Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.
, including questions Jim answers on
BloggingStocks blogger and former intern of mine Kevin Kelly thinks
Unusual stocks of the day:
, and stocks with
. These are all potential breakout plays.
( MOT) CEO Ed Zander is rumored to be on the way out, 10Q Detective examines his
and what it might mean for shareholders.
: This morning's trades include
I was doing fine yesterday, really. Not a single jealous thought all day.
The results are starting to come in, and
is filling up with breakouts, and we look at the reasons for each one.
Compete.com has the
top 200 sites we spend the most time on
MySpace is first, of course.
, is second, and so on.
Dividend Money wonders about a method for possibly
The rumor right now is that
is buying Facebook for $6 billion. I believe Facebook is a bargain at $6 billion, and it won't happen. John Battelle, author of an excellent book on
Dr. Brett, psychologist to traders, offers his
Sramana Mitra gives her latest thoughts on
online real estate company
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