Weekend Blog Watch

How to cut a deal with H-P, why Blockbuster is broken, plus much, much more.
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24/7 Wall St

wonders

whether the fourth quarter will be as strong as other fourth quarters and looks at the stats.

Super-investor Seth Klarman's book,

Margin of Safety

goes for $800 on eBay. So it's impressive to find

someone

who reviewed it. And

here

are Klarman's current top 20 holdings.

Uber-marketer and entrepreneur Seth Godin gives some advice

on how to run a museum.

Well, it's finally happening: YouTube is

creating TV stars.

Inelegant Investor explains why

Blockbuster

(BBI) - Get Report

is

busted.

Quant Investor is

very excited about October

.

CXO Advisory thinks you should

buy risk from value investors and sell it to growth investors

.

Trader-psychologist Dr. Brett

asks whether it pays to buy market highs.

Special Situations looks at some

recent buyouts that haven't worked out

.

Great, great post from the guy who

just sold Voodoo to Hewlett-Packard. Must-read of the day

.

Equity Investment Ideas says

Goldman Sachs is on fire

.

Jim Cramer's

list

(via "Mad Money") of the top 10 retailers.

We all need

this

on a bad trading day.

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