Editor's note: Every morning, James Altucher presents the most timely, topical posts from the Web's best business blogs. To access some of these stories, registration or a subscription may be required. Please check the individual links for the site's policy. The caring and treatment of Alzheimer's costs $100 billion annually. So whoever can come up with a cure is going to win big. Here are the eight companies closest to a cure. Under the Counter has a great interview with "Fast Money" TV star and pit trader Eric Bolling. I made a portfolio of the best Takeover Targets: companies with growing earnings that are trading for less than 5 times cash flows. Footnoted is handing out gold stars to the two companies that are bending over backwards to do the right thing when it comes to CEO compensation: E*Trade ( ETFC) and Keithley ( KEI). Notable Calls provides some color on Motorola's ( MOT) warning. Rough Type is skeptical of Bill Gates' plan to put a robot in every home. Peter Lynch loved using the PEG method to pick good stocks that are not receiving credit from the market for strong growth. ECI shares his favorite low-PEG stocks and why he thinks they're growing faster than the market is giving them credit for. The Peridot Capitalist lays out how to play the online DVD stocks. Think Secret reviews the 13 new lawsuits that involve Apple ( AAPL). Paul Kedrosky reminds us what the top tech predictions were for ... 1995. Blogging Stocks discusses why Time Warner ( TWX) is making new highs. Whatever happened to comedian Yahoo Serious (of Young Einstein fame), and why did he sue Yahoo! ( YHOO)? Now that everybody has an iPod, here are 20 Tools to Make your Ipod Better. And after this holiday season, I really need to make use of that ipodGym they mention. Jason Calacanis, formerly of Netscape.com, points out the best blog ever.