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

Traders need volatility to make money. Here is a list of the most volatile stocks.

Paid Content has a great summary of Yahoo!'s ( YHOO) earnings call.

Paul Kedrosky provides an enlightening anecdote on how to talk like a CEO.

Business Week provides this list of six stocks that have shown a five-year history of 25%+ growth in three key fundamental categories, and are also deeply undervalued per S&P's fair value model.

Alligator Investor brings out his value analysis on a critical industrial: South Jersey Industries ( SJI).

I am not ashamed to admit that I want it.

Great post by Compete analyzing the online transaction numbers of the top retailers. Who was the winner?

You know what? I don't want to be a hater here. Good luck, Madeline Albright, and Godspeed.

Citigroup ( C)just had a huge shakeup so Equity Investment Ideas is helping us regroup with an analysis of Citigroup's business.

Value Investor Joe Cit thinks the PetMed ( PETS)correction is not a disaster.

Who is the fund manager of the year and what stocks does he own right now?

Stockerblog is taking a shine to all stocks in Puerto Rico.

Uber-activist David Nierenberg is increasing his stake and gunning for Electro Scientific ( ESIO).

I don't agree with this stance, but some people believe online video is a prelude to another Internet bubble. I believe more boom than bubble.

Notable Calls believes that MasterCard's ( MA) story continues to improve.

I'm not a fan of the peak oil theory at all -- the idea that the world has hit a peak in oil production already and it's all downhill from here. But if you believe in peak oil, or if you even think oil has bottomed after a $25 fall from the top, then you should check out my article on "Trade Like T. Boone Pickens" today. Pickens has made several hundred percent for his investors in the past few years by betting on energy companies.

Also, if you want to debate the merits of peak oil companies, or see what other people are saying, check out Stockpickr's forum on peak oil.

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