Technology

Facebook continued to reap the rewards of its strong quarterly results today.
Amazon's cloud services business grew by 70% in 2015.
The short-seller says Facebook stock will go lower, while analysts remain bullish on the social media company.
Consider probing the long side of ZNGA on a strong close above $3.00
You don't need to be a master of timing to be a successful investor if you take a disciplined approach.
There's value in technology-land as folks look forward.
Expectations are running high for AMZN's earnings tonight, but the second half of the year could be tough for the Wall Street darling.
If you are looking for some action to trade pre-earnings, check out STMP.
The market appears to be at very overbought levels as more negative signs emerge on the charts.
In brief, we can’t go without Facebook.

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