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Wednesday's Blog Watch

Pfizer's diagnosis, and switched-on Cypress Semiconductor.

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

The

top 10 mean reversion stocks

: stocks trading way below their 200-day moving average that have experienced significant insider buying.

Very interesting to see how

Yahoo!

(YHOO)

justified an offer to

Facebook

of $1 billion, which was turned down.

My favorite

value-oriented hedge funds

to piggyback.

Modern Graham

digs deep

on

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Quant Investor found the

single worst mutual fund

.

Survey of which

video game stocks

are critical this holiday season.

Peter Thiel, former PayPal founder who sold it for $1.5 billion and now runs one of the best macro hedge funds in the world, is extremely doom-and-gloom on the U.S. economy. Fortunately, we can see his

top holdings

and find out how he is investing in his thesis.

Information Arbitrage provides excellent analysis comparing

Microsoft

(MSFT)

vs.

Apple

(AAPL)

.

Stockmasters finds a stock with

ninjalike qualities

.

Forget stocks -- how about $155,000 for a

Velvet Underground record

?

Hilary, Hilary, Hilary:

Cypress Semiconductor

(CY)

is a

winner for 2007

.

Fig Trader gives the

bear case

on

First Marblehead

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.

Fat Pitch Financials does a

moat check

on

Pfizer

(PFE)

.

Child hero Mark Cuban warns us that motivation can easily lead to

drowning in opportunity

.

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