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

The Stockmasters gives its Pulp Fiction Index, Part 3.

I have about 400-500 blogs on my scanlist when preparing each Blog Watch. Here are my top 100 favorite finance and investing blogs. I plan on updating the list regularly, so please send me your favorite new ones, old ones or updates.

Special Situations believes Jamba Juice ( SVI) might be worth drinking.

Stock Rumors believes Check Point Software ( CHKP - Get Report) could be a buyout candidate.

Bloggingstocks speculates that now is the time to jump into fallen tech company Applied Micro Circuits ( AMCC).

ET Stock Ideas breaks down Posco ( PKX - Get Report). And here are ET's favorite small-cap picks.

Cheap Stocks updates his list of 10 companies trading below net asset value.

The Average Joe wants to know if True Religion ( TRLG) is a sinner.

The best ideas from the Value Investing Congress.

The Microcap Speculator is taking a look at Paragon Technologies ( PTG). Microcap has also updated its portfolio of favorite micro-cap picks.

Compete.com analyzes the search stats to see who is the best jam band ever.

Main Street Stocks believes the airlines might finally be worth a look.

Nothing is better than YouTube.

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