During the week, our Motley Fool Twitter feed (@themotleyfool) shares lots of articles. In case you missed it, here are the five most popular articles that were tweeted this week.
Two Fools headed to the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York. The movement itself has been gaining momentum in New York and throughout cities across the United States. In speaking with several of the protesters, a number of smart ideas emerged from articulate protesters.
Check out three smart arguments heard at Occupy Wall Street.
2. @TheMotleyFool: Yes, the market's looking mighty turbulent. But before you strap on the chute and bail out, consider this: http://mot.ly/ntGSbu
Given the domestic and international market turmoil, many investors might be thinking that the stock market will head lower. But with stock valuations at near-record lows and corporate profits at record highs, now is a great time to take a look at blue-chip stocks such as Berkshire Hathaway
See why you should be investing in blue chips despite the market mayhem.
3. @TheMotleyFool: This company lays claim to 6M net oz. of silver -- but it's not a miner. Meet the world's weirdest silver stock: http://mot.ly/rqpKGA
Weird but also fascinating, this company hunts for treasure. Odyssey Marine Exploration
Immerse yourself in more information about this treasure hunter and see why it should be on your watchlist.
It's no surprise that Apple
Will Windows 8 change the tablet market?
5. @TheMotleyFool: But ... but what will we shamelessly mock now? How can you abandon us like this, Microsoft? $MSFT Zune, R.I.P.: http://mot.ly/qeRen3
First Microsoft discontinued its Zune player. Then it backtracked, saying that was a mistake. Then Microsoft confirmed once more that it's no longer producing Zune hardware. With Zune revenue on the decline, Microsoft will be able to refocus on its Windows Phone 7 and Windows 8.
Contrast the paths of the Zune and the iPod.
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