Week Ahead In Pharmaceuticals: 10 Stocks To Watch (CKPT, SNDX, ADMP…)

Clinical trial data is an important catalyst, and any update on the clinical studies can send the biotech/pharma stocks soaring or stumbling depending upon the news. Now, here are some of the pharma/biotech stocks to watch out for in the week starting September 24.
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Initial stocks of new iPhones and Apple Watch already sold out

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Stocks Remain Mostly Negative In Mid-Day Trading – U.S. Commentary

After showing an early move to the downside, stocks remain mostly lower in mid-day trading on Wednesday. With the drop on the day, the major averages are adding to the modest losses posted in the previous session.
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Stocks Turning In Another Lackluster Performance – U.S. Commentary

Stocks are turning in a relatively lackluster performance in morning trading on Thursday, extending the choppy trading seen in the previous session.
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Concerns about possible dealmaking constraints hit Chinese education stocks

Stock prices in Chinese education companies listed in Hong Kong have fallen sharply over investor fears of increased regulation.
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Tech stocks should still be a portfolio favorite, despite recent weakness: Deutsche Bank

With the recent steep losses in tech stocks, investors might want to steer clear of them. But Deutsche Bank said it still believes in this sector, declaring that the recent weakness has not shaken its confidence.
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Brain activity cautions against buying stocks

Despite long-term profit expectations, many people shy away from investing their money in supposedly riskier forms of investment. Why? Scientists have now developed a model that makes real-life stock buying behavior comprehensible for the first time. The researchers combined socioeconomic, psychological and neuroscientific data in an innovative way.
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Tales from the Wallet: Do You Invest in Stocks or Index Funds (or Other)?

Do You Invest in Stocks or Index Funds We haven’t had a Tales from the Wallet in too long — today, let’s talk about what kind of investments you prefer, how you research and buy them, and general investing theory and resources. Specific questions for today: How comfortable are you investing your money (beginner, expert, or somewhere in the middle)? Do you invest your own money, or leave it to your partner or a trusted family member (like a parent) or a financial planner? If you invest it yourself, do you prefer index funds, stocks, mutual funds, or roboinvestors like Betterment or Ellevest? Another fun question: When and how did you start investing?

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For my $ .02, I consider myself pretty comfortable with investing, and I do all of it for my family. (Every so often I give my husband a “state of the union” to discuss how everything is going.) I find Schwab and Vanguard both pretty easy to use as far as interface goes for buying and selling, and for ease of use I’ve mostly consolidated all our accounts to those two brokers. (This also makes it easier to see your asset allocation.) When I was younger, though, I definitely took a lot of advice from my father for investing, to the extent that he and I had a lot of the same mutual funds when I got started investing after college; he was much more focused on the market than I was and if he told me to sell I almost always did. I still value his advice and guidance for big moves.

In terms of what I invest in, I vastly prefer index funds for most investing, and Vanguard’s low fee index funds like VTSMX (with even lower fees if you’re investing enough money to get to “Admiral Shares,” which even makes for a nice little target). Still, every so often I dabble with buying individual stocks, and I’ve been very lucky with the individual stocks that I’ve bought, so I probably have a rose-colored view of investing in general. As I mentioned above, when I got started investing in my early 20s I bought a few mutual funds, with mixed results (particularly considering the big stock bubble of the late ’90s happened just as I was getting started). I also have a bit of money invested in some of Vanguard’s “Target Retirement” funds, which supposedly reallocate money as you get closer to your target retirement date so your risk/exposure decreases as you get closer to needing the money; you can also obviously rebalance your investments yourself, although it can be a PITA. I try whenever possible to automatically invest some small amount on a monthly basis; in some years it’s been as small as $ 25 a week. I also use Acorns for super small “set it and forget it” investing, which can be a great place to start if you really think you have NO money to invest. I’ve been intrigued by socially responsible investing but haven’t researched it a ton — the idea being that you can buy funds where managers ONLY invest in companies that aren’t, for example, polluting, using sweatshops, and other things. I have bought bond index funds over the years, and still hold some, but I feel like I’m woefully uninformed on bonds, bond ladders, and bond index funds — it’s on my to do list to research more when I get a second.

(A great “getting started investing” story from a friend of mine: For her 10th birthday, her father gave her a copy of Peter Lynch’s book (affiliate link) and a “loan” of $ 2,000 to invest, with the promise that she had the rest of her life to pay him back. She bought a lot of what she knew as a 10-year-old — Gap, Nintendo, and so forth — and made a killing. I got my start with a similar amount as a college graduation gift…)

Over to you, readers: When did YOU get started investing? Do you invest in stocks or index funds (or other)? For those of you in company 401K plans with limited investment options, how do you research your options (and how often do you reassess)? 

(If you’re more on the beginner side of things, do check out our money roadmap for a general checklist for your personal finance journey — as well as our recent post on the best financial books for beginners.)

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Asia stocks subdued as European trade fears flare, Trump comments hit dollar

Asian stocks eked out modest gains on Friday as investor caution prevailed amid concerns about the European Union imposing retaliatory tariffs on U.S. goods while U.S. President Donald Trump’s criticism of Federal Reserve policy knocked the dollar.


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Cramer’s take on retail REIT stocks: Their ‘remarkable comeback’ might not be worth your cash

Jim Cramer says the retail resurgence is boosting business at affiliated real estate investment trusts, but says he's not enthusiastic about REIT stocks just yet.
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Japan’s GPIF posts $50 billion loss in first-quarter as trade tensions hit stocks

Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund, the world’s largest pension fund, lost 5.5 trillion yen ($ 49.7 billion) on its investments in the first quarter as worries about U.S.-China trade friction…


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Asian stocks on edge hours before tariff deadline

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Asian share markets were set for a bumpy ride on Friday just hours ahead of a U.S. deadline to impose tariffs on Chinese imports, which has rattled financial markets in recent weeks as investors feared it could trigger a full-blown global trade war.


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Here’s why stocks and the World Cup don’t mix

The World Cup is siphoning the attention of traders, sending trading volumes down by as much as 50 percent during match times, according to a new report. The thinner trading, meanwhile, is raising the cost of executing trades by as much as 20 percent. “We find that [soccer] is indeed distracting, subtly impacting market depth,…
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Cramer Remix: Chasing this stock’s high may be worth your while

Jim Cramer breaks down how shares of RH could continue to soar.
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Black Founder Launches Platform That Helps You Easily Invest in Stocks, ETFs, and Options

Jellifin is a commission-free options trading platform that recently went to market and is already gaining traction. The company believes that investing should be straightforward without all the unnecessary steps, allowing users the opportunity to invest in stocks, ETFs, and options.

The upside, as compared to traditional platforms, is that the company will allow investors to diversify their portfolio without having to pay commissions or fees for each trade. The reason they can do this is that they have partnered with Third Party Trade L.L.C., a brokerage API service provider, and maintaining a low-cost overhead.

“Investing in the stock market is already complicated and pricey. Therefore, investors should have all the available tools and resources at their disposal to make an informed decision,” said Andre Norman, founder & CEO at Jellifin. “Simply offering low-cost trading with stripped away features is not the way to go. But at the same time offering an overly complicated service loaded with expensive fees adds to the core problem investors are currently facing.”

Jellifin’s wants to allow investors a suite of tools in a more user-friendly format allowing them to feel comfortable utilizing different investing strategies on the Jellifin platform. Some of the features include 1-Click Buy or Sell orders, triggers to fully automate the buying and selling of stocks and options using traditional coding IF/THEN statements, and making sure that the pricing is clear and concise, removing the guesswork while trading.

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According to a statement from the company, ETF assets globally reached the $ 4.6 trillion mark for the first time last year. With a steady inflow of money into the industry and intensifying competition between ETF providers, ETFs will continue to act as an attractive investment option for investors.

The hope is that with Jellifin’s user-friendly interface and new stocks and ETFs trading features, they will lower the barriers to entry for investors making it so your everyday person can get involved.

 

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ARGENTINA: Stocks Rise On Earnings Reports, But Dollar Rally Raises Tension

Merval, the benchmark stock market index in Argentina, rose 0.69% to 29,805.65 on Friday, boosted by earnings reports from local companies in spite of rising tension in financial markets due to a stronger dollar. In the week, the index increased 3.71%.
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BlackRock is positive on stocks but trade and rising rates are risk factors

BlackRock strategists see rising U.S. protectionism and a jump in bond yields as the biggest headwinds to their optimistic outlook for risk assets.

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It’s still a bull market, even as tech stocks tank: Analyst

Even as tech stocks tank, the market remains bullish, says one analyst.
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It’s time to test the early warning system for the economy and stocks

There are an increasing number of signs and signals that the economy is entering the very late stages of economic recovery.
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Dow sheds 400 points as tech stocks crash on Facebook news

US stocks sank about 2 percent on Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average shedding nearly 400 points, as Facebook led a selloff in technology stocks on reports that the social media company’s user information was misused. Facebook shares tumbled 7.1 percent on reports that a political consultancy that worked on President Donald Trump’s campaign…
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Cramer Remix: Surprise! Defense stocks’ struggles aren’t linked to tariffs

Jim Cramer gives a fresh perspective on what could be causing defense stocks to fall recently.
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Gun stocks rally after slump caused by fears of legislation

They’re back. Gun stocks have put together a modest four-day winning streak — posting a nearly 20 percent gain over that span, erasing a recent slump caused by investor fears that more stringent gun laws were on the horizon. Shares of American Outdoor Brands, maker of Smith & Wesson guns, closed Tuesday at $ 10.64, up…
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Roomba stocks are a mess thanks to weak earnings

One of the loudest sucking sounds on Wall Street on Thursday came from iRobot, maker of the Roomba robotic vacuum cleaner. Shares of the Bedford, Mass., company tumbled 32 percent, to $ 59.80, after it forecast weaker-than-expected profits for 2018. The company, which pioneered the self-driving vacuum sector, has been battling lower-cost rivals recently, which has…
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Invest in These 5 Stocks Now, Says Top African American Investment Manager

The stock markets have been sizzling, fueled largely by a stronger economy, rising corporate profits, and attractive valuations for equities: During 2017, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose nearly 28.5%, the Nasdaq composite index jumped 27.2% and the S&P 500 was up 21%, says Noland Langford, founder and CEO of Left Brain Capital Management, a Chicago-based black-owned investment firm.

Langford also owns Left Brain Capital Wealth Management, an advisory firm for executives and families.

The major stock indexes had their best performance since 2013. Langford says there are at least five good places to invest your money in the stocks given the current economic conditions. A former Merrill Lynch and Wells Fargo adviser for a combined 15 years, Langford launched Left Brain Wealth Management in 2014 and Left Brain Capital Management in 2016.

 

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Langford manages assets for 30 individual investors through the Left Brain Capital Appreciation. The fund invests in stocks, bonds and other securities.

Left Brain Capital’s flagship fund was ranked as one of the world’s top-performing funds in 2016/2017 by Preqin, a research firm that tracks global hedge fund performance. Additionally, Left Brain Wealth advises over 150 wealthy individuals on their investment, retirement and tax-planning needs.

Here is a peek at what he projects will be among the top-performing stocks in various business sectors in 2018 and the next one to three years:

 

Dollar Tree (Nasdaq: DLTR)

Dollar Tree is one of the nation’s largest operators of variety stores in the consumer discretionary spending sector. It now has nearly 14,000 stores in 48 states with plans to add hundreds more. There’s a resilient demand for the company’s products because people move from big retailers to Dollar Tree when economic times are tough. And when the economy is strong like it is now, shoppers visit Dollar Tree more often and spend more. Langford also says Dollar Tree is a shareholder-friendly company, often returning capital to investors via share buybacks.

 

Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX)

The U.S. entertainment company is Langford’s pick in the media industry. He says the Netflix continues to be a disruptor. After shutting down the video rental market, it is now upending cable and network TV. Profits are going straight back into the company, signaling a strong commitment to growth that longer-term investors should be keen on. The company’s subscriber base is growing especially fast internationally. That is really good news for shareholders because it not only expands Netflix’s lead versus competitors, but also gives the company extra revenue to keep funding its original programming. That momentum should keep driving the stock upward in the years ahead.

 

Teladoc (NYSE: TDOC)

Teladoc, the nation’s first and largest telehealth platform, is a dominant player in the fast-growing space of healthcare. Langford says the company presents a disruptive, time-efficient model for healthcare provision. Users can log in and see a doctor in about 10 minutes; the ROI for clinicians on the platform was 5-to-1. The platform records millions of users per year, with an extremely high satisfaction rate. Because of the need for convenient and cost-effective healthcare, Teladoc’s annual growth rates are expected to be around 30% for at least the next five years.

 

Skyworks Solutions (Nasdaq: SWKS)

Skyworks Solutions, a semiconductor company that designs and makes chips for smartphones, is Langford’s pick in the tech space. Forty percent of the company’s revenue comes from Apple devices, cellular infrastructure, broadband networks, the auto industry, etc. Skyworks Solutions offers many opportunities for long-term growth potential: the chips are essential for 4G mobile services and the impending rollout of 5G. Further, the company’s chips are vital for smart technology (smart cars, in-home smart devices, and other connected/Internet of Things devices), enabling the connection to WiFi, Bluetooth and routers, to name just a few. The stock is very cheap compared to the company’s growth rate.

 

Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN)

The nation’s largest online retailer has been making news and grabbing headlines on the retail side. But Langford says one of the more exciting aspects of Amazon’s business in the tech space is Amazon Web Services (AWS), a cloud computing platform. The business offers strong growth potential, even in an economic downturn, as more and more businesses migrate their computing and server needs to the cloud.

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A ‘big money indicator’ is pointing to more record highs for stocks: Bank of America

A technical strategist sees more room to the market's record run.
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CBS, Viacom stocks rally on rumors of possible merger talks

CBS and Viacom shares jumped Friday as rumors swirled that the formerly joined media giants had re-entered merger talks. Both companies are controlled by the Redstone family — which split them in two in 2006 to maximize their value. While CBS, led by Chief Executive Les Moonves, has prospered, Viacom has struggled mightily — sparking…
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Stocks make slight recovery after Flynn guilty plea

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Is Your Kindergartner Learning About Stocks?

Today I spoke with John Rogers, founder and CEO of Chicago-based Ariel Investments, a B.E. 100s company. Rogers is also known for founding Ariel Community Academy, a public school—not a charter—on the South Side of Chicago that teaches neighborhood youngsters about the intricacies of investing.

 

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The 20-plus-year-old K-8 school has reportedly produced graduates that have gone on to become doctors, lawyers, entrepreneurs, and financial services professionals—not bad for an urban, predominantly black school that doesn’t use any selectivity criteria to screen its students.

But maybe introducing stocks to kindergartners and equity investing to fourth graders has something to do with the alumni’s remarkable successes.

Rogers spoke to me about his goals for partnering with Chicago Public Schools to open Ariel Community Academy.

“First, we wanted our students to be really comfortable with the stock market,” Rogers told me, explaining that now that traditional pension plans have all but disappeared, putting most Americans “in charge of navigating their own financial ship,” as Rogers says, it’s critical for young people to start out with a sound financial footing.

“We wanted the students to grow up to be good investors, to prepare themselves for retirement, for college tuition, and for a first house.”

Second, Rogers wants Ariel students to start thinking about careers in financial services. Because the students work with professional analysts, “they learn about career paths that they might have never been otherwise exposed to.” Two graduates work full time at Ariel Investments.

 

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A third goal of the school is to produce better, more effective entrepreneurs. “We need to have strong minority-owned companies,” Rogers says. He told me about one grad who has an online business teaching financial concepts.

Rogers’s fourth goal isn’t for the students, but for other successful businesses: “We want to be a role model for other financial services companies, to show how they can partner with urban public schools,” he says.

President Obama had appointed Rogers to chair the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability, which in the second term the council changed to Financial Capability for Young Americans.

“It presented a cool opportunity to convene the power of the White House and the Treasury and the Department of Education to pull together a great board, speakers, and national leaders in financial services,” Rogers says.

A key recommendation that came out of it: to see more financial services and local businesses partnering with urban public schools to teach kids about investing, entrepreneurship, and the lucrative financial services sphere.

Exactly what Ariel Investments is already doing.

To learn more about Ariel Community Academy, go here.

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Despite Bump Stocks Debate, This Week Saw Little Progress on Guns

The NRA may now be behind an effort to regulate a device that helped turn Sunday's country music festival in Las Vegas into a war zone, but the broader gun control debate in Washington remains largely unchanged.

Though its leaders are rarely seen or heard from on the Hill, the NRA looms large there, with lawmakers in both parties seeking to stay in the good graces of the powerful gun

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Cher is accusing an LA billionaire of ‘duping’ her into selling stocks, and missing out on millions

Performer Cher claims she was "duped" by a Los Angeles billionaire over a health care stock investment.
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Cramer Remix: What’s really behind the rally in oil stocks

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Cramer drafts a dream team of stocks in the spirit of fantasy football

Jim Cramer compiles a stock market dream team of technology, media and health care stocks.
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Stocks stabilize as North Korea blinks on Guam

US stocks opened flat on Tuesday after North Korea’s leader delayed a decision on firing missiles towards Guam, pointing to receding tensions between the United States and North Korea. Pyongyang’s plans to fire missiles near the U.S. Pacific territory prompted a surge in tensions in the region last week, with President Donald Trump saying the…
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US Stocks To Open Lower Amid NKorea Tensions

U.S. stocks look set to open on a subdued note Friday as investors continue to be risk averse against the backdrop of heightened geopolitical tensions.
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Stocks May Regain Ground In Early Trading – U.S. Commentary

Following the sell-off seen in the previous session, stocks may regain some ground in early trading on Friday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a modestly higher open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by 21 points.
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Stocks Regain Ground But Still Close Lower For The Week – U.S. Commentary

Stocks saw some strength during trading on Friday, regaining ground following the sell-off seen in the previous session. With the upward move, the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 rebounded after ending Thursday’s trading at their lowest closing levels in a month.
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Extending the pullback seen over the two previous sessions, stocks have come under pressure in morning trading on Thursday. The major averages have slid firmly into negative territory, with the Dow and the S&P 500 pulling back further off Monday’s record closing highs.
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US stocks slip as North Korea tensions mount

US stocks were lower on Wednesday afternoon as investors rushed to safe-haven assets after President Donald Trump’s “fire and fury” warning to North Korea escalated tensions with the nuclear-armed nation. North Korea said it was considering plans to fire missiles at Guam, a US-held Pacific island, after President Trump’s Tuesday warning. Trump followed his warning…
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Stocks Seeing Modest Strength In Mid-Day Trading – U.S. Commentary

Stocks are seeing modest strength in mid-day trading on Monday, adding to the slim gains posted in the previous session. Earlier in the day, the Dow climbed to another new record intraday high.
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Stocks May Open Higher On Upbeat Jobs Data – U.S. Commentary

Stocks may move to the upside in early trading on Friday following the release of the monthly jobs report. The major index futures are currently pointing to a higher open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by 56 points.
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Stocks Continue To See Modest Strength In Mid-Day Trading – U.S. Commentary

After an early move to the upside, stocks remain mostly positive in mid-day trading on Friday. While buying interest has remained somewhat subdued, the Dow managed to reach a new record intraday high in early trading.
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Stocks Remain Mostly Positive In Mid-Day Trading – U.S. Commentary

After moving to the upside early in the session, stocks remain mostly positive in mid-day trading on Tuesday. With the upward move on the day, the Dow has reached another new record intraday high.
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This generation’s blue chip stocks are tech companies

Wall Street has always valued blue chip stocks — a name derived from the highest-value poker chip color — but today’s new blue chips are nothing like your father’s. If there was ever any doubt about what the new blue chips are, last week’s earnings reports cast them in stone. Long forgotten are the “old…
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Tobacco stocks plunge as FDA eyes nicotine clampdown

The US Food and Drug Administration aims to reduce nicotine levels in cigarettes while exploring measures to move smokers toward e-cigarettes, in a major regulatory shift announced on Friday that sent traditional cigarette company stocks plunging. The move means FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb has sided at least partially with e-cigarettes in the debate over whether…
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