Tuesday's Daily Blog Watch

Finding the highest-yielding Israeli equities, and munching on some bagel stocks.
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Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.

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NYSE Euronext

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, etc.

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Cisco

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Stockpickr's

System Trades of the Day

has trades today from our breakout system, our 3x2 system, and our usual takeover targets system. This morning's trades include

CMGI

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and

Ciena

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.

Wendy's

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is for sale,

but who cares

?

The Microcap Speculator looks at some

bagel stocks

.

Stockerblog presents

the highest-yielding Israeli stocks

.

DealDreaker wonders if

any white knight at all

would make the

Wall Street Journal

reporters happy.

Gary Weiss wonders whether

Overstock.com

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even has

a board of directors

.

Dividend Money

makes the case

for dividend-increaser

Caterpillar

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.

Freakonomics makes the case

for higher gas taxes

.

Dan Fitzpatrick presents the

Chart of the Week

,

Allis-Chambers

(ALY)

.

Friendly's

(FRN) - Get Report

is going to be

acquired

. I haven't eaten there in 34 years, but now I'm feeling nostalgic. Breakfast with my mom. A Charlie Brown book. A milkshake.

Fascinating find by Stockerblog on

how to track the popularity of celebrities

, including Warren Buffett and Jim Cramer.

Eric Savitz gives

five reasons

to buy

Symantec

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.

Wang's World wonders whether both

Baidu

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and

Google

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are

ready to make new highs

.

Unusual stocks of the day:

stocks that rose on unusual volume yesterday

, and stocks with

unusual option activity

. These are all potential breakout plays.

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