Booming sales and constant competition on data side will send this telecom fund soaring in 2010.
Despite the turnaround in Russian stocks this year, investors should be skeptical about investing in this emerging nation.
In the battle for online shoppers this holiday season, the Internet retailer could score a decisive and phenomenal victory.
In fact, investors should keep buying until shares hit $640.
The fact is, the best way to stimulate the economy would be to NOT give gifts at all. I guess it really is the thought that counts.
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