Daily Blogwatch: Guess Which Bank Made $45 Billion Last Year; Morningstar's Best of the Best List

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You have to be careful when analysts date bankers at the same bank. No sharing of information! Here are the dating policies of all the Wall Street banks.

Super pundit Marc Faber thinks Japanese stocks are the most attractive play right now.

Is Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) undervalued here?
_________%%DynaPub-Enhancement class="enhancement contentType-HTML Content fragmentId-1 payloadId-61603 alignment-right size-small"%% Morningstar compiles the nine best stock picks of the best-performing managers.

Uber-blogger Felix Salmon thinks maybe Apple (APPL) shouldn't pay a dividend.

If you find this nickel, you can make $3,000,000.

I actually agree with all of the books on this 2010 investment reading list, but I have to ask the very important question: Where the heck are my books on this list?

A compilation of the doom-and-gloom prophecies of all the top doom-and-gloom prophets.

Guess which bank made $45 billion in 2009.

A new stock holding for "Greatest Trade Ever" investor John Paulson.

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