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Tuesday's Daily Blog Watch

Google underperforms, and stocks' buyback life preserver.

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)

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)

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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.

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