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Amazon (AMZN) and Twitter (TWTR) belong on your Aggressive Growth Stock Radar

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This week we saw Mark Zuckerberg get grilled on Capitol Hill. The Facebook (FB - Free Report) CEO was apologizing for misuse of the platform but our Aggressive Growth Stock Strategist, Brian Bolan, points out that it was like teaching your grandparents to program a VCR.  Members of congress weren’t well informed enough about the technology to ask the right questions and many of them simply grandstanded for a future TV ad for when they face reelection.  Brian notes that Facebook (FB - Free Report) is a Zacks Rank #4 (Sell), but he has Amazon (AMZN - Free Report) and Twitter (TWTR - Free Report) in his sights. Both stocks are Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy) as earnings estimates have moved higher for both.  Mr. Bolan also likes the idea of the divergence in style scores, and both AMZN and TWTR both have an F for value and an A for growth. Both stocks have also seen a recent dip in price, but solid earnings growth and a good history of beating the number tells Brian that now is a great time to have these stocks on your aggressive growth stock radar.

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