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The 'other Oracle of Omaha,' women-run hedge funds and the paperless myth.
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The "other Oracle of Omaha," deep-value investor Wally Weitz announced several new top holdings for his value-based mutual funds.

Summary by 24/7 Wall St of some (but not all)

of the top financial websites

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Big Ben thinks

these healthcare stocks

might benefit from the Democrat success.

The Casual Analyst has

a great analysis

of Chinese gaming company,

The9

(NCTY) - Get Report

.

Dealbreaker looks at the latest gimmick in hedge funds:

a fund of women-run hedge funds

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Donaldson Investing uses his Dividend Valuation Model to demonstrate

that the market is still undervalued

.

If the market tanks, I like

stocks with high short ratios that also have high insider buying to counteract the shorts

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Footnoted looks at where ex-government bigwigs

go when they are put out to pasture

.

Hilary Kramer thinks

American Israeli Paper

(AIP)

is

interesting but risky

.

Updated list:

Closed-end funds trading at the largest discount to their net asset value

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Equity Investment Ideas

looks at the catalysts

that make

Cisco

(CSCO) - Get Report

a buy.

I loved Atari when I was a kid. My kids love Chuck E. Cheese. And now, from the creator of both of those companies,

his latest public company, uWink

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Goldman Sachs thinks

Priceline is worth $49

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Interesting post from Paul Kedrosky pointing out

the myth of the paper-less society

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

James Altucher is a managing partner at Formula Capital, an alternative asset management firm that runs several quantitative-based hedge funds as well as a fund of hedge funds. He is also the author of

Trade Like a Hedge Fund

and

Trade Like Warren Buffett

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