Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.
ValueBlogger (penned by my super-intern) gives part 1 of an analysis of the previously never-disclosed letters of the Buffet Partnership -- Buffett has only ever released his Berkshire (BRKA) letters.
Blueprint for Financial Prosperity gives a guide to the fifth letter in Nasdaq symbols. I always wondered what they meant.
ModernGraham.com lists his top 10 stocks trading at the greatest discount to their intrinsic value.
EarlyStageVC gives a step-by-step summary of how photo search engine Riya evolved into a business.
24/7 Wall Street is skeptical about the rumor that Ford (F - Get Report) and GM (GM - Get Report) will merge.
Mark Cuban really does not like YouTube.
This is one of the uglier blowups of hedge funds I've seen. Dealbreaker takes a look at the man behind it all.
Crossing Wall Street discusses the prediction that gas might hit $1.15 a gallon.
The never-ending debate: CXO Advisory asks if technical analysis might be good in certain situations.
Blogging Stocks asks who is Steve Cohen and why is he betting on art supplies.
Rising Dividend Investing wonders if Johnson & Johnson (JNJ - Get Report) is ready for a turn.
Uberhuman and occasional RealMoney writer John Rutledge wants to revalue the Chinese latte.
The Inelegant Investor breaks down Lifetime Brands (LCUT - Get Report).