The Motley Fool's CAPS investing service is one of the newest additions to the investing community at, and it's another great way for investors to work together to beat the market. One of the features in CAPS allows users to set up a blog to talk about their picks, investing strategy, market view, or their favorite ice cream flavor (if that floats their boat).

As CAPS blogging has caught on, there is a lot of great content being put up on a daily basis. So what I've done is dug through all of the blog posts over the past week to bring you some of the best posts that are coming out of CAPS. Covering only seven posts here, there's no way I could hit all of the great stuff in the CAPS blogosphere, so when you're done here, I highly recommend checking out some more.

Builder weekly
For those that haven't read my blog roundup before, floridabuilder is what I'd call a blog-writing All-Star (as opposed to a CAPS score All-Star, which he is as well). Professionally, this Fool is basically a vulture in the housing and land industry and so he's constantly steeped in the goings-on in that all-too-crazy sector.

Being a particularly Foolish Fool, floridabuilder has been kind enough to share his knowledge and insights via his CAPS blog. He started by writing a series of posts that detailed particular aspects of the housing market, but has since moved on to an ongoing weekly post that follows the most recent notables in the market. This week, among others, he covers the recent hosing bottom call by Citigroup (NYSE:C) analyst Stephen Kim, Levitt Corp, and the bump that NVR (NYSE:NVR) gave to the rest of the industry.

And if you don't get enough floridabuilder here, you can also tune in to the interview that TMFHollywoodDan is doing with him this Friday.

And speaking of that crazy Fool, HollywoodDan, check out this week's installment of CAPSCenter to get an update on the top three stocks in all of CAPS. This week's trio includes Perini and Metalico (NYSE:MEA) at positions two and three. And number one is ... well tune in, darn it!

And while we're visiting Dan's blog anyway, you can also check out his two personalities alternately arguing why recs rule and why they kinda suck.

Eldrehad's Picks: October 2007
Former CAPS Top Fool TMFEldrehad started running a free, CAPS-based newsletter back in August. Each month he delivers a new stock idea along with an extensive write-up on the company. For October he's added Lufkin Industries (NASDAQ:LUFK) to his stable, and made a compelling case why Lufkin is a cheap stock that could see great growth from the rise of China and India.

Why I'm a better investor than you
OK, those aren't my words, but they are the words of fellow Fool TMFMarathonMan. While the statement could be true (he's a pretty sharp cat), there's more to his assertion than meets the eye.

The retail picture
(NYSE:COH) sure got punished earlier this week, didn't it? The impact was greater than that one stock, though, because of the questions that its announcement raised for the rest of the retail segment. So do we start indiscriminately dumping all retail stocks? Not if you ask CAPS blogging All-Star (that's two in this edition) SarahGen. She thinks that there are still a number of retailers worth buying, including Saks (NYSE:SKS) and Motley Fool Hidden Gems recommendation Zumiez (NASDAQ:ZUMZ).

Median housing prices falling
While floridabuilder has been busily arguing the bear case for the housing market over the next couple years, fellow CAPS player EScroogeJr has been just as busy arguing a bull case. Recent developments, however, appear to have put a bump in the road for his bullishness.

Green tea and gangster rap, who knew?
OK, so this doesn't have a heck of a lot to do with investing, except to highlight the great marketing of the beer and liquor industry, but I couldn't help but include the Tea Partay as brought to us by architeach74.

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