Thursday's Daily Blog Watch

Playing global warming, and why pricey oil will make us thin.
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Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.

Long/short hedge fund Zetta Capital shares its

entire portfolio

, longs and shorts, and why.

Venture capitalist and former Netscape General Manager Jeremy Liew gives his

consumer Internet predictions for 2007

.

Creative post of the day: Here are all the stocks for companies that pay their CEO's

$1 a year

. And it's a pretty solid group.

Freeway Capital likes the only publicly traded company that trades

carbon credits

. Perhaps the only pure play on global warming.

10Q Detective is wondering whether

Sirius

(SIRI) - Get Report

should just

reverse stock split

.

Alt Energy Stocks gives the lowdown on

the future of alternative fuels

.

Yahoo!

(YHOO)

extends its string of A+ micro-acquisitions. First delicio.us and flickr. Now

MyBlogLog

. Incidentally, if you check out MyBlogLog,

add me as a contact

.

Crossing Wall Street presents a graphical description of how well

small-caps

have done vs. every other category.

If you've ever wanted to own your own

vineyard

, ET Stock Ideas has found an amazing public company for you:

Willamette Valley Vineyard

(WVVI) - Get Report

. And here is

ET's portfolio

of longs, shorts, and the reason for each pick.

Freakonomics has an interesting theory about how the high price of oil will

make Americans skinnier

.

And along those lines, here's the master list of all

ethanol-related stocks

that one can use to play that theory.

Wow, I had no idea infamous analyst Henry "

Amazon

(AMZN) - Get Report

to 400" Blodget

has a book out

.

This

has to be the dumbest experiment I've ever read about.

Please also check out my article this morning on the

S&P Dividend Aristocrats

-- the high-yielding

S&P 500

stocks that also stand out fundamentally from their peers.

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