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AMZN Tops $3,000; TSLA Above $1,300 As Nasdaq Soars To Record Highs

AMZN Tops $3,000; TSLA Above $1,300 As Nasdaq Soars To Record Highs
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AMZN Tops $3,000; TSLA Above $1,300 As Nasdaq Soars To Record Highs

Tyler Durden

Mon, 07/06/2020 – 10:55

While the rest of the US equity market is struggling a little since the cash open and the “good news” from ISM, the big-tech buying panic continues.

AMZN is up over 4% and topped $3,000 for the first time..

Because fun-durr-mentals…

TSLA just won’t stop after Musk’s short-seller slams over the weekend…

Alphabet is back above the trillion-dollar market cap level…

All of which is enabling Nasdaq to buck the trend…

Sending valuations back to dotcom boom highs for big-tech…

Buy the F**king Record High?

As @RampCapitalLLC mocked…

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