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10Q Detective finally

likes

a stock:

Precision Drilling

(PDS) - Get Report

.

The good thing is that it just

can't get any worse

at

Yahoo!

(YHOO)

.

Post of the day: CXO Advisory shows that combining

value investing ideas

with companies that are doing share repurchases is a good thing.

And speaking of which, Special Situations blog notes that

Wendy's

(WEN) - Get Report

is about to begin a

large-scale repurchase

.

UTube

(not YouTube) traffic surges 440%.

Hilary Kramer believes

Nutraceutical International

(NUTR)

will bring

good health

to your portfolio.

Hitwise shows the

continually improving traffic stats

around Wikipedia.

Information Arbitrage is

getting indigestion

from

Chipotle

(CMG) - Get Report

.

Modern Graham's

overvalued company of the week

.

Henry Blodget thinks it's time for some

big changes

at Yahoo!.

A good friend of mine just started a hedge fund, Keyrock Energy Partners, focused on micro-cap and small-cap energy companies. Here's a

detailed portfolio

of his favorite picks.

A

spoof

on the "Dave takes a picture of himself every day for X years."

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and

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