Stocks are higher Friday as the market puts the finishing touches on its best quarter since 1998.
The credit card company's stock is already up nearly 40% this year, and the future still looks good.
Looking at related industries pulls up names that are almost as attractive.
Liz Claiborne is initiated with an 'outperform,' and TripAdvisor is downgraded to 'neutral.'
A spate of companies such as Visa and Vodafone are jumping in, leaving Google Wallet behind.
Recent decreases might be sending investors fleeing for the exits.
While the auction company is becoming more of a facilitator in online commerce, Amazon's dominance in online retail segment is increasing.
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This young tech company has a can't-miss concept, but hasn't yet generated real sales. Should you see its recent slump as a buying opportunity, or reason to stay away?
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