Daily Blogwatch: Health Care Plays, Possible Tech Deals and Don't Let Your Children Become Traders

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Below are some of the best reads for investors from around the Web:

Super-investor Bruce Berkowitz likes these health care plays and explains why.

Harvard Business School student versus commodities guru Jim Rogers. HBS student wins.

Six thousand cheesecakes and seven other strange robberies.
________________%%DynaPub-Enhancement class="enhancement contentType-HTML Content fragmentId-1 payloadId-61603 alignment-right size-small"%% Roger Lowenstein, who wrote what I consider the best book on Warren Buffett (except for my own of course!), just wrote that people should maybe walk away from their mortgages.

Dan Ariely, who wrote the excellent book Predictably Irrational, shares some interesting data on what boys and girls want from each other, via the Google (GOOG) search engine "fill in the rest."

Tech Crunch has ten interesting tech deals for 2010 and I agree with all of them.

Dr. Brett at TraderFeed explains why parents shouldn't encourage their children to be traders.

All the magazine covers from the past 30 years that have featured Apple CEO Steve Jobs.

Why did Morgan Stanley upgrade Chipotle (CMG)?

I had no idea. Movie critic extraordinaire Roger Ebert can't eat, talk, smell, etc. and blogs about it. Powerful story.

Meet James Altucher at The World Money Show Orlando, Feb. 3-6, 2010 at the Gaylord Palms Resort.
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