Friday's Daily Blog Watch

Evergreen Solar's shine, a peek at Google's internal memos.
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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 Marley Group believes




bottomed out


It's always best to put money in mutual funds where the managers have a long, successful tenure. Here is a screen for

mutual funds with 15%+ annualized return

over five years with managers that have been on the job for 10 years or more.

Equity Investment Ideas turns its inquisitive eye toward


Express Scripts



Modern Graham breaks down the

overvalued company of the week


At long last! Mark Cuban's Sharesleuth finally


a second company:



. And here are Mark Cuban's

top holdings

, based on one of his blog posts.

24/7 Wall St. wonders if


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just average

at this point.

The StockMasters want to know if

Evergreen Solar



coming back


Here it is: the

top 20 properties on the Web



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, Yahoo!,


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Time Warner


, in that order.

Crossing Wall Street takes a look at the

plunging VIX


Google Blogoscoped with the secret

internal memo of company goals


Mashable shares with us the

top 10 video-sharing sites

on MySpace.

One of the most consistently successful activists, David Nierenberg,

raises his stake


Electro Scientific Industries

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. Here are Nierenberg's

top holdings


Special Situations believes we have a

special value play


BancInsurance Corporation



By far, the

best Google mashup

I've seen. My town is 42% Democrat, with 184 people per square mile and an air quality index of 68.

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