Tuesday's Daily Blog Watch

Google underperforms, and stocks' buyback life preserver.
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The "QQQ Crash," which I've written about many times before, triggers this morning at the open. But even better now: The QQQQCrash Plus, also triggers..

It's surprising to see

how many of the Internet giants,

including

Google

(GOOG) - Get Report

underperformed the Nasdaq this year.

Long or Short gives the guide for

how to get an "A" on your 13D filing

.

2007 will be the year stock buybacks propel the market and clean up billions of shares of outstanding stock. Here are the top

share buybacks announced in the prior week

.

Woodrow gives a great breakdown on the

underwhelming report from Oracle

(ORCL) - Get Report

.

The

Swiss ETF offers more than just returns

.

What do Dolly Parton, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Cher and

Healthcare REITS

all have in common?

TraderFeed thinks

Value is the new Growth

.

Joe Cit

believes Forest City Enterprises (FCEA) is trading at its net asset value

.

I'm starting to wonder about this also:

Is the SEC obsolete

?

Daily Dose of Optimism wonders why

hedge funds never hedge anymore

and what it could mean for the market.

This could be interesting:

Wikipedia is planning to launch a search-engine rival to Google

.

Don't worry if you ate a lot over the holidays. Here's the ultimate cheat sheet on

the foods that heal.

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

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Trade Like a Hedge Fund

and

Trade Like Warren Buffett

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