Daily Blogwatch: Dow 36,000? Buffett's favorite indicator; and the upside-down house

Is Dow 10,000 a blessing . . . or a curse?

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Whoah! Elliot Spitzer does it again: Nine questions for Ben Bernanke. (By the way, quick advice for slate.com: it's better for search engine optimization if the URL contains the title of the article.)

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If you had one economic indicator you'd use on a desert island what would it be? Well . . . here is Warren Buffett's favorite economic indicator and I would not have guessed it.

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Phew! I was worried for awhile. But at least us investors have gotten $18 trillion back.

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I've always wanted to live in an upside-down house. For real.

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Freakonomics brings us the global debt clock. Note: I just read an advance version of Super Freakonomics. Unbelievably good! Review coming once the book officially comes out.

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Quantifiable Edges states that current put/call levels might suggest a coming pullback.

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Ten years since the publication of Dow 36,000, Brett Arends shares his lessons learned from the bull market that never happened.

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I almost forgot this company existed. But Notable Calls has the down low on why Monster Worldwide (MWW), parent of Monster.com, just got upgraded.

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When will the Fed start hiking rates again?

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