Tuesday's Daily Blog Watch

Winners/losers in YouTube deal, Buffett buys USG, and taps for the traditional VC model.
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Mark Cuban still thinks

Google

(GOOG) - Get Report

is crazy

.

GigaOm talks about the

winners and loses

in the Google-YouTube deal. There's a voyeuristic fascination in figuring out how much these guys made.

Warren Buffett

raises his stake

in

USG

(USG)

to 19.9%. For a full list of Buffett's top 20 holdings,

click here

.

This

is the most amazing thing I've seen today, even more so than all this Google-YouTube stuff.

Ant & Sons thinks Google's

next acquisition

is

Level 3

(LVLT)

.

What does the

inverted yield curve

really mean for the stock market?

How much does the stock market go up

during earnings season

as opposed to outside of earnings season?

Modern Graham checks out the

undervalued company of the week

.

Uber-VC Fred Wilson asks if the

traditional VC model is dead

.

10Q Detective

spies on

Clorox

(CLX) - Get Report

.

IBD gives its highest-ranking

high-dividend stocks

.

Make your own

Jackson Pollock painting

.

The

YouTube founders

made a YouTube video about being bought by Google.

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