Bill Miller from Legg Mason has beaten the S&P 500 for 15 years running. Uh-oh.
ValueBlogger.com makes its debut with a comprehensive analysis of why Wal-Mart is in deep value territory now.
When did EarthLink get so cool?
A lot of people are saying that earnings reports coming next week may balance out the pressure on the markets being caused by geopolitical risks. The Peridot Capitalist questions if this is true.
Ticker Sense takes a poll to determine what geopolitical risks people are most worried about.
If it's oil you are worried about, Daily Dose of Optimism will help alleviate that concern.
Paul Allen (the lesser), a venture capitalist based in Utah, points out that Yahoo! Finance is often wrong on issues as important as market cap.
The Million Dollar Portfolio reviews the
Speaking of Paul Allen (the lesser), this recent post describes 11 recent VC investments his firm has made and an interesting approach that one of them took, using Craigslist to promote their products. I am intrigued by this idea because of an experiment I'm conducting, the details of which will be forthcoming in a month or so.
The Allen & Company conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, is going full force. Deal Book discusses how this is almost like a coming-out party for YouTube founder Chad Hurley. CBS CEO Les Moonves is making all the right moves.
Freakonomics nitpicks the New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. Thank god they don't read my articles.
Barry Ritholtz has a surprisingly diverse fan base.
Google Blogoscoped links to Google's latest patents. Transportation routing sounds interesting, if not scary. So they will track everything I do and everywhere I go and then tell me the best way to do it?
Speaking of Google (and Yahoo!), I wish I owned this and this.
Oh my god. The clip with the bear (about 1 minute in) is hysterical.