Wednesday's Blog Watch

Looking into the future at Oracle, and Merrill Lynch's top 10.
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Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.

Merrill Lynch's

top 10 picks for 2007

.

And 24/7 Wall St.

disagrees

with some of the choices.

Google Blogoscoped tracks

Google's

(GOOG) - Get Report

changing

views on censorship

through the decades.

Given the unrest in the Thai market, it's worth being aware of all of the

global equity ETFs

which might be affected.

Ask.com is the

little search engine that could

.

Canada vs. America:

Canadian royalty trusts vs. American royalty trusts

. Which is better?

One of the odder

help-wanted ads

I've ever seen.

Fly On The Wall believes

Oracle

(ORCL) - Get Report

is a

bargain

here.

Bumblebee Biotech updates its holdings and analysis of

favorite biotech stocks

.

Alt Energy Stocks gives the lowdown on

coal-to-liquids stocks

.

Great post: Stockmarket Beat uses the

PPI numbers

to come up with some stock picks.

Average Joe believes if you like

Suntech

(STP)

then you might like

this stock

.

AdAge has the

top 10 Internet acquisitions of 2006

. I agree with numbers 1, 2, 4 and 10.

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