Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.
What happens on the stock market to
, including a look at this year's stocks.
A Dash of Insight believes that an unwarranted dip
24/7 Wall St. gives a
. I'm skeptical of how you apply a breakup value analysis here but it's interesting nonetheless.
It's the first day of the month and we're introducing a new feature:
, including new potential takeover targets and a short-selling possibility if the Nasdaq 100 Trust Shares
ETF enters the sweet spot.
Alligator Investor likes sticky notes. That is, he believes
Finding Cents is skeptical that
continue its blistering growth
GoDaddy is notorious for its Super Bowl ads. They got their third attempt at an ad approved for the big game. Here are
Equity Investment Ideas analyzes
Procter & Gamble's
The Peridot Capitalist believes
might be cheap here
and the volume of shares in a little-known dot-com company.
Stockerblog looks at a batch of unusual
, including an interesting one that dividends out music royalties.
DailyWealth explains why the increasing price of oil and the renewed focus on alternative energies
Ticker Sense looks at what happened in other periods when the
I'm a big fan of mid-cap stocks because I believe the market often ignores them in favor of small-caps (for risk) or large-caps (for stability). Today
I look at the top 20 cheap mid-cap stocks
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