Thursday's Blog Watch

Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs.


10Q Detective finally likes a stock: Precision Drilling ( PDS).


The good thing is that it just can't get any worse at Yahoo! ( YHOO).


Post of the day: CXO Advisory shows that combining value investing ideas with companies that are doing share repurchases is a good thing.


And speaking of which, Special Situations blog notes that Wendy's ( WEN) is about to begin a large-scale repurchase.


UTube (not YouTube) traffic surges 440%.


Hilary Kramer believes Nutraceutical International ( NUTR) will bring good health to your portfolio.


Hitwise shows the continually improving traffic stats around Wikipedia.


Information Arbitrage is getting indigestion from Chipotle ( CMG).


Modern Graham's overvalued company of the week.


Henry Blodget thinks it's time for some big changes at Yahoo!.


A good friend of mine just started a hedge fund, Keyrock Energy Partners, focused on micro-cap and small-cap energy companies. Here's a detailed portfolio of his favorite picks.


A spoof on the "Dave takes a picture of himself every day for X years."

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