Daily Blogwatch: The Sluggish Recovery and Freakonomics vs. ObamaCare

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



Super entrepreneur and all-around rich guy Mark Cuban writes about why you should never listen to your customers.
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I teach my kids how to ride a bike and how to value stocks.
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Bronte Capital explains why they are short First Solar (FSLR).
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Which 10 stocks right now have the characteristics that Ben Graham would like?
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Do blonds make more money than brunettes?
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US News reports on why the recovery is so slow. What's most interesting in the article are the comments; one commenter puts the blame on a certain class of people. I'm starting to see comments like that on many message boards. People seem to feel comfortable posting these things even when they are not anonymous. I wonder if this is what it was like in Nazi Germany when the same group was scapegoated for their economic troubles.
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The Good News Economist thinks the U.S. economy is on a job growth spurt.
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Freakonomics guru Steven Levitt is against the health care bill and explains why.