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

If housing's at a bottom, mortgage real estate investment trusts, with their huge dividends, will take off.

Compete takes a look at the top 20 Web sites ranked not by traffic, but by time spent at the site, and the results are fascinating.

Dah Hui David points to Warren Buffett's favorite stock in 1951.

DealBreaker summarizes Carl Icahn's views on the dollar and what it could mean for stocks.

RealMoney contributor (and Stockpickr member) David Merkel shows us where he's finding his high-quality bond investments.

Great post by Ticker Sense charting the historical P/E ratios of every Dow stock.

With oil all over the place, it might be worth looking at coal. Here's a list of major coal stocks.

Finding Cents gives its two cents on the breakup of Tyco ( TYC).

The "I'm jealous" post of the day: Searchblog interviews Excite founder Joe Kraus, who also just sold his latest company, JotSpot, to Google.

Stockerblog notes that a penny right now might have an implicit 400% return if melted down.

Sham Gad describes in detail a visit Warren Buffett recently made where he describes the value he's finding in Korea.

TickerSense looks all the way through the 20th century to find the other times the S&P 500 has been up eight months in a row.

Social network of the day: Geni is growing like wildfire.
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