Daily Blogwatch: College is worthless, more investment themes, and more Tiger Woods

After the recent sell-off, Barrons thinks gold's next stop is $1,350 an ounce.

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EconomicPic has the best indicator for showing the economy is picking up.

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Bank of America/Merrill Lynch has the 10 investment themes for 2010. Worth reading.

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John Paulson, the hedge fund manager who made the "Greatest Trade Ever," now says he is more long the market than ever.

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Cringely thinks Intel (INTC) will eventually buy Nvidia (NVDA).

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Continuing on my theme that college is worthless: Time magazine admits that a college degree is at least worth less than it used to be.

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The thinnest house in England is for sale for almost a million dollars.

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Goldman Sachs (GS) is placing its bets: no interest rate hikes until 2012.

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This seems like a fun job. Hanging out at the OTB all day picking up discarded tickets to see if there are any wins.

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Hedge fund manager Bill Ackman explains why he is bullish on malls and, by extension, the U.S. economy.

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Raymond James Global Research is out with the best stock picks for 2010. Its picks for this year were up 52%.

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And continuing the "top 10" theme: the top 10 best and worst business deals of 2009.

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Uh oh, Tiger Woods dolls are no longer hot Christmas items.

Meet James Altucher at The World Money Show Orlando, February 3-6, 2010 at The Gaylord Palms Resort.


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