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Ticker Sense shows graphically how the Dow is really the only index to hit an all-time high; the rest have a ways to go.

Dr. Brett at TraderFeed shows statistically that it might not be a good idea to short a rising market.

Forbes has a great article on how activist hedge fund Santa Monica Partners is going after deep value play Warwick Valley Telephone ( WWVY) and other small-caps. They've been up an average 16% a year since 1987. Take a look at Santa Monica's activist situations.

Beyond VC has 10 questions every entrepeneur should ask.

Bill, aka NoDoodahs reviews the classic Reminiscences of a Stock Operator.

Fat Pitch Financials looks at the moat around Building Materials Holding Corp. ( BMHC).

Equity Investment Ideas analyzes Starbucks ( SBUX).

Uh-oh. UTube vs YouTube.

Thomas Hawk wonders if Facebook is worth as much as YouTube.

Seeking Alpha says you can't blame Yahoo!'s problems on the real estate ad market.

Stocks-and-Blogs thinks people are ignoring the MySpace Factor when coming up with a value for News Corp. ( NWS).

Morgan Stanley ( MS) is scooping up shares in The New York Times ( NYT). And this might be why.

SmartMoney had a great screen for stocks that have had earnings estimates raised recently.

Don't miss The Stock Market Report by Monty Python.


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