Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.
Today, Stockpickr takes a look at the
. It's interesting to see who makes the list despite the recent volatility.
This is one of the oddest social networks
. But it's oddly compelling.
includes a trade triggering in the morning for
Information Arbitrage has some interesting ideas about what
should do with its cash
Great post by One Guy's Investments about "indirect investments", i.e.,
. Like buying
because you like their solar power company,
finally turning the corner
takes a closer look
Here are some stocks that had
SeekingAlpha wonders whether
Barnes & Noble
Here are some fascinating stats on
about China's market.
: high forward P/E, within 5% of a 52-week low. In other words, that 52-week low is going to be like a magnet for the unsure holders.
Well, the jury is now back, and we can see the result of
the first decade of Internet advertising
Quant Investor examines the pathetic struggle to stay alive by the
worst mutual fund
Personally, I wouldn't buy
. But to each his own.
, Suze Orman style.
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