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

Stockpickr's System Trades of the Day were a homerun yesterday. Today Sirius ( SIRI) and more are on the list.


I write about Bubble 2.0 in the Financial Times.


Mashable has the top ways to find a doctor online.


Here are the top tax-exempt dividend stocks.


Notable Calls thinks it's now time to buy Goldman Sachs ( GS) and Morgan Stanley ( MS).


Sramana Mitra looks at Blue Nile's ( NILE) blues.


The Tycoon Report wonders if Hershey ( HSH) is the value play of the year.


Jeff Mathews Is not Making This Up notes who is now back at Starbucks ( SBUX) and what it means.


Paul Kedrosky analyzes a rather interesting chart.


If Internet addiction is a mental disorder than I need some medication, pronto!


I've heard this story from Howard before but I've never seen him write it. You can't ever be too careful (and you can always bounce back) is the lesson of this very personal story from Howard Lindzon.


Stock Market Beat recommends a long UPS ( UPS), short FedEx ( FDX) paired trade.


Rational angle has a fascinating conversation with Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett's No. 2 guy.


And Ahoran Value figures out why Warren Buffett is richer than hedge fund managers.
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