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

Cree ( CREE - Get Report) and more make Stockpickr's System Trades of the Day list, which incidentally is kicking *ss this year so far. More in an upcoming article.


I write about stocks that will benefit from the renewable energy bill, and I write about being "best man" and videographer at the secret wedding of a TheStreet.com employee.


Why did Google ( GOOG - Get Report) not get hit harder after the ComScore news? Cramer answers that question on Stockpickr.


What are the odds that your marriage will last?


Here's a great point by Donaldson Capital on why we are not in a recession.


Can you name the five worst bear markets since 1871?


Check out this fascinating discussion between Warren Buffett and a young hedge fund manager named Jim Cramer on the topic of ethanol.


Howard Lindzon is dead on in investing in slot machine makers.


Warren Buffett discusses chocolate and his dream business in his latest letter.


Will Apple ( AAPL - Get Report) go after Amazon ( AMZN - Get Report) in the e-book business?


Big Ben wonders if commodities are recession-proof and checks out some stocks to prove his point.


Finally, is Microsoft ( MSFT - Get Report) recession-proof?

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