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

Jim Cramer answers questions about everything on Stockpickr Answers, from Yamana Gold ( AUY), Nokia ( NOK) and more.

Soon, humans will not answer phones and it will be all speech recognition. Here's Stockerblog's top speech-recognition stocks.

Stockpickr's System Trades of the Day includes Finisar ( FNSR) and more as trades this morning at the open.

I'm very excited for VMware's ( VMW) first earnings report as a public company.

What's the story with Amazon's ( AMZN) earnings report?

Tim Sykes picks the most exciting small-cap stock around.

Berkshire Ruminations does a Google ( GOOG) reality check.

How come I can't pull a million-dollar painting out of the trash?

Great stat from Crossing Wall Street about what happens on the first day of the month.

Dividend Money puts together its favorite stocks on the 52-week low list. The list includes Citigroup ( C) and others.

Hilary Kramer takes a look at Knight Capital ( NITE).

Modern Graham has the full lowdown on Coach ( COH).

Quant Investor finds an interesting play with FreightCar America ( RAIL).

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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