Why Vimeo Stock Could Jump 25% Higher

Buying Vimeo stock today is just like buying an exciting IPO.

The video hosting and sharing platform that’s only four years into its rebrand came out of its first day as a publicly traded company just weeks ago.

This new strategy is what sets Vimeo apart from YouTube or Instagram, and finding that niche is what will help them sustain and grow in the future.


Here’s what the tech stock is doing to separate itself from the pack, plus a Vimeo stock price prediction…

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Dow Jones Today Pushes into Positive Territory After Apple Smashes Earnings

Pre-market trading in the Dow Jones today indicated slight gains after Apple Inc. rose 3.4% on better than anticipated earnings last Tuesday.

The tech giant reported an EPS of $2.73 per share, a figure that beat expectations by four cents.

Revenue of $61.18 billion also beat expectations. Because Apple is the largest stock in the economy based on market capitalization, Apple's stellar returns should provide a significant boost to markets today.



Your High-Tech Entry into the Bulletproof Home Services Market

None of the problems in the beleaguered retail industry hits closer to home than that of Sears Holding Corp.

Sears is a defining case study for problems the retail space. Founded 131 years ago, Sears itself admits it's close to closing its doors after losing $10 billion over the last decade.

Granted, Sears' situation is far from unique. More than 8,600 brick-and-mortar stores will close their doors this year, according to Credit Suisse.

That's a higher rate than the record year of 2008 – the height of the financial crisis. News of closures seems to arrive daily now.

But you never hear about two retailers closing stores – Home Depot Co. Lowe's Cos. Inc.

They're riding the strength of the $700 billion global home services market.

Today, I want to tell you about a tech firm that made a key buyout in this bulletproof sector – and why the move could put money in your pocket.

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