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Twitter: A Little Overvalued?

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Ever since going public, Twitter ($TWTR) has generated a lot of buzz in the investing community. Before the Initial Public offering, it was the most loved company by investors, who were speculating that a repeat of the Facebook ($FB) fiasco was highly unlikely. This is one of the reasons why Twitter actually opened on the […]

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VWO: The Return of Emerging Markets

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Emerging markets, probably one of the most despised sectors in 2013. It has been down roughly 5% since the start of the year; the main factors that caused the slowdown were higher inflation, drops in currency values and mainly a downturn in foreign investment, which was due to the financial crisis.  In this article, I […]

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EUFN: Betting on Europe’s Banks

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  It’s been a very troubled couple of years for Europe, and it seems like it still hasn’t exactly ended. Therefore you might think it silly to be invested in it. Although there is certainly a degree of risk, there is a much bigger chance of a larger payoff. In this article I will be […]

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Google: The $1000 Stock?

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From what I have seen, opinions are currently mixed for Google’s stock. Some think it will reach the 1,000$ milestone and others think its bound for the same scenario as Apple. In this article, I will be going through many different aspects of the tech giant to determine if it has the potential to continue […]

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