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  • Calendar event / 10 minutes ago

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  • Trade view / 11 minutes ago
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    Facebook Trade Update

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    My February 20 Facebook trade setup remains intact. Social media stocks like Facebook and Twitter look promising to continue rising, absent any violent bearish reversal in the broader stock market of course.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 2 hours ago

    April far from the cruellest month for investors

    There are many ways in which Modernist poets and stock market investors differ, and the relative value of the month of April is but one of them. According to historical trends, says MarketWatch's Shawn Langlois, April is typically anything but cruel to Wall Street, where Dow Jones investors have seen a nine-year streak of 3.1% monthly gains dating back to 2006. Of course, this sort of calendar-based investing cannot form the basis of one's market moves, but Langlois emphasises that the spring season does tend to be one in which markets, among a great many other things, return to life. In addition to the historical gains in the Dow, he says, "the Russell 3000 is about to notch its 11th quarterly advance in a row, barring a 1.2% drop by Tuesday".
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