Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.
I swear I'm going to catch up with all of Jim Cramer's responses on
. Today, he talks about
Well, it's true, and if you don't believe me
is the best-performing
Time to check out the snapback plays. Here are some of the stocks on the
And here are the
. Some of these stocks are going to be home runs.
The Talented Blonde has some
to share with us from her trip to the MAGIC Apparel Convention in Las Vegas this week.
Ten million obese Americans. That's no small joke. It costs the U.S. $30 billion in lost productivity. Here are the
I thought they were supposed to be good numbers, so
OK, we know the
Research In Motion
rumor is only a rumor. But let's have some fun:
Fund My Mutual Fund with the
Israel Newsletter has the best
Israeli back-to-school stocks
Please Stop Steve Jobs!
. Tears are welling in my eyes as I write this:
Don't let it happen!
the one public company in the history of the universe that makes flying saucers.
Sramana Mitra, uber-entrepeneur and
super positive on WedMD
Well, the season is over. And it was a beautiful thing. Now to wrap it up, Bespoke has the
And finally, in support of Labor, here are
as we continue to rebuild the world.
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