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

Some of the best reads for investors from around the Web:

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.
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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.
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I chronicle the historical third term of George W. Bush.
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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.
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Is the U.S. preparing for the total destruction of Iran?
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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.
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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.
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Meet the fund that's down 96% year to date.
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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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