The stock is a current momentum darling, but feels overpriced.
Shares are up 180% in 2013, and could pop again on earnings this week.
The retailer is trying to get an edge in what is expected to be a very competitive holiday shopping season.
The company, 58.com, saw shares spike way beyond the $17 they were priced at. Expect other Chinese deals to hit the market soon.
After a nearly 300% gain this year, the easy money in the electronics retailer might already have been made.
The online travel company easily surpassed the profit and revenue expectations of analysts.
The dollar could slip lower or at least stay at relatively depressed levels. These picks will benefit in that scenario.
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