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

One Guy's Investments attempts to find the

next

Berkshire Hathaway

(BRKA)

.

When I was a kid I loved the comic book

Secret Origins

, which explained the origins of all the superheroes. This is why I like this

secret origins post

from Footnoted.org.

I've updated the list of high-paying dividend stocks filtered with

Joel Greenblatt's Magic Formula

. The Magic Formula looks for high return-on-capital stocks with low P/E ratios.

Hilary Kramer has a knack for finding and liking

companies I've never heard of

.

My hero, Bob Parsons, writes about

John D. Rockefeller's key

to a successful business.

I think the original

Dow Jones Industrial Average

companies from 1896

, in their current incarnations, are the best investments.

Inelegant Investor not only explains why it

likes

Ampex

(AMPX)

, but ties it all together with Bing Crosby.

Marc to Market looks at

TiVo's

(TIVO) - Get Report

cash burn

.

Brett Steenbarger at Trader Feed examines what happens when you

buy an inverted yield curve

. Meanwhile, check out Steenbarger's latest book. I'm only mildly upset at Pamela, his editor, for not asking me to blurb. What, not good enough?

This falls under the category of my

life is about to change

.

Seth Godin looks at when is the

best time to start a company

.

Can

Google

(GOOG) - Get Report

diagnose

all of my diseases?

Information Arbitrage

goes crazy

about

Whole Food

(WFMI)

.

They just don't make

TV shows like this anymore

, Part 2.

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