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

Here are

Business Week's

top 10 performing businesses



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sits at No. 1.

24/7 Wall St. wonders what price



would sell for



System Trades of the Day

includes trades triggering today on

Research in Motion

( RIMM) and



Great post by HipMojo:

What is Craigslist worth


What's up with chocolate? Crossing Wall Street shows the rise in

cocoa prices


Activist investor Bob Chapman cracks me up. Dealbreaker breaks down

his latest 13D filing

, including some choice words he uses.

Check out the stocks that rose more than 1% yesterday

on unusual volume

(greater than 50% above their normal volume).

Stock Market Beat



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I didn't know Victoria's Secret was part of

Limited Brands


. The Stockmasters discuss why

LTD might be a buy here


As Alzheimer's spreads, so could

nursing home stocks


Information Arbitrage dissects

KKR's recent investment


Sun Microsystems

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Here's a list of

Investor's Business Daily's

top 10 stocks

with low P/E ratios


Theflyonthewall.com notes

something interesting

in the latest happenings in Accredited Home Lenders

( LEND).

Piper Jaffray spoke with the top 20 major resellers of


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Here are the findings


Forget every other part of the economy.

Online advertising

is just nonstop.

At the time of publication, Altucher and/or his fund had no positions in any of the stocks mentioned, although positions may change at any time.

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Trade Like Warren Buffett

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