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Countdown: Most Popular CNBC Videos of the Week

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Friday, 17 Feb 2012 | 5:37 PM ET

Here they are: a countdown of our five most popular videos from the past week, February 10 to February 17, 2012.

You'll see:

  • Sports Illustrated cover model Kate Upton get an unexpected proposal from our own Darren Rovell
  • Jim Cramer's sell recommendation on two big-name tech stocks
  • Jim Rogers explain why he thinks "big, big messes" are coming next year and in 2013.
  • A chart predicting a 50 percent stock market correction is on the way.
Sonders: Optimism for U.S. Markets
Chief Investment Strategist Liz Ann Sonders' bright expectations for this year's economy: from the Eurozone to U.S markets, and real estate to retirement.

We start with an optimistic outlook. Here's Clip #5:

CLIP #4 - JIM ROGER'S "BIG, BIG MESSES" COMING

Clip #4:

Let Greece Go Bankrupt: Jim Rogers
"Let Greece go bankrupt, let all the people who bankrupt go bankrupt, and then you can start over, you reorganize the assets and start over," Jim Rogers, CEO of Roger Holdings, told CNBC. "Until that happens, this is going to be an on-going endless discussion," he said.

CLIP #3 - JIM CRAMER SAYS SELL THESE STOCKS

Clip #3:

No Huddle Offense: What's Behind Google & Amazon's Move?
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares insight on the upward moves of late, in Google and Amazon's shares.

CLIP #2 - KATE UPTON

Clip #2:

Big Business of Swimwear & Kate Upton
Mark Ford, Time Inc. Sports Group president, and Kate Upton, Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover model, discuss the money behind Sports Illustrated's swimsuit edition, with CNBC's Darren Rovell.

THE MOST POPULAR CLIP OF THE WEEK

And now, our Most Popular Video Clip of the Week:

Charting the Market: 50 Percent Correction Ahead?
Katie Stockton, MKM Partners, and Abigail Doolittle, Peak Theories, chart the market's outlook, which indicates a serious correction in the next three to twelve months.

You can always find our latest clips at the CNBC Video Gallery.

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