Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.
Dealbreaker gives the full roundup on
Amaranth's meltdown. I believe, however, that there's going to be gems in
Amaranth's stock portfolio when the carnage is over (which is theprimary reason this story is still newsworthy to me).
Where Is The Yield blog is
24/7 Wall Street asks if
the No. 1 biotech.
Cheap Stocks is getting
frustrated with one of its cheaper stocks.
From Beyond VC, a nice summary of how
globalization can affect the U.S. economy.
Luka's Trading Diary has a
good analysis on
. MarcLichtenfeld of
recently had an
of Aspreva as well.
ValueBlogger continues his summary of the
from Warren Buffett's early hedge fund years.
growth is sustainable.
bullish bullet points on
from Controlled Greed.
The domain name bandwagon keeps rolling. They paid
this for templates.com? Why didn't I register these things in 1992? (In fact, this post qualifies for my "extreme jealousy" tag.)
BloggingStocks cautions that
might be trouble for
analysis by Crossing Wall Street of
Bed Bath & Beyond
Hitwise notes graphically how
search terms involving spinach spiked after therecall. This is useful information for search engine marketers.
Investment ideas gives a
bullish take on
This is the most amazing
I've ever seen.
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