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

The top 10 mean reversion stocks: stocks trading way below their 200-day moving average that have experienced significant insider buying.

Very interesting to see how Yahoo! ( YHOO) justified an offer to Facebook of $1 billion, which was turned down.

My favorite value-oriented hedge funds to piggyback.

Modern Graham digs deep on Pogo Producing ( PPP).

Quant Investor found the single worst mutual fund.

Survey of which video game stocks are critical this holiday season.

Peter Thiel, former PayPal founder who sold it for $1.5 billion and now runs one of the best macro hedge funds in the world, is extremely doom-and-gloom on the U.S. economy. Fortunately, we can see his top holdings and find out how he is investing in his thesis.

Information Arbitrage provides excellent analysis comparing Microsoft ( MSFT) vs. Apple ( AAPL).

Stockmasters finds a stock with ninjalike qualities.

Forget stocks -- how about $155,000 for a Velvet Underground record?

Hilary, Hilary, Hilary: Cypress Semiconductor ( CY) is a winner for 2007.

Fig Trader gives the bear case on First Marblehead ( FMD).

Fat Pitch Financials does a moat check on Pfizer ( PFE).

Child hero Mark Cuban warns us that motivation can easily lead to drowning in opportunity.
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