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 Goldman Sachs ( GS), the weak dollar and more.


What are the most oversold stocks in the Russell 1000?


Stockpickr's System Trades of the Day includes trades this morning on First Solar ( FSLR) and Netflix ( NFLX), among others.


Wow, there's a $160 price target on Research In Motion ( RIMM).


Wall Strip looks at all-time low company Trump Entertainment ( TRMP).


The rumors in these financials may be buying opportunities.


Notable Calls discusses the new price target on Global Sources ( GSOL).


As usual, Jim Rogers believes things are going from bad to worse.


Paid Content reviews the latest on Jeff Bewkes, new CEO of Time Warner ( TWX).


Sramana Mitra again discusses the valuation of Qualcomm ( QCOM)


Check out some possible plays for Wednesday.


Keep track of Cramer's Four Horsemen of China.


It had to happen: the Japanese love hotels go public.


Ticker Sense notes that the 10 largest companies in the world contain hardly any U.S. names.


The top 10 domain names sold in October, including rebate.com, cab.com and invention.com.


Tim Sykes has some potential bounceback plays and some Alibaba-hype plays, including Global Sources and Sohu.com ( SOHU).


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