Friday's Blog Watch

The members of the $500 Club, a finance reading list and a Blockbuster of an insider buy.
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Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.

The 12 stocks that have the greatest tendency, on average

to rise in the week after Black Friday

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Henry Blodget, ex-"AMZN to 400" analyst, thinks we should now

be very afraid of AOL's new CEO

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With

Google

(GOOG) - Get Report

cruising past $500, it's interesting to look at

the only other stocks in the $500 club

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Special Situations examines

Samsonite's special dividend

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Equity investment Ideas takes a look at

Electronic Arts

(ERTS)

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Bumblebee Biotech gives us his

latest biotech portfolio, with analysis

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The Stockmasters wonders what's

going on at the Gap

(GPS) - Get Report

.

24/7 Wall St has

Nvidia on their "most overvalued" list

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The Kirk Report has a Christmas reading list:

his 100 favorite finance books

. But are my three books really that bad?

TechCrunch brings us the Blogger Wars:

Jason Calacanis vs. Gawker's Nick Denton

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Street Insider points us to a recent insider buy

from Blockbuster's CEO

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Ticker Sense gives us a platter of

Thanksgiving market-related statistics

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For nostalgic value:

an archived version of the very first Web page

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At the time of publication, Altucher and/or his fund had no positions in any of the stocks mentioned in this column, although positions may change at any time.

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Trade Like Warren Buffett

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