Daily Blogwatch: Potential Short Squeezes, IPO Candidates, and How Much did Tiger Woods Cost Investors?

Below are some great reads for investors from around the Web:

Who knew he had such power? Tiger Woods cost shareholders $12 billion in market value.

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STEC Inc. (STEC) has gone up 10 days in a row (disclosure: I own it). Barron's has some idea of what is going on with the company.

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Jim Grant, pundit extraordinaire, says let the good times roll.

___________Very interesting take from the Guru Investor on how this decade wasn't as bad on the stock market as many think -- not really a lost decade after all.

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Love the Microcap Speculator's screen of interesting charts for microcap stocks.

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I'm a believer in short squeezes and here is an intriguing list of potential short squeezes.

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Is now the time to invest in India?

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Tech Crunch has the top 10 IPO candidates for 2010. I agree with most of the list but probably art.com should be on there, too.

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This has nothing to do with stocks. But this fan-made trailer for a movie that will never exist (Green Lantern) is pretty cool. It makes the non-existent movie seem like a must-see.


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