Present value of $10,000 investment made January 3, 1994 minus fees and commissions. Rates reflect Wednesday close. Copyright 1994, The Meyers Report

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Holiday feasting fattened each of our fillies this week. But despite the fact that all made money - only the fourth time this year that has occurred - seven of ten are still running in the red with only a week to go. Consistent money makers, our saver steeds are looking prosperous. EE Bonds, Money Market and 90-day CD added $11, $10 and $7 to their respective pantries, and remain in first, second and third. After a $144 gain, fourth-place Blue Chip is still looking a little anemic. Gold's holiday cookie binge fattened him up by $51 to remain in fifth, while Lipper Mutual beefed up by $125 to retain his hold on sixth. OTC moved up one place to seventh. He's buying new pants after a $145 gain. Lipper International dropped one place to eighth despite stuffing his face to the tune of $57.30. Thirty-year T-bond seems to have overcome his earlier anorexia. His seventh straight weekly gain, this one $48, keeps him in ninth. Silver dropped from first to worst in a short period of time, but seems to be back on the binge cycle with a $65 gain.

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