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

Stockpickr breaks down the possibilities of stocks at

52-week lows


I personally think these shoes are probably dangerous for kids and I wouldn't buy them. But


( HLYS) stock

keeps rolling



(GOOG) - Get Report


Silicon Laboratories

(SLAB) - Get Report

and a few others are triggering trades today in Stockpickr's

System Trades of the Day


24/7 Wall St. plays devil's advocate and says

Urban Outfitters

(URBN) - Get Report

may be a short here


Paul Kedrosky puts

hedge fund income in perspective

-- it's huge.

Donaldson Investing wonders:

how much


Berkshire Hathaway

( BRKA) worth, anyway?

I've been following


( TOPP) forever. It's been a nonstop value trap. Now Michael Eisner is stepping in and

buying it for $9.85 a share


Stockwinners.com believes it

found a winner





InvestorTrip lists all the


companies with

P/E ratios less than 15



user portfolio of the day

: each day or so I'll pick out a portfolio with interesting analysis. Today's has some good OTC/China picks with good analysis.

Yaser Anwar

lists the pros and cons


Sears Holdings



Information Arbitrage

digs through a trading strategy

that has consistently returned more than 20% over the past five years.

Stockerblog finds all the stocks

that pay dividends every month


StocksandBlogs writes that


(SBUX) - Get Report

is down but not out



takes a peek



(DELL) - Get Report


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