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

Jim Cramer answers questions on Nabors ( NBR) the Dow and more.


Stockpickr's System Trades of the Day called it during the recent meltdown and has new trades today.


One of the only short recommendations I ever wrote was on WPT Enterprises ( WPTE). I turned out to be correct, but perhaps now WPTE is approaching value territory.


The Top 10 Short Squeezes in tech right now, including IBM ( IBM), Rackable ( RACK) and Palm ( PALM).


What have historically been the best Dow stocks of October?


Blogging Stocks notes that Microsoft ( MSFT) is facing the facts on Facebook.


Have you seen all those ads for Gorilla Trades? Well, what's up with those?


Keep track of the October conference calls, Trading Nymph style.


Price Al-Waleed loves Citigroup's ( C) Chuck Prince. You can also check out the prince's portfolio here.


Fund My Mutual Fund is amazed at Baidu ( BIDU).


Hilary Kramer, master of the unknown stock, turns her focus to a little-known stock called Google ( GOOG).


Information Arbitrage's Roger Ehrenberg aims his analytical acumen at what happened with Microsoft and Vista.


Stocks and Blogs believes Home Depot ( HD) might actually be a save haven for value investors.


Unusual stocks of the day: stocks that rose on unusual volume yesterday, and stocks with unusual option activity. These are all potential breakout plays.


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