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Poll: Will you buy Alibaba stock?

IPO day has finally arrived for the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding. Alibaba Group Holding will trade on the NYSE using the symbol BABA. Alibaba's IPO debut has become a hot debate for the market. The demand for its shares has risen so much so that the bankers had to stop taking orders in some places recently.

That leads us to our poll question today....

Will you buy Alibaba stock?

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As always, we would love to hear what you thing about Alibaba Group Holding (NYSE:BABA).

Every Success,
Jeremy

Do you plan on buying one of Apple's new iPhones?

Today is Apple's big day as it announces new products at 1 pm ET. What Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ:APPL) will announce has been the talk and buzz of the tech world for the past several weeks and we want to know what you think.

So here is today's question....

Do you plan on buying one of Apple's new iPhone?

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Poll: Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day is upon us here in the U.S. and it marks the unofficial end of summer. The kids are back in school, the NFL is about to start their season and investors will come back to the markets after their summer break.

When they come back, they will see that the S&P 500 hit the 2000 level and we are in the 4th longest bull run in market history. There seems to be a growing confidence for the market to head higher. What do you think?

Will the market head higher after Labor Day?

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As always we would love to hear your thoughts on the markets. Please take a moment to vote and leave a comment.

Have a great holiday weekend,
The INO.com Team

Poll: Are You Bidding On Bitcoins Today?

A couple of days ago we came across an article on Bloomberg about an upcoming auction (6/27/14 - Today) on a cache of Bitcoins worth about $17 million. The auction is for 29,656 Bitcoins, which are part of more than 144,000 the FBI transferred to U.S. Marshals after shutting down the Silk Road marketplace and arrested its operator last year. This auction offers a rare opportunity to secure a large amount of the virtual currency at one time.

Here's a link to FAQ's about the auction - Bitcoin Auction FAQ's

I thought it would be interesting at ask....

Would you bid in this auction?

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As always, we would love to hear what you have to say on the subject of the auction or just Bitcoin (BITCOIN:BITSTAMPUSD) in general.

Every Success,
Jeremy Lutz
INO.com and MarketClub.com

Poll: Will You Buy Solar Stocks?

Shares of SolarCity Corp. (NASDAQ:SCTY) jumped almost 18% yesterday on news that they would be acquiring solar module start-up Silevo for $200 million with another $150 million potential in earn-outs. This acquisition will be the company's first move into the solar panel manufacturing side of the business.

That leads me to the poll question today.....

Will you buy solar stocks?

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Please take a moment to vote and share your thoughts on this emerging market.

Every Success,
Jeremy Lutz
INO.com and MarketClub.com

Poll: Will You Buy Apple Stock After The Stock Split?

If you're like me, I've wanted to Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock to my portfolio, but it's too pricey for me to buy at its current level. With Apple's seven-for-one stock split happening after the close of business today, I'm excited to add it to my holdings next week. At the current price, the new shares would be worth $92.12 after the split takes effect Monday.

I wanted ask everyone if they will be....

Will You Buy Apple Stock After The Stock Split?

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Please take a moment to vote and leave a comment with your thoughts on Apple's stock split.

Every Success,
Jeremy

Poll: Alibaba Files For Landmark IPO

Alibaba was founded 15 years ago in a small Chinese apartment by Jack Ma. Ma is a former English teacher who started the company with an initial investment of $60,000, kicked in by 18 friends.

The company has since evolved into the dominant force in China's (maybe even the world's) e-commerce industry. As a market with so much potential, Alibaba's IPO may be the largest ever by a tech company. The initial document filed with the SEC indicates that Alibaba plans to raise $1 billion, but that figure is just a placeholder. Analysts believe it could haul in more than the $16 billion Facebook raised in 2012.

Now for the real question.....

Will you invest in Alibaba?

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As always, we would love to hear what you think as well. Please take a moment to leave a comment after you vote.

Every Success,
The INO.com Team

"Flash Boys" author says the stock market is rigged

In his latest book on Wall Street, author Michael Lewis claims the stock market is rigged - What do you think?

To get more background on Lewis' claim, you might want to check out this recent "60 Minutes" video clip.

Vote first, then share with us what you think and have the chance to win a brand new copy of "Flash Boys," the book that started the uproar on High Frequency Trading. You have to leave a comment in order to win a copy of the book. We will pick the most creative comment!

Do you think the stock market is rigged?

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Good luck!

The INO.com Team

POLL: Do You Think Putin Is Going To Invade The Ukraine?

In all the years I've been following the markets there comes a time like now, when geopolitics takes center stage. I am of course referring to the recent annexation of the Crimea by Putin. The question now is with a very tepid response from the US and the EU will Putin say to himself Crimea was easy I'll do the same thing with the Ukraine. With an approval rating of 80% back home in Russia, Putin and has little to worry about as he practically walks on water in the minds of most citizens.

Do you think Putin will expand his Crimea take over to the Ukraine?

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What are your thoughts on:

Are You Bullish or Bearish on the Stock Market in Q2?

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Are you Bullish or Bearish on Gold in Q2?

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Are you Bullish or bearish on Crude Oil in Q2?

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Thank you for taking the time to share your comments and viewpoint with us.

Every success in Q2 and beyond,
Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-Creator, MarketClub

Poll: Ukraine Crisis: What Are Your Thoughts?

The European Union is ready to give Ukraine 11 billion euros ($15 billion) in loans and grants over the coming years to help stabilize its economy, the head of the bloc's executive arm said Wednesday. Read the full article here.

Coincidentally, the headline figure of $15 billion for the EU's aid package is the same amount that Russia was prepared to grant Ukraine in loans until the government of President Viktor Yanukovich was ousted last month.

Yanukovich took the Russian loans instead of a wide-ranging trade and economic agreement with the EU, a move that fueled the protests that led to his ouster.

Barroso said that an agreement was still on the table, and the EU is prepared to provisionally grant Ukraine the benefits deriving from it before a full ratification. Ukraine's industrial and agricultural exporters could save some 900 million euros annually through reduced tariffs, the Commission said.

"The situation in Ukraine is a test of our capability and resolve to stabilize our neighborhood and to provide new opportunities for many, not just a few," Barroso told reporters in Brussels. "We need to be up to this challenge."

What are your thoughts on the situation in the Ukraine? Below are several polls to vote on and of course we would love to hear your thoughts on the matter.

Do you think Vladimir Putin is going to take over all of Ukraine?

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