The Motley Fool's CAPS investing service is another great way for investors to work together to beat the market. Among other features, CAPS lets users blog about their picks, investing strategy, market view, favorite rugby team, or whatever floats their boat.
As CAPS blogging catches on, players add more great content on a daily basis. I've dug through the past week's posts to find some of CAPS' best insights. With room for only seven posts here, I can't possibly cover all of the great stuff in the CAPS blogosphere, so when you're done here, I highly recommend checking out some more.
Pick of the month: NVIDIA
Continuing his free CAPS stock-picking newsletter, EldrehadsPicks -- the alter ego for CAPS All-Star TMFEldrehad -- made NVIDIA
Waiting on Starbucks
CAPS All-Star iamamartin thinks there's a lot to like about coffee king Starbucks
Although rknapton assures readers that there's no crisis going on at Hansen Natural
The largest U.S. producer of muriate of potash, Intrepid Potash
The black gold review
CAPS blogger AnomaLee isn't so sure where the prices for crude oil are headed, but natural gas is another matter. This CAPS All-Star thinks the high prices for natural gas are here to stay, and predicts that companies like XTO Energy and Chesapeake Energy
Buffett writing index puts
Think Warren Buffett only works with plain-vanilla securities at Berkshire Hathaway
JDSancho kicked off his brand-new blog by giving his take on food and beverage giant PepsiCo
And that's our roundup for this week. Be sure to check back next week for more great blogging action. In the meantime, why not head over to CAPS and add your two cents to the community pool?
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