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Tonight, “60 Minutes” GOOGLE Expose –
tomorrow, GOOG up or down?
Tonight, 60 Minutes will feature a negative story on Alphabet’s Search Engine, Google (GOOG). In the past, such stories on 60 Minutes have been disastrous in the short term for stocks of certain companies, like, for example, Lumber Liquidators some years ago. Going into tomorrow, we own a GOOG Position. We may adjust our holdings tomorrow depending on Market reaction to tonight’s segment.
Hewlett Packard, Autozone, Advance Auto Parts, Intuit, Cracker Barrell, Urban Outfitters, Lowe’s, Target, Dollar Tree & Best Buy Earnings this week - will these stocks pop or drop?
This week, Hewlett Packard, Autozone, Advance Auto Parts, Intuit, Cracker Barrell, Urban Outfitters, Lowe’s, Target, Dollar Tree & Best Buy all report Earnings. Will these stocks rise or fall? Also the U.S./China trade talks drag on and there are signs that President Trump may give up more in advance of the North Korea summit. Interest rates, one of the biggest challenges facing stocks, keep inching up. In the last month, both the Dow & Nasdaq have risen too. Will Markets continue to rise gradually or drop given the interest rate situation?
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