Daily Blogwatch: The Best and Worst Stocks of 2010 (so far)

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Three trading days into the new year, here are the best and worst stocks so far.

I've been really jealous of people who are on Twitter's suggested list (I'm talking about you, Howard Lindzon), but Anil Dash makes the point that having a million followers on Twitter isn't all that it's cracked up to be.
_____________Paul Kedrosky does a quick summary of the worst offenders of the financial gloom and doom malaise that has swept pundits.

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All those hedge fund inside traders heading to jail might want to check out this list of convicts who escaped to see what their techniques are.

An interesting theory
on how the U.S. government is supporting the stock market.

Mark Cuban funds sharesleuth.com to expose potential corruption in stocks. The latest post is here, looking at some penny stock. The author does a great job sniffing out potential peculiarities and it's always a good read. However, I think the money would be better spent looking for the next Enrons, where millions of people are invested, rather than obscure penny stocks where people who buy the stock know what they are getting themselves in for.

The guys at Freakonomics say the ROI on cancer research might be better than we previously thought.

Very important read for day traders (from Henry Blodget's site): Online dating tips for busy executives.

I have to make a lot of presentations (come check me out at the Money Show in Orlando on Feb 5, along with other writers at DailyFinance like Gene Marcial, etc). So it's always good to understand the presentation secrets of Steve Jobs; that slide show does the trick.
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