Daily Blogwatch: Suicide and the Stock Market, the Next Berkshire Hathaway, and the Story Behind Facebook

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The star trader who rarely ever traded.

The stock market and suicide are closely linked, according to a depressing column in the New York Post.

Great article from Charles Kirk on how he kept day trading fun when he first began his successful day-trading career.

Crossing Wall Street finds a quirk in last Friday's employment numbers.

The Business Insider is doing an investigative series on the inside dirt on how Facebook started.

I would never have guessed which Dow stock is up the most in 2010.

Stockmanmarc finds an interesting mini Berkshire (BRK.A).

How many lines of code are in a Mercedes as opposed to a fighter jet. Some of the examples in the comments are interesting also.

Warren Buffett has beaten every mutual fund over the past 45 years.
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