Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.
What a merger between
might mean to their
combined revenues and earnings
since the bear market began on March 24, 2000.
Here's a great post on the
Dow Jones Industrial Average
Seeking Alpha tells us why
Stockpickr's System Trades of the Day shows
, via the 3x2 system.
I've never seen an
movie, but Finding Cents believes
its stock is finding some momentum
A Dash of Insight discusses the usefulness of looking at
The rumor is that
. 24/7 Wall St. speculates on
Hitwise notes that Wikipedia is getting an increasing amount of
Here are this week's
Investors Business Daily
Fraud.org reports on
Hedge Fund Domain notes the
Last week, the yen spiked vs. the dollar.
in case this rally continues.
Paul Kedrosky points out an interesting profile of Yale University's top money manager (and excellent investment book author)
The New York Times
is a winner. But Information Arbitrage is rightly
Perhaps the most boring yet thrilling book
And check out my article this morning:
Trade like the Buffett of the Middle East, Prince Al-Waleed.
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