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

Stocks with unusual volume in their options could have a major event on their horizons.

Here are the latest stocks

that fit the bill.

There is some excellent analysis at JoeCit's blog on

YouTube's profit/loss statements for 2005 and 2006

. I disagree with the conclusions but the analysis is fascinating.


System Trades of the Day

includes a new trade on


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Alphaville brings us Abby Joseph Cohen's

comments on the market action of last week


Whatever happened to

rogue trader Nick Leeson

, and what's he trading right now?

The Big Picture by Barry Ritholtz offers his

rosy forecast

on housing.

The results are in: Here are the

latest search stats






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It's rare to see a portfolio that has

35 out of 35 stocks up on the day

, but that's what David Merkel accomplished recently, despite the market anguish.

Wow, here's a subprime lender that's actually

surviving this mess


The winning stocks

in the MSN stock-picking contest.

Eric Savitz believes Google is more focused on

better targeted advertising


First the


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iPhone, now

the Google Phone


EMarketer with the latest stats on

worldwide Internet usage

. U.S. growth has slowed.

Check out Stockpickr's latest analysis of stocks at

52-week lows

. Interesting new names on the list include RealNetworks,

CV Therapeutics

( CVTX) and others.

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