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

CXO Advisory demonstrates an unusual trading strategy: buy companies that

contribute significantly

to political candidates.

Forbes

Nov. 13 issue has an

article

"Gadgets We Love," its favorite gadgets going into the Christmas season. Here are the

stocks

for each gadget.

Hilary Kramer is going out on a limb by saying

Global-Tech Appliances

(GAI)

is

a double

.

Information Abitrage explains why

Procter & Gamble

(PG)

is now a

Web 2.0

company.

One picture

says it all: no book review necessary.

The stock market

taste test

:

Coke

(KO)

vs.

Pepsi

(PEP)

Activist Fund Fine Capital

raises its stake

in

Radio One

undefined

. And here are all of Fine's

top holdings

.

Ticker Sense previews what all the decision markets are saying

about the elections

.

Special Situations is keeping an eye on

Altria's

(MO)

spinoff

of

Kraft

( KFT).

Will you

be missed

?

Jeff Matthews is not making this up when he says

Microsoft

(MSFT)

might not be a

real Internet company

.

Yesterday

I showed Yale's top holdings. It's interesting to compare that with

Harvard's top holdings

.

Jealous post of the day:

Google

(GOOG)

buys JotSpot

, and I still can't figure out what it does.

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and

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