Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.
Private billionaire Percy Walker takes a look at
turned its stock symbol upside down
This is what I'm talking about! Quietly,
is starting to dominate in
(uhh, except search).
David Merkel is just a genius. If you haven't read his stuff on
, you have to do it. To the powers-that-be at
: please let people read David Merkel for free for just one week. In the meantime,
Eric Savitz gives the breakdown on why
Can we just get over it and give
I have a bet going. How many days in a row will Hilary Kramer
? There are 8,000 public companies and I must know at least some of them. How many days in a row can this go on? Hilary Kramer is like the Joe DiMaggio of the unknown-stock world.
Unusual stocks of the day:
, And stocks with
. These are all potential breakout plays.
Quant Investor checks out
oddball China finance company
The problem with this house is that
By the way, if you haven't done so, check out
and join it.
Also, we're keeping track of the number of portfolios on Stockpickr. You can see how many we have by going to the
. I'm hoping we hit 100,000 by August 15, but we'll see.
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