spamstocktracker.com ran a little experiment to see how much money you would make if you actually invested in the stocks that were recommended in spam emails as "sure-fire money makers!!!!!!"
Yeah, not so good. Probably about as effective as some of the other products advertised in spam emails (if ya know what I'm sayin.)
Found at digg.com.
*title of this post to be said like Cramer does.
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