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It's time to check in on the
. Get ready for the squeezes on
Big Ben consistently does the blogs I wish I had written:
that he believes are cheap.
security software forever. So why not check out
the house that John McAfee now owns
from the payments I've been sending him?
This is a great portfolio:
? They'll go up
Alarm Clock profiles the
$100 million domain-name mogul
. He owns god.com, satan.com and the entire Internet presence of the country of Cameroon.
GigaOm analyzes why (other than for pure love)
, the company run by Sergey Brin's wife.
Unusual stocks of the day:
, suggesting a possible breakout, and stocks with
, suggesting somebody is breaking the law and knows something you and I don't.
Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett's right-hand man, is sometimes hard to understand, but I'll link to this anyway: Check out
. What are they checking? I don't know, but it still looks interesting.
StocksandBlogs.com is taking a stand -- here are its
. Nos. 1 and 2 are
Chris Anderson, author of the excellent book
The Long Tail
, just announced his
, and I think I really like it.
OptionsMonster offers its favorite
The art of selling short by
(say that 10 times fast) Jim Chanos.
Israeli stock specialist Israel Newsletter checks out
And, if you missed it, here are
Also, now that Cramer is done with doing the Imus spot on
for a while, I bet he will be
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