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

Yum! Brand's

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keep getting yummier


I'm starting to really like

all the fast-food stocks


Jim Cramer

answers questions


NYSE Euronext




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and more.


System Trades of the Day

include trades on

Lincare Holdings

( LNCR) and


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What does


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at $700 look like


Mark Cuban continues his

quest for dominance


Dancing with the Stars


I had no idea China's richest person was a

26-year-old woman


Who names these companies? Hilary Kramer continues her hunt for uber-trending stocks and

homes in on water company




Howard Lindzon

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doesn't want to miss the China boat

and is loving


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And, if you missed them, check out

this week's rocket stocks


The Talented Blonde finds

the ultimate kitchen stock


Wall Street Mayhen

loves domain name company


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Morgan Stanley's

favorite short idea


U.S. Steel

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New York Times

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makes its way into Web 3.0


Canada plus oil equals

the highest-yielding Canadian royalty trusts


Created in 1994, here is the

really big button that doesn't do anything


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and the author of

Trade Like a Hedge Fund


Trade Like Warren Buffett



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