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Weekend Blog Watch

No top yet in hedge funds, railroads on track and more.
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Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.

Omid

cherrypicks

the

Powershares Buyback Achievers

(PKW) - Get Report

exchange-traded fund to find the best companies buying back their stock in the open market.

Stockerblog believes the

railroad stocks are on track

and provides a summary for each one.

The Peridot Capitalist tells us

why he doesn't think

the

Fortress

(FIG)

IPO is a top in hedge funds.

BamBam finds the

highest-yielding Magic Formula stocks

.

InvestorIdeas gives

five reasons

to buy

American Express

(AXP) - Get Report

.

Super VC Guy Kawasaki gives some tips on how to determine if your

boss is an fill in the blank

.

Value Investing World believes

Cryptologic

(CRYP)

is kryptonite for efficient market theorists

.

24/7 Wall Street

gives a breakup value

for

Duke Energy

(DUK) - Get Report

that's much higher than its current value.

Crossing Wall Street points out an interesting new

Internet millionaire

.

HipMojo breaks down

News Corp.'s

(NWS) - Get Report

Fox Interactive Media revenue

.

Seeking Alpha gives a summary of

same-store sales in January for all the big retailers

.

Kaufman believes

NutriSystem

(NTRI) - Get Report

is undervalued here

.

Alligator Investor

gives his usual inscrutable lowdown

on

Whole Foods

(WFMI)

.

Stocks and Blogs believes

Omniture

(OMTR)

is worth a strong look here

.

MockPortfolio

makes a list of industries

that are dominated by only two companies.

And check back Sunday on

RealMoney

for a new regular feature: the weekly

Barron's

roundup.

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and

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