Daily Blogwatch: The Short Case for Berkshire Hathaway; Plus, Why the Bears Are Dead Wrong

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It's alive! Silicon Graphics International (SGI) is back from the dead. And Old School Value takes us to school on the stock and why it might be a deep value here.

First there was the Tea Party, now there's the Coffee Party. I think I'm going to start the Melatonin Party. Don't try to stop me.

I chronicle the historical third term of George W. Bush.

Why the bears are dead wrong. Housing, unemployment, inventories -- I cover it all. By the way, in the comments to my articles I wish people would stop saying, "Altucher's just another Cramer." I'm totally not! He's much better looking than me.

Is the U.S. preparing for the total destruction of Iran?

Is this sacrilege? The short case for Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A). That punk better not show his face in Omaha during the shareholders meeting. I'm just saying.

This is really, really great news. Personally, I think fans of Nassim Taleb's Fooled by Randomness have been fooled by randomness. Stay tuned for the review.

Meet the fund that's down 96% year to date.

Yesterday, I spent part of my day doing due diligence on a potential private equity investment in the "obesity prevention" space. And I was trying to determine if this demographic is still getting bigger (pun intended). Well, this post confirms I could have a home run on my hands.
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