Hewlett-Packard's recent stumble makes it a cheap buy.
Alibaba is the real engine that drives Yahoo! shares.
I still set up the buy side, but I tighten up my parameters.
Shares are beginning to show signs of exhaustion.
You can use options to take advantage of the excitement.

Setting Sail on Aruba Networks Real Money Pro($)

And 'highflier' Mobileye is losing altitude.
Any effect on related stocks is already priced in.
And it makes sense after an amazing month for the Nasdaq.
Please trail up stops if you are long this one.  
Could hedge fund make a move on the board?

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