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  1. Nvidia Corp. shares have gotten crunched in recent weeks after the company admitted that it was still suffering from a prolonged “crypto hangover,” but Citi analyst Atif Malik argues that the selloff has created an attractive entry point.
  2. Grandparents are the fastest growing group of toy buyers.
  3. Stocks were trading modestly lower midday Thursday.
  4. If we didn’t know better, we might believe Melania Trump was actually criticizing Fox News host and doting Trump superfan Sean Hannity right to his face when she was asked about the hardest part of being married to the president.
  5. General Electric Co. shares got a double boost Thursday, when a long-time bear upgraded the stock and it announced the launch of an industrial Internet of Things unit that will be run independently of the main company.
  6. Investors struggle with string of big intraday reversals.
  7. Investors struggle with string of big intraday reversals.
  8. Under Armour Inc. shares have taken a beating this week, with the athletic company’s investor day leaving some analysts optimistic about the long-term, and others bearish about the company’s ability to make good on its guidance.
  9. Wealthfront, Betterment, Qapital and SoFi are among the fintechs offering checking and savings products.
  10. Facebook Inc. shares are on track for their first down year in the company’s history, but analysts at JPMorgan are betting that 2019 will be a far better period for the stock.