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Weekend Blog Watch

What if Google bought Yahoo!?; Amgen analysis, and how can a stock be 112% owned?
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Why and what for today's 52-week low list.

Paul Kedrosky points out an interesting

Google

(GOOG) - Get Report

filing where they

half-seriously mention

what would happen if they bought

Yahoo!

(YHOO)

or

Microsoft

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.

The latest top

shorted NYSE stocks

.

Dash of Insight gives

a great analysis

of

Amgen

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.

Our very own David Merkel

wins the "best legal disclaimer" award

for his blog.

Notable Calls summarizes all the

analyst color on Google's numbers

.

Warren Buffett responds to a fascinating question posed to him by

fund manager Shai Dardashti

.

Screen of the day:

Top Five Indian stocks in the U.S.

: Indian stocks with heavy growth that trade for less than a 1 P/E/G.

Crossing Wall Street does

a mini case study

of

Advanced Micro Devices

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.

Compete.com points out that based on the search traffic,

ultimate fighting

is the sixth most popular sport in the U.S.

Stockerblog notes some stocks with, oddly,

more than 100% institutional ownership

and is confused on how that's even possible. For instance,

Avid Technology

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is 112% owned by institutions.

What does

Wal-Mart

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need to do

to be considered a growth stock again

?

Stocks trading the furthest below their

50-day moving average

.

Which is similar to a precondition for Stockpickr's

mean-reversion system

, except we use the 200-day moving average.

Dr. Brett discusses the

most common problem traders face

.

Cramer's portfolios of the week

.

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and

Trade Like Warren Buffett

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