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Toddo On TV: Get In the (Video) Game

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Toddo, who routinely gets beat up by his 8-year-old nephew on Nintendo's Wii, continues to like manufacturers of video games (from Take-Two Interactive (TTWO) to Electronic Arts (ERTS) to Activision (ATVI)), which he views as the next generation advertising spend.



Now watch this! Toddo's gazing at Baidu (BIDU), which is up $10 since filling the technical gap into $300, and Petrohawk (HK). The company priced 25 million shares at $26.53 and the stock is trading north of $28 - a positive for the energy sector.



Toddo's scratching his head over General Motors' (GM) 1 MPG solution: If you drive 20,000 miles a year, you'll burn 1000 gallons of gas at 20 MPG versus 952 at 21 MPG. That's an annual savings of $180. Akin to McDonalds' (MCD) offering a happy meal that makes you less fat?

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