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24/7 Wall Street asks if Facebook is really worth $1 billion. If it is, then I'm jealous.


Value Blogger presents part 3 of an analysis of the early Buffett letters. And here are Buffett's current top 20 holdings.


Since the book Market Wizards and the interview with Mark Cook, I've been intrigued by the NYSE Tick Indicator. Trader Feed apparently has been as well.


What's the story these days with Evergreen Solar ( ESLR)?


Value Discipline looks at investment ideas around Thailand.


Inelegant Investor thinks Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ) is still too dangerous to own.


Closed-end funds blog details an intriguing trade that is starting to appear.


Keep up to date! The OED adds new words.


Where Is The Yield analyzes the ETF Claymore/Zacks Yield Hog ( CVY).


Hilary Kramer wants to find the natural pick in natural gas.


Quant Investor finds two interesting homeland security plays.


Has Boston Scientific ( BSX) finally hit bottom?


Cheerios could be the new growth story.


Social network of the day.


Well, I guess my record has been broken.
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