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

On Friday, I did a segment on CNBC: "On the Money in a Minute." A timer counted down 60 seconds while I gave as many stock picks as possible. Here are the stocks I picked.

Exactly how does Apple ( AAPL - Get Report) make money from the iPhone?

Medarex and another stock land on the System Trades of the Day for today.

Stockerblog maps out the top beverages (coffee, milk, etc.) vs. the Dow.

Controlled Greed points to some cheap closed-end funds.

Financial Skeptic is skeptical that China finance company Xinhua Finance is making the right moves.

Top Warren Buffett stocks with low PEG ratios.

F Wall Street tells us how to value financials here and gives us Merrill Lynch as an example.

Mark Cuban is inspiring some controversy with his view that the Internet is dead and boring.

Here are the top 10 short squeezes: stocks with high insider buying and high short interest.

The top stocks ranked by short interest.

According to Donaldson Capital, Barclays ( BCS) is cheap right here.

Don't lump together Lowe's ( LOW - Get Report) and Home Depot ( HD - Get Report). Lowe's stands out.

Sramana Mitra continues her excellent series on the turnaround of 3Com .

If you missed it, here's the Barron's Roundup, including which banks are due for a hangover and some thoughts on Force Protection ( FRPT - Get Report).

At the time of publication, Altucher and/or his fund had no positions in any of the stocks mentioned, although positions may change at any time.

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