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Posted on 22 Sep 2013 | 4,319 views
Netflix Stock Could Crash 40%

Netflix (Ticker Symbol: NFLX) can do no wrong. NFLX stock is currently trading at over $300 a share as of September 2013, near an all-time high and its original series House of Cards just won two Emmy awards.

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Posted on 25 Apr 2013 | 16,927 views
2013 Stock Market Crash Alert

Barron’s latest “Big Money” poll and its magazine cover just gave you reasons to be on the lookout for a stock market crash. Barron’s drives the point home with its over-the-top cover titled “Dow 16,000” — “Rule of Thumb” When the cover of a major financial magazine features a cartoon of a bull leaping through the air on a pogo stick, it’s probably about time to cash in the chips, mutual fund owner John Hussman wrote on his Hussman Funds website.

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Posted on 16 Sep 2012 | 8,589 views
Amazon.com AMZN Stock Price After the 2000 Dot.Com Bubble Stock Market Crash

Amazon.com (Ticker Symbol: AMZN) is an American multinational electronic commerce company with headquarters in Seattle, Washington, United States. It is the world’s largest online retailer. The company also produces consumer electronics — notably the Amazon Kindle e-book reader and the Kindle Fire tablet computer and is a major provider of cloud computing services.

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Posted on 24 Nov 2011 | 10,353 views
Black Friday Special Deals Stock List

Black Friday is quickly approaching, so it is time to look at companies that could benefit from the shopping mania taking place that day. Traditionally, technology and fashion retailers have attracted the largest numbers of customers, and based on the expectations, this year will not be any different.

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Posted on 11 Nov 2011 | 4,235 views
Momentum Stock Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Crashes

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (Stock Symbol: GMCR) just showed how momentum works both ways in the stock market. Its shares are the latest to crash down from a nosebleed trading multiple, after the company grew less than analysts expected.