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

The 41-year-old newsletter IQ Trends is consistently among the best. They focus on solid dividend yields. Their Lucky 13 has returned 17.82% since 2000. Here's the Lucky 13 for 2007.

Breakout Performance throws up an interesting "Plan B" for Yahoo! ( YHOO).

Dividend Money surveys the 2006 dividend landscape. Who raised what and why?

Jim Cramer is always talking about buying the "best of breed" stocks. Richard Allen identifies his "best of breed" for every sector and invites your input.

Dealbreaker wonders whether James Chanos is a genius short-seller or just politically connected.

I cannot believe these guys are getting funding to start a hedge fund. That makes me upset.

Stealth Stocks newsletter picks one stock every month based on fundamentals and technicals. Here are his picks from the past several months and why.

Ticker Sense, in its usual concise fashion, gives us the cheat sheet for the next earnings season.

Ummm, Cisco ( CSCO) seems pretty upset about Apple's ( AAPL) iPhone.

She loves popcorn, soda and movies. Hilary Kramer is into Regal Entertainment Group ( RGC).

On the Radar breaks it down on Honda.

Seeking Alpha gives some reasons Steve Jobs should resign.

24/7 puts a $36 midyear price target on Microsoft ( MSFT).

Ubertrader David Neubert believes Exxon Mobil ( XOM) is the most evil and overpriced of the oil companies.

And check out my article this morning on stocks that are going to benefit from the fact that domain name prices are going higher and higher. Sex.com for $12 million, vodka.com for $3 million -- what stocks might benefit?

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