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Amazon, Nvidia, Micron and 10 Other Stocks to Own in June

Stephen Guilfoyle

First-quarter-earnings season is just about complete, and more than 78% of S&P 500 companies that have reported beat expectations for earnings per share. It should also be good enough to stay the course as long as Federal Reserve members stay on theirs, and if volatility in the U.S. dollar and West Texas Intermediate crude remains moderately predictable. After all, the Atlanta Fed's model for second-quarter GDP growth stands at a solid 4% as I write this.