Daily Blogwatch: Why Google Is Bad for Newspapers, a Soccer Hedge Fund, and the Benefits of Failure

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

Old School Value finds a deep value stock trading below its net asset value.

Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling talks about a topic dear to my heart -- the fringe benefits of failure.

Interesting analysis by Crossing Wall Street about the best seven days of the month to hold stocks.
_______________Former market maker Chris Farrell discusses the trading strategies that made him a success.

One of Morningstar's "best fund managers of the decade," David Herro discusses why he thinks stocks are still cheap.

A panel made up of the best hedge fund managers makes the global case for equities and has some interesting picks.

Mark Cuban doesn't hold back: Why is Google (GOOG) bad for the newspaper business?

I'm not sure I want to put my money here: a new hedge fund that only invests in soccer teams.

The winners and the losers in President Obama's new tax plan.

I don't even like beer so this is ridiculous to me: A $70,000 beer mug.

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