Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.
Warren Buffett has updated his holdings with one new consumer play and an addition to an older investment. Here are Buffett's updated holdings.
Bloggingstocks shows us what Microsoft (MSFT - Get Report) has been doing with its cash.
Yale University is the top performing college pension fund, averaging about 20% per year. Here are its top stock holdings.
I can't even remember when the S&P last declined 1%.
Will Baidu's (BIDU - Get Report) earnings be a trick or a treat later today?
One Guy's Investments looks at robot company Intuitive Surgical (ISRG - Get Report).
Super entrepreneur Guy Kawasaki has a great review of an interesting new book.
Interesting initimate account of the Google (GOOG)-YouTube deal from Mark Cuban.
Mashable crunches the numbers and determines what the average YouTube user looks like.
HipMojo figures out what Wikipedia.org would be worth as a private company. This analysis is interesting to see how one could value a Web site right now. I believe this analysis is way too conservative (I would multiply by four times), but it's interesting.
Powershares is riding the private equity boom by launching an ETF, Listed Private Equity Portfolio (PSP), which allows people to invest in an index of publicly traded private equity firms. Here are the stocks in the ETF.
InvestorTrip selects Corning (GLW - Get Report) as the stock pick of the week. (I found this post via the Festival of Stocks.)
Crossing Wall Street, with a very simple graphic, disputes the idea that this rally is irrational.
Jealous: I can't believe what cameras.com just sold for.
Can Yahoo! (YHOO - Get Report) be bought by Microsoft?