Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.

ValueBlogger is skeptical that super value investor

Eddie Lampert

is buying


(BUD) - Get Report


Happy birthday,

bull market


Ticker Sense looks at what has happened in the past when

Legg Mason

(LM) - Get Report



(AA) - Get Report


missed earnings


Barington dresses

A. Schulman

(SHLM) - Get Report

down and

insists on change

. Barington is one of the best activist funds out there and has hardly had a down trade since 2001. Here are its

top stock holdings


Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert, admits that

nine out of 10 decisions

he's ever made were wrong.

Modern Graham has


(HPQ) - Get Report

as its

overvalued company of the week

. And here are its

favorite stocks

with high return on invested capital.

The Microcap Speculator is skeptical of the math

going on


NewMarket Technology



Equity Investment Ideas


Franklin Resources

(BEN) - Get Report


Inelegant Investor talks about Warren Buffett's

five most dangerous words in business


24/7 wonders if


(GOOG) - Get Report

will now

go after Facebook

. ValueBlogger believes it's a

great idea


It's here!

Chad Vader, Day Shift Manager, Episode 4

-- the ongoing saga of Darth Vader's less talented younger brother.

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Trade Like a Hedge Fund


Trade Like Warren Buffett

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