The Motley Fool's CAPS investing service is a great way for investors to work together as a community to beat the market. One feature in CAPS allows users to set up a blog to exchange ideas about their picks, investing strategies, market views, or favorite American Idols (if they so desire).
I've scoured the CAPS blog universe to bring you a generous helping of the top posts of the past week.
When he took the bull side in the bull/bear debate on gold, the bulls gave Robert a decided victory. But is gold still the place to be?
How much is PetroChina really worth?
Early in the week, there was quite a hubbub when some suggested that PetroChina
Is some land out there worthless?
If you've been reading floridabuilder's blog over the past few months, you might think so -- that's been a key piece of the case he's built against the homebuilder stocks. In his most recent post, which followed the completion of his 20-part series on homebuilders, floridabuilder shares the thoughts of Lennar's
In a related note, floridabuilder shares why he thinks Beazer could be knocking on bankruptcy's door.
Crocs debate still rages!
The recent 45% drop in Crocs'
In a recent blog, fellow Fool Seth Jayson (a.k.a. TMFBent) muses on whether investors who were chasing Crocs' momentum will take away a lesson from the stock or just keep sending him hate mail.
I hear Brazil is nice this time of year
Many Fools may be familiar with Motley Fool Income Investor pick Petroleo Brasileiro
Another one bites the dust
This week started with a bang when Chuck Prince, the now-former CEO of Citigroup
Is the pain over for the financial-services sector? In his recent post, JR10022 explains why he thinks not.
Are you an investor or a trader?
OK, I admit it, I check the prices of my stocks way too often. It certainly hasn't made me a better investor, but it has helped me learn to manage the discomforts of indigestion. It's a path I wouldn't recommend to investors just starting out!
On the flipside, I think raytoei hits on a proper investing mindset in his blog.
See you back here next week, when I highlight even more great writing and ideas. In the meantime, start your own blog by joining CAPS today. It's free. It's easy. And just think of the bragging rights you'll get when your words show up here.
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