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

China stocks consist of more than just Baidu ( BIDU). All the China stocks fit to print.


Here's an interesting list from the 10Q Detective on which companies have been hurt by the California fires.


Taser ( TASR), Intuit ( INTU) and others appear on the Stockpickr System Trades of the Day.


Quietly, the Mac OS has become the real earnings winner for Apple ( AAPL).


Cramer answers questions on XTO Energy ( XTO), BEA Systems ( BEAS) and more.


Eric Savitz breaks down RealNetworks' ( RNWK) earnings.


Plentyoffish might be the most amazing Internet company ever. And now Read/Write Web suggests the one-man company might be worth $1 billion.


How does the S&P typically do on the last day of October and first day of November?


Could Target ( TGT) be a short-seller's dream?


What's the better buy now? EMC ( EMC) or VMware ( VMW)?


Crossing Wall Street hones in on ADP ( ADP).


The Wall Street Journal takes a look at the worst CEOs on Wall Street.


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