Analyst Call for GOOG, NWSA, DAL and AMZN Provided by WallStreetActive.com
Note to Editors: The Following Is an Investment Opinion Being Issued by the WSA Financial Ltd.
LONDON -- (Marketwire) -- 12/04/12 -- Wall Street Active analysts will be speaking to investors today about four companies mentioned in this release. As a leading provider of free in depth reports and timely market updates, investors are lucky today to speak to Frankie Cramer, one of the top investment advisors in the industry, about GOOG, NWSA, DAL and AMZN. If you are a shareholder in any of these companies don't miss this once in a life time opportunity.
Shares of GOOG were turbulent yesterday trading as high as $704 while finishing the session at $695, although investors are generally pleased with a strong month that has sent the share price up from the November 15th price of $647. We have high hopes for GOOG to get back above $700 in the short-term.
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Investors were paying close attention to News Corp. in yesterday's trading. The company announced they will be buying the iconic baseball team, the Cleveland Indians. Shares of NWSA closed just off their 52-week high at $24.53. Click the link below to find out what is next for NWSA.
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Delta Airlines traded slightly lower in yesterday's session on news that the Airline is looking at buying into Virgin Atlantic, the second largest airline at Heathrow Airport in London. DAL closed at $9.62. Find out what this development will mean to DAL by clicking below
Shares of Amazon have seen a nice run since November 15th, up from $220 to just over $250 as of the close yesterday. Investors who own AMZN are encouraged to sign up today to speak with an analyst about your investment
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