Daily Blogwatch: Six Things Buffett Left Out of His Letter; Plus, Do Short Sellers Have It in for Him?

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Despite Paul Krugman's protests, the Wall Street Journalcontinues to dominate the other newspapers. The most useful part of the article is the table showing the circulations of the top 10 papers this year and last.

Six things Warren Buffett's letter DID NOT say.

I wonder why Buffett's holdings (BRK.A) have higher short interest than the rest of the market. Do the short sellers have it in for Buffett?

Mark Cuban wonders out loud, "If free works for the Internet, then why not for health care?"

I had a very annoying argument on a Facebook thread with an anchor over at Fox Biz and some of his acolytes about whether or not Coke (KO) is a monopoly or a cartel that needs to be broken up. My answer was "no." Related to this: the merger arb blog has an interesting discussion about the antitrust aspects of Pepsi (PEP).

Notable Calls delivers the latest overweight rating from Morgan Stanley on Apple (AAPL) and what the upcoming catalysts are for investors.

I've been waiting all my life for a jet pack.

Six things your body does every day that can destroy you.
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