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Tuesday's Daily Blog Watch

The top 10 geek business myths, opportunity in Optimal Robotics, and the Borat effect.

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

Bandarlog (via Dealbook) has a graphical view of the "Borat Effect" on the

Kazakh currency

.

Think Equity believes we're in a

quiet bull market

. And here are the

quiet growth stocks

it believes will work out.

The

Top 10 Geek Business Myths

. I've seen each one of these bring people down.

Go

Ron Insana

! Good luck!

Modern Graham's

TheStreet Recommends

undervalued company of the week

.

With the new gambling laws, Microcap Speculator thinks there is

potential opportunity

in

Optimal Robotics

(OPMR)

.

BloggingStocks (owned by

Time Warner

(TWX)

) asks if Warner Brothers can find a better movie to do than "

Beerfest

."

Two fascinating closed-end funds

, shown to us by The Closed-End Funds blog.

And Niche Geek with how

online millionaires start their businesses

.

I hate to say it, but

Jeff Matthews is not making this up

. I'm afraid I agree with him on this one.

TIckerSense points out some interesting stats about the

number of days in a row

the

S&P 500

has not declined at least 1%.

Fascinating post from Brett Steenbarger on the

multiple personality of the S&P 500

.

And, speaking of

Borat

.

At the time of publication, Altucher and/or his fund had no positions in any of the stocks mentioned, although positions may change at any time.

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and

Trade Like Warren Buffett

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