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On a day when Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) celebrated its 10-year anniversary of News Feed, shareholders celebrated the stock closing at an all-time high. In this update, we argue that the stock will continue to make all-time highs over the next several months and provide an analysis of FB’s newest feature, Instant Video.

FB data by YCharts

We have been long-time bulls on FB, so....More>>>

Do you need a managed retirement account?

I’m trying to decide whether to invest my savings in a managed account or a target-date retirement fund. Which do you think I should choose? — W.B.

This is not a decision you should get too worked up about. Going with one of these investment vehicles rather than the other is not likely to make or break your retirement. Indeed, as long as you’re making sensible decisions....More>>>

Top 10 High Tech Stocks To Watch For 2018

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. Snaps extraordinarily successful IPO earlier this month doesnt mean were in another internet bubble.

Those who are insisting to the contrary are more interested in the shock value of saying so than on an objective analysis of the facts.

For a comprehensive analysis of what light the IPO market can shed on the presence or absence of a bubble, I turn to research conducted....More>>>

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Welcome to the latest issue of the PRO Weekly Digest. Every Saturday for Seeking Alpha PRO subscribers and Sunday for all other Seeking Alpha users, we publish highlights from our PRO coverage as well as feature interviews and other notable goings on with SA PRO. Comment below or email us at pro-editors at seekingalpha.com to let us know what you think. Find past editions here.

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Best Stocks To Own Right Now

As Republicans grappled with the latest setback in their effort to repeal Obamacare on Tuesday, “Fox & Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade distilled the reaction of the pro-Trump media.

“You cannot take this personal if you’re the president. You can be let down,” said Brian Kilmeade. “You can be disappointed. But this is not you.”

After....More>>>