Daily Blog Watch

A clean car index, and looking at the Sun.
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TheValueBlogs.com points out the best stock ideas from the best value blogs over the past week.

Analyst-at-Large Hilary Kramer explains why

Berkshire Hathaway is a buy

.

With everyone concerned about the environment, Merrill Lynch gives us a

"Clean Car Index"

: Three stocks that will benefit from clean car technology.

Dr. Brett at TraderFeed asks the important question:

Do opening gaps tend to fill?

24/7 Wall St continues its analysis of overvalued companies by looking at

Sun Microsystems

.

I've moderated several panels at conferences this past year. Guy Kawasaki has a solid post on

how to be a great panel moderator

.

The latest numbers are out:

Google and Yahoo gain search share.

MSN and AOL lose it.

Wow!

I can't believe

how much the top domain names sold for in 2006.

The Cody Report highlights

5 stocks that will benefit

from the

Microsoft

(MSFT) - Get Report

Vista release.

With Thanksgiving coming up, Hitwise

takes a look at the top recipe sites, ranked by traffic.

Stockreply demonstrates

how Google can eventually hit $1000.

.

A lot of bears say corporate profits at all-time highs mean they can only go down. FlyOnTheWall.com

points out the flip side of that story.

I like the way they think.

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