Monday's Daily Blogwatch

Checking Dell holdings, and a cheap pineapple play.
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I once ran into someone from MSD Capital (Michael Dell's holding company) who told me whenever Dell sells stock in Dell (DELL) - Get Report, they get another $300 million to invest. Here is MSD Capital's holdings. The guy loves his pancakes.

Equity Investment Ideas gives a

five-minute tutorial on how to value a company.

Cheap Stocks thinks

pineapples alone value

Maui Land and Pineapple

(MLP) - Get Report

at higher than its current stock price.

My favorite

value-oriented mutual funds.

The current top 12

merger arbitrage situations

.

Great post: Stockberlog models

Apple's

(AAPL) - Get Report

stock price historically

whenever there's been a Macworld Expo

.

Jealous post of the day:

Why didn't I buy vodka.com?

Compete looks at the search logs to compare

XMSR vs SIRI

.

Forget the iPhone:

check out Google Phone

.

Guzzo the Contrarian finds a

merger arb play

in

South Street Financial

(SSFC)

.

Rough Type notices that for $10

you can have your own IT department

.

In the category of Secret Origins: how mild-mannered Om Malike became

mega-blog company GigaOm

. And how Rafat Ali became

Paid Content

. This is like an episode of "Heroes," my current favorite TV show.

Would you pay more than $2 million for

this thousand dollar bill?

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