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

Here are

the 200 top-yielding stocks that pay monthly dividends


Stockpickr's System Trades of the Day

includes trades triggering today on

Research on Motion

( RIMM) and



Big Ben believes

there's value


American Home Mortgage

( AHM).

The list of stocks that had significant rises on Monday

on unusually high volume

includes another appearance by

Jones Soda



Information Arbitrage believes





(SNE) - Get Report

is almost like

VHS vs. Betamax


Donaldson on Investing explains in bullet-point style

what Greenspan is really worried about


Eric Savitz gives

four reasons to buy


(EBAY) - Get Report


Cheap Stocks explains

just how disappointing this buyout offer



( TOPP) really is.

Disciplined Investing has some impressive stats about

buybacks and dividends


Hilary on Stocks likes the "

SAT tutor of China

" --

New Oriental Education

(EDU) - Get Report


The Marley Group

explains its strong buy



(STMP) - Get Report

The Microcap Speculator gives its list of

micro-caps with insider buying


OneInvestor believes that


(SBUX) - Get Report

might be a buy here


Repeat entrepreneur Seth Godin writes the realistic entrepreneur's guide to

dealing with venture capitalists


Startup Review finally reviews the ultimate Web 2.0 start-up:


(GOOG) - Get Report

subsidiary YouTube


Check out the 10 stocks with the

smoothest five-year charts


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Trade Like a Hedge Fund


Trade Like Warren Buffett

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