Weekend Blog Watch

A pure play in diesel, and Google as media company.
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Super investor Ken Fisher's latest holdings.

10Q Detective thinks there should be

some more meat and less cheese


Red Robin Gourmet's

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Alt Energy Stocks writes about the only

pure play in biodiesel,




Forrester Research wonders whether

social networks can sell more beer

. They focus on


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attempt at social networking.

BloggingStocks is not sure whether a combined

XMSR/SIRI is even good for consumers


Alphaville points out

Warren Buffett's recent criticism of hedge fund fees


GigaOm asks,



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really a media company?"

With over $30 billion spent each year on weight loss products and 300,000 deaths in the U.S. attributable to obesity each year, it's worth checking the stocks that make up the

Obesity Index


Crossing Wall Street demonstrates the

astrological reasons

for the recent market decline.

The latest

low-priced NYSE stocks


Dealbreaker has a nice way of

putting the market plunge in perspective.

Fat Pitch Financials shares some insights into

Warren Buffett's latest letter to shareholders

, released Thursday.

When the markets plunge like they did this week, it's natural to believe things are wrong with the markets, the economy, etc. Margin of Safety provides some

comfort amid this doom and gloom


Paul Kedrosky homes in on some

impressive new stats




Panama service.

SearchBlog breaks out the details on

Google's 10K


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