Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.
from yesterday include questions he answered on
, and whether it's time to switch away from growth stocks.
Doesn't anyone know how to make a plane anymore? According to 24/7 Wall St., both
Check out the
. This morning's trades include
, among others.
I didn't know this, but Crossing Wall Street was kind enough to point it out: Yesterday was
the best day in almost a year
, and we have the final two hours to thank.
What's the traffic look like
According to Investor's Business Daily, here are the
This is better than
War of the Worlds
Advanced Micro Devices
in the battle to the death
. Stay tuned for my article on this topic in the next day or so.
Unusual stocks of the day:
, and stocks with
. These are all potential breakout plays.
Dividends Matter does a
dividend. Are they overreaching?
The Fly On The Wall
takes a peek
You know Donald Trump is a billionaire, but did you know he also owns a lot of
Which high-yielding stocks are
Freakonomics notes that the autism epidemic
. This is an excellent example of how to avoid getting influenced by media-driven stats.
The other Hilary, Hilary Kramer,
We always hear about housing doing this or doing that, but here are the
so far this century.
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