Daily Blogwatch: Stocks are the Cheapest in Two Decades

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

How has super hedge fund manager Steve Cohen returned 30% a year for 18 years?
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Warren Buffett rented his good name to Goldman too cheap.
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Wall Street Cheat Sheet's most famous Harvard students of all time.
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Speaking of which, why does Wall Street hire people from Harvard?
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Current opportunities in closed-end funds. It's been a favorite strategy of mine to buy closed-end funds trading at big discounts.
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A Dash of Insight analyzes if the democrats will lose control of the House.
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Debt: the first 5000 years.
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According to Bloomberg, stocks are at their cheapest level in two decades.
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And according to The Good News Economist, 83% of companies beat expectations this quarter.
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How did Ron Conway become the best angel investor ever, including angel investments in Google and Twitter.
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I'm from New Jersey (don't make fun) -- so of course I'm interested in the top stocks from the Garden State.
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