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How to cut a deal with H-P, why Blockbuster is broken, plus much, much more.

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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


who reviewed it. And


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

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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


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

We all need


on a bad trading day.

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