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Top Stock Picks for the Week of July 10th

JD.com, Inc. (JD) is one of China’s largest online retailers. It often gets overshadowed by its more prominent competitor, Alibaba, but its revenue and earnings growth has been just as dramatic. Sales are expected to rise 28% this year with earnings growth of 200% as it taps the growing Chinese middle class. But China isn’t its only market. It has been looking at expanding in other developing countries. It has a Zacks Growth Score of A.

Twitter Inc. (TWTR) has been struggling to attract advertisers to its platform even as it continues to grow its subscriber base. Are its efforts starting to pay off? While it still isn’t expected to make a profit in 2017 or 2018, the earnings estimates are moving in the right direction: up. Earnings are expected to jump 38% in 2018. Twitter is a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy) and also has a Zacks Growth Score of A.

Are these two companies hidden gems you should be considering in the hot Internet space? Find out in this week’s video.

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Did you miss Apple's 9X stock explosion after they launched their iPhone in 2007? Now 2017 looks to be a pivotal year to get in on another emerging technology expected to rock the market. Demand could soar from almost nothing to $42 billion by 2025. Reports suggest it could save 10 million lives per decade which could in turn save $200 billion in U.S. healthcare costs.

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