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How to Play Goldman Sachs’ Big Call This Week on Micron Technology Stock

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In a market made up of stocks, Micron Technology (NASDAQ:MU) is one known to march to the beat of its own drummer. But in today’s market, is now a better time to buy, sell or hold off on MU stock? Let’s explore what’s happening off and on the price chart, then offer a risk-adjusted determination aligned with those findings.

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Despite a punishing novel coronavirus detour earlier this year, 2020 has turned into a standout year for the Nasdaq Composite index. On the back of influential and dazzling rallies in Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA), Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) and others, the index has soared to new highs and returned more than 23%.

No doubt investors can thank the Nasdaq’s strong gains to both a loose-handed, generous Fed

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Last Week Jupiter Had 79 Moons. This Week It May Have 600 More That Go Backwards, Say Scientists

A new study says that there may be as many as 600 small “irregular moons” orbiting Jupiter.

2018 saw the discovery of 12 new moons of Jupiter, bringing the known total to 79. Now a new paper published last week claims to have found many hundreds more.

However, these are a different kind of moon to Jupiter’s “big four” of Callisto, Ganymede, Europa and Io, all of which can easily be seen in the night sky right now.

What is an irregular moon?

An irregular moon is a minor object that used to orbit the Sun, but was captured by a giant planet early on in the Solar System’s history. Having swapped from being Sun-orbiting to planet-orbiting, they often have “eccentric” orbits; distant, inclined and retrograde—they orbit backwards.

A regular moon is one—like Earth’s moon—that evolved

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As problems persist, Chesterfield fields 1,500 technology support calls during a week of virtual learning | Education

“Today my kid was taking a test and started panicking. I looked over and everything was frozen and nothing worked. We ended up restarting the computer and he was able to get back in. I’m hearing this is happening a lot; families are reaching out to me and teachers are reaching out to me,” School Board member Kathryn Haines said during Monday’s work session.

School Board Chairwoman Debbie Bailey and fellow member Ryan Harter made comments Monday about hearing from families about interruptions during class, primarily through Google Meet, a video communication service.

“No one has gotten into a Google Meet that wasn’t supposed to be there, that wasn’t a CCPS student. Is that correct?” Bailey asked during Monday’s work session.

Brian Jones, executive director of technology, replied, “No, that wouldn’t be correct. There have been instances especially in the beginning, first day or two, where someone would call in

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Poco X3 confirmed for India, launching next week

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  • The Poco X3 is coming to India on September 22.
  • Poco’s new phone will be available via Flipkart.
  • Unlike the global variant, however, it might not have NFC.

The Poco X3 NFC might be one of the better budget-focused smartphones in Europe right now, packing plenty of features for €229 (~$272). Fortunately, the Xiaomi sub-brand has now confirmed that the phone will come to India very soon.

Confirmation of the phone’s release came via the Poco India Twitter account, noting that it will be available via Flipkart on September 22 at midday IST (2:30 AM ET). Check out the tweet below.

It’s also interesting to note that the Poco India

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Technical Cooperation Achievements to be Showcased at Virtual Events during IAEA General Conference Next Week

The IAEA Department of Technical Cooperation (TC) will host two side events at the 64th IAEA General Conference next week and will organize meetings for four regional cooperation agreements. Some of these are being scheduled outside the week of the main conference to limit physical interaction.  

One year after the IAEA and the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) launched their Women’s Cancers Partnership Initiative at the 63rd IAEA General Conference, a side event on September 22 will review the achievements realized through the ongoing Initiative. In the presence of IsDB President Bandar Hajjar, IAEA experts and guest speakers will discuss how the Initiative has moved ahead despite the restrictions imposed by COVID-19, and how new partnerships will be forged with non-traditional donors to increase global access to comprehensive cancer diagnosis and treatment for women. The winners of the IsDB Call for Innovation competition, which sought proposals from scientists and academic researchers

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Business Insider’s best investing stories of the week ended September 15

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Dear Readers,

It’s a tech stock world and we’re all just living in it. Look no further than the last couple weeks of market action for evidence of that.

Pushed to record-setting extremes, tech shares finally showed signs of vulnerability, and dragged the whole market down with them. Subsequent attempts at recovery have also been led by the tech cohort.

The equity-strategy team at Morgan Stanley thinks these sharp, concentrated price swings have created dislocations in the market — and thereby opportunities for investors. In a recent note to clients, the firm argued that the drivers of the stock market’s record-setting summer have been completely reshuffled, and laid out three foolproof strategies to take advantage.

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What Analysts Have To Say This Week (Video)

This is an important week for Apple, and Wall Street analysts know it.

On Tuesday, September 15, the Cupertino company will unveil a number of new devices and, possibly, a service bundle. Consensus suggests that a new Apple Watch lineup and at least one new iPad will see the light of day this week. Questions remain about the launch of the iPhone 12, the Apple silicon Mac and the StudioPods.

So far, at least three research notes have surfaced ahead of Tuesday’s event. All of them came accompanied by a “buy” rating, as analysts seem unfazed by the recent unwind in Apple’s share price – the fastest 10% correction off an all-time high in the stock’ history. See consensus analyst rating and price target below.

Watch the brief video above for more information: what analysts expect to see announced this Tuesday, and the Apple Maven’s take on the stock. Also,

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Will the tropical Atlantic keep churning out record-setting storms this week?

The Atlantic Ocean has spawned named storms at a blistering pace this year, with Paulette, Rene and Sally the most recent additions in what is on track to be a historic season. Forecasters say the last three names on the Atlantic hurricane season’s list for 2020 could soon be exhausted as additional disturbances are being monitored this week.

So far in the 2020 season, Cristobal and every storm from Edouard through Sally all became the earliest storm to develop in the basin for their respective letters.

As Paulette barrels toward Bermuda, Sally aims for the Gulf Coast and Rene harmlessly dissipates over the open Atlantic, forecasters are keeping close watch on several other areas in the basin for additional tropical activity.

A satellite image of the Atlantic basin showing four tropical systems swirling in its waters Sunday morning, Sept. 13, 2020. (CIRA/RAMMB)

“The current early season record holders for the

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The Week In Technology, Sept. 14-18, 2020

The Week In Technology, Sept. 14-18, 2020 | Aviation Week Network


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Klimov Developing Hybrid Helicopter Engine Russia’s United Engine Corp. has launched development of its first hybrid-electric powerplant. St. Petersburg-based subsidiary Klimov, which specializes in…

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Everything coming and going on Netflix for the week of September 13th

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Netflix is adding 25 new shows, movies, and specials in the third week of September.

This might be the most exciting week of the month, with highly-anticipated originals like The Devil All The Time and Ratched, as well as new seasons of MeatEater and Criminal: UK.

Leaving the service is Train to Busan, which you should watch if you like zombie movies.

Netflix continues a torrid month of September with even more exciting original shows and movies this week, including Ratched, which stars Sarah Paulson as the titular antagonist from One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. The other major release is The Devil All The Time, which puts Spider-Man (Tom Holland) in an unfamiliar role.

Here is the complete list of the Netflix streaming arrivals and departures for

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