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Weekend Blog Watch

A new view of how the Dow is beating the other indices, shorting a rising market and 10 questions.

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

Ticker Sense shows graphically how the

Dow

is really the

only index to hit an all-time high; the rest have a ways to go

.

Dr. Brett at TraderFeed shows statistically that it might not be a good idea

to short a rising market

.

Forbes

has a great article on how activist hedge fund Santa Monica Partners is going after deep value play

Warwick Valley Telephone

(WWVY)

and other small-caps. They've been up an average 16% a year since 1987. Take a look at

Santa Monica's activist situations

.

TheStreet Recommends

Beyond VC has 10 questions

every entrepeneur should ask

.

Bill, aka NoDoodahs reviews the classic

Reminiscences of a Stock Operator

.

Fat Pitch Financials looks at the moat around

Building Materials Holding Corp.

(BMHC)

.

Equity Investment Ideas

analyzes Starbucks

(SBUX) - Get Starbucks Corporation Report

.

Uh-oh.

UTube vs YouTube

.

Thomas Hawk wonders if

Facebook is worth as much as YouTube

.

Seeking Alpha says

you can't blame Yahoo!'s problems on the real estate ad market

.

Stocks-and-Blogs thinks people are ignoring

the MySpace Factor

when coming up with a value for

News Corp.

(NWS) - Get News Corporation Class B Report

.

Morgan Stanley

(MS) - Get Morgan Stanley (MS) Report

is

scooping up shares

in

The New York Times

(NYT) - Get New York Times Company Class A Report

. And

this might be why

.

SmartMoney

had a great screen for

stocks that have had earnings estimates raised recently

.

Don't miss

The Stock Market Report

by Monty Python.

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At the time of publication, Altucher and/or his fund had no positions in the stocks mentioned, although positions may change at any time.

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Trade Like a Hedge Fund

and

Trade Like Warren Buffett

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