even the oldest
of the old, in the RSS collection ...
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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ABOUT BILL FLECKENSTEIN
This column is a synopsis of Bill Fleckenstein's daily column on his website, FleckensteinCapital.com, which he's been writing on the Internet since 1996. Click here to find Fleckenstein's most recent articles.
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