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Wednesday's Daily Blog Watch

YouTube goes to Google China, the next move for Yahoo!, and why Irish eyes are smiling.

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

Hilary Kramer doesn't hold back on


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when she says she'd rather

buy the food

than the stock.

ModernGraham gives us its list of

15 favorite value stocks

trading at low P/E ratios.

Crossing Wall Street shares the

two stocks

it's currently keeping an eye on. notes some

unusual 8-K behavior


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People were surprised when former


head Ed Breeden started an activist fund. Now he

discloses his first target


Think Equity looks for

opportunity in Ireland


What does the YouTube deal mean for

Google China


Blogging Stocks wonders if



is now under the gun

after losing YouTube


Equity Investment Ideas analyzes the

tobacco industry


Uber-macro investor Mobius believes

North Korea is no big deal


We've already heard a lot about YouTube from Mark Cuban. But what about the other

co-founder of

, Todd Wagner?

Seeking Alpha believes


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artificially high


Forbes bottom-fishes the

tech IPOs


They just don't make commercials

like this


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