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Monday's Daily Blog Watch

YouTube's honeymoon with Google goes on, and how to make money from droughts.

Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.


answers questions






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and more.

They said the love couldn't last, but

YouTube is thriving



(GOOG) - Get Report



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CDC Corp.


are on the

Stockpickr System Trades of the Day

this morning.

Where have they all gone?

Compete compares the Internet all-stars of 2001

with the top Web sites from right now.

Modern Graham

does its expert valuation analysis



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Paul Kedrosky writes on

how to make money from water


Who is on the 52-week low list and, more important,

which ones are potential buys right now


Paid Content discusses

what the AliBaba IPO

(a Chinese competitor to


TST Recommends

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) could mean for



stock price.

Sramana Mitra analyzes

one of the best companies ever



(PAYX) - Get Report


Tim Sykes has

the only $2 billion company he'll ever recommend buying




has been a horrible stock,

but some great investors have been accumulating





the next Google


SINLetter goes on a quest for a 6% yield and

comes up with some interesting picks


I absolutely need to have the "Steampunk" computer mentioned in

this week's Good Life Blog Watch


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The Financial Times

and the author of

Trade Like a Hedge Fund


Trade Like Warren Buffett



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