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Great graphical look by Ticker Sense of the stocks with the most interesting
more active on
, according to 13D Tracker.
This is fascinating, but it would make me paranoid. Still, it's amazing what
are out there.
WisdomTree has been getting a lot of buzz on their new ETFs and I'vebeen following the story closely (RealMoney's Roger Nusbaum
looked at them yesterday). NakedShorts looks at the addition of
Arthur Levitt to the team.
Fat Pitch asks if
big fat pitch.
Value Discipline looks at all the
changes in Buffett's portfolio according to his latest filings.
and gives three stock picks to exploit it.
Crossing Wall Street looks at the
impact of the yield curve on stock prices.
In the jealous category, Barry Diller pays $20 million plus for
CollegeHumor.com. The reason I'm jealous is not because of the money, but because those guys have had the time of their lives putting that business together. That's very rare.
Communicate.com just sold wrestling.com for $500,000. Now boxing.com is
for sale. The domain business will never end. (Speaking of which, I'll be on GoDaddy.com CEO Bob Parson's radio show tonight at 10:10 p.m. EDT on Sirius channel 102, and tape delay on channel 171/XM.
Confused Capitalist offers yet another look at
why value stocks rule.
When will the
10Q Detective asks if
has been all over the Internet. Apparently he was waiting for a computer game to load and was getting impatient. I just hope he never turns into a daytrader.