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Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) is reportedly working on a piece of software named 'HomeHub' to compete against Amazon Echo and Google Home. More 

Why FANG Stocks Will Stay Strong In 2017

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Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA) Stock Is Going to Turn Stomachs

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Apple (AAPL) has a problem entirely NOT of its own making. The issue of counterfeit Apple chargers simply won't go away. More 

Amazon Prime Video: What’s New for December 2016

Amazon Prime Video has announced what the company is announcing on December 2016 in terms of television and movie. Check out what's in store. More 

Buy This Rare Dip in Nvidia Corporation (NVDA) Stock!

Nvidia (NVDA) is plunging, but don't abandon ship yet. The charts are strong, and this looks like a dip-buying opportunity in NVDA stock. More 

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Facebook (FB) might look expensive in a bubble, but given the ludicrous growth expectations for this blue chip, Facebook stock is a value. More 

Why the Heck Is Apple Inc. (AAPL) Stock as Cheap as IBM?

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