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DJIA Today Fell 292 Points – Here's What Happened   

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The DJIA today fell 292 points. The Nasdaq suffered its steepest one-day decline in almost a year.

What happened? A wide sell-off in the biotech and technology sectors outpaced gains fueled by news of a merger between Kraft Foods Group (Nasdaq: KRFT) and H.J. Heinz Co. Continued weakness in Europe also remains a central concern to investors.

Here are the day's top stories, plus our new profit tip for investors...

Facebook F8 2015 Kicks Off Today – Here Are 3 Game Changers to Watch

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Facebook F8 2015 is officially underway.

The annual two-day developer conference has attracted more than 2,000 developers from around the world. Each wants to know if Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg has any game changers in store.

We're watching for game changers to come out of at least one of these three categories...

Facebook Stock Price Today Makes It No. 16 for Market Cap – and Climbing

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The Facebook stock price today is up 0.32% pre-market to $84.43. Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) stock hit an all-time high yesterday, March 23. FB climbed 0.81%, or $0.68, to close at $84.48, while the three major benchmarks closed in the red.

FB shares are up 8.28% year to date. Last week the Facebook stock price had its biggest weekly gain in eight months.

Check out how FB's new market cap ranks among the market's biggest:

Stock Market Today Moving on News from AAPL, FB, and BABA

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Good Morning!Futures for the stock market today forecasted an 85-point decrease for the Dow Jones from yesterday's close.

What to Watch Today: Later this afternoon, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen will announce the central bank's interest rate decision at 2:30 p.m. Although the FOMC is not expected to increase interest rates, the markets will be looking for clues from Yellen's press conference on a timeline for changes in monetary policy.

Here's what else you should know about the stock market today - including your "Money Morning Tip of the Day" - to make it a profitable Wednesday:

3 New Master Limited Partnerships to Watch in 2015

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Master limited partnerships (MLPs) saw incredible growth last year - and the sector shows no sign of slowing down in 2015.

With oil prices expected to slowly recover, MLPs will stay profitable throughout any short-term downturns in 2015.

Here's how you can play the expanding MLP market in 2015...

Why the Facebook (Nasdaq: FB) Stock Price Will Double by 2018

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Wall Street just doesn't understand the incredible opportunity that the Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) stock price represents.

This is a great long-term tech play that can really boost your portfolio. And Facebook stock could double to $161.36 a share in the next three years.

Here's exactly what's behind this social media juggernaut and why its stock will double by 2018...

This Leading Tech Stock Will Double by 2018

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We’re convinced this leading tech stock will double by 2018. And when it does, it will yield triple-digit gains.

Of course, Wall Street doesn’t think so. The Street doesn’t recognize the vital role this stock plays in the mobile revolution. But we do.

Here’s why this industry leader is clearly on a path to doubling its share price in just three short years…

Facebook (Nasdaq: FB) Stock Targets at $91 on Whopping Instagram Valuation

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Analysts just reiterated their 12-month price target for Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) at $91. That's a near 12% increase from where FB stock trades today.

The target is in a large part thanks to Facebook's photo sharing arm, Instagram, which is presently worth a whopping $33 billion, according to industry experts.

Here's an in-depth look at the immense value Instagram now brings to Facebook and to FB stock...

FB Earnings: The Game-Changer That Drove Revenue Up 58% in 2014

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Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) beat top and bottom line estimates today (Thursday).

Full year 2014 FB earnings revealed a 58% increase in revenue year over year ($12.47 billion). Monthly active users (MAUs) - FB's lifeblood - grew to 1.39 billion for an increase of 13% in 2014. And mobile MAUs grew 26% in the same period.

The company overcame a disastrous 2012 IPO. Now, Facebook stock is up more than 38% in the last 12 months, and nearly 150% in the last two years.

There's one reason behind FB's big turnaround, and we've been saying it for two years. In 2013, Facebook mastered an element that is crucial to social media company profits...

Dow Jones Today Falls 195 Points After Fed Statement

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The Dow Jones today shed 195 points. The cause? A U.S. Federal Reserve statement about interest rates issued at the conclusion of the FOMC meeting.

The energy sector also dragged down the markets today. Both Barclays Plc. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc.issued negative research notes on the price of oil.

Here are the other top market stories - plus today's new profit tip for investors...

Facebook Earnings for Q4 Could Drive Huge FB Stock Bump

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Facebook earnings for Q4 come out today after the close, and expectations are high. The social media giant is expected to post EPS of $0.48. That's up $0.02 from $0.46 three months ago. Whisper numbers are even more bullish, with EPS coming in at $0.49.

Even if FB posts a strong quarter, will it be enough to impress investors?

Here's how FB earnings can achieve just that - and drive the stock after-hours in an Apple-like rise...

"Facebook at Work" (Nasdaq: FB) Wants to Be Your New Officemate    

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Facebook (Nasdaq: FB) has long been known as a social media site. Now it wants to be known as a workplace site, too.

The world's largest social media company plans to launch "Facebook at Work" in early January. A select few companies are testing the platform, and details are still being finalized.

While a workplace version of Facebook faces hurdles, a number of companies should be concerned - here's why...

The Social Media War Is Over. The Winner Is…

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Since appearing on FOX Business last week to talk about three major tech companies - Facebook, Twitter, and Amazon.com - I've been getting a ton of questions about what the future really holds for these companies.

Especially Facebook and Twitter.

Those are probably the two best-known players in the social media sector right now.

After releasing their third-quarter earnings reports just days from each other last week, it's evident that their fortunes are starting to diverge.

While Facebook's fortunes are on the rise, Twitter is choking.

Today, I'll tell you why...

Should I Buy Facebook Stock Right Now (Nasdaq: FB)?

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If you're wondering, "Should I buy Facebook stock right now?," our expert said exactly what he'd do on FOX Business' "Varney & Co." on Wednesday...

Check it out here.

Stock Market Today Moving on FOMC, FB, and ORB News

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Good morning! Futures indicate the stock market today will open just a notch above yesterday's close, despite a rally in Europe. The markets are patiently waiting for an announcement after the close of the Fed Open Market Committee's two-day meeting. After the recent market slip - down 6.8% in less than one month - the big question is: "Will the Fed extend QE3?"

The most important number to watch today - besides the Dow - is the Federal Reserve's interest rate on fed funds, which will likely remain unchanged at a range of 0% to 0.25%.

Here's what else you should know - including your Tip of the Day - to make your Wednesday profitable:

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