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

Well, the year is only three weeks old, but here are the best-performing S&P 500 stocks of 2007 and the worst.


Stockerblog keeps track of all the public adult-industry stocks.


Prince Al-Waleed made billions buying Citigroup ( C)and AOL stock in the '90s. Here are all his holdings right now.


Seekng Alpha reports on why Amazon ( AMZN) might be a buy here.


Henry Blodget hopes the article in Wired might be signaling a bottom for Yahoo! ( YHOO).


Fat Pitch Financials believes Microsoft ( MSFT) might be worth even more than it was before.


Reuters' Erik Dellith finds two stocks for baby boomers: Goldman Sachs ( GS) and Nicholas Financial ( NICK).


All companies with HIV drugs in the pipeline.


To be honest, if it comes in black, I might buy it.


A Dash of Insights has second thoughts about the " third years in a presidential cycle always go up" pattern.


The Peridot Capitalist believes oil is at a bottom and, I hate to say it, I agree.


Quirky post of the day: If the Google ( GOOG) page were black, it would save 3,000 megawatts a year.


Naked Shorts points out the connection between the top 40 performing hedge funds and Russia.


Owning Western Union ( WU) is like wiring money into your bank account, according to mega-analyst-at-large Hilary Kramer.


And please check out my column on the top 10 potential short squeezes.


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