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Poll: How Much Holiday Shopping Will You Do Online?

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How much of your holiday shopping do you plan to do online-- as opposed to in store?Share your shopping plans below in the daily Hot Stock Minute poll. But first watch Hot Stock Minute host Lauren Lyster and Yahoo Finance Senior Columnist Mike Santoli discuss the holiday shopping season so far. They also talk about Apple sales, and the company's latest acquisition.

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