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

IBD has its latest list of CANSLIM-driven top-ranking medical stocks.


Cheap Stocks looks for all companies trading below double their net asset value.


24/7 Wall St. has Part 1 of its highly entrenched CEOs list.


NYSE releases its stocks with the largest amount of short interest.


Stockerblog uncovers one of the odder sectors in alternative energy when it identifies all flywheel energy stocks.


Seeking Alpha gives the long case for Lamar Advertising ( LAMR).


Alligator Investor believes Fairpoint Communications ( FRP) is a value play.


Modern Graham puts up its portfolio of the top 15 enterprising stocks that are trading at the lowest P/E ratios.


Blogging Stocks wonders whether the good times will last for McDonald's ( MCD).


Wired had a great story this past issue about Yahoo! ( YHOO) and now prints Yahoo's response to it.


ValuePlays thinks you don't want to miss the boat on Dow Chemical ( DOW).


Crossing Wall Street reminds of us of the miracle drug of the 20th century.


I think investing in closed-end funds is a great strategy since they usually trade at discounts to net asset value. Quant Investor finds several funds trading at double discounts.


Startup Review does a case study on Betfair, the largest online betting exchange.


Also, please check out my article today, "Trade Like Carl Icahn." Icahn has been accumulating some companies, going activist in others, and he's always interesting to follow.
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