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


Quietly, despite all the fuss about Bill Miller and other great mutual fund investors, little-known Wasatch Microcap Fund has been the best performing mutual fund over the past 10 years, returning 23% a year on average.

Here are its top holdings right now.


Great idea: Yahoo! ( YHOO) should let Google ( GOOG) sell its ads.


Cheap Stocks unwraps Tootsie Roll ( TR).


24/7 Wall St. gives the lowdown on what is going on with the newspaper industry.


Crossing Wall Street reveals the biggest secret on Wall Street.


If you think the Democrats have a chance at winning, here's an index of stem-cell stocks that might benefit.


Another post from Naked Shorts where a picture says 1,000 words. And actually, if those shoes were black, I would buy a pair.


Equity Investment Ideas takes a comprehensive look at Sears ( SHLD).


Controlled Greed hones in on another cash-rich company.


Alt Energy Stocks believes hydrogen is a long-term story, and has the perfect stock to play it.


Blast from the past: the oldest dot-com domains. Symbolics.com was the first dot-com registered. I believe it went out of business, but I last used one of its machines in 1988.


Folksonomy interviews John Battelle, founder of Federated Media, which I believe will be the next significant acquisition or Internet IPO.


Early Stage VC wants to know what is Google's next target?

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