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2 Stocks to Watch in 2019

By Motley Fool Staff – Updated Apr 26, 2019 at 3:28PM

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Stocks Mentioned

Microsoft Stock Quote
Microsoft
MSFT
$247.49 (-0.04%) $0.09
Meta Platforms, Inc. Stock Quote
Meta Platforms, Inc.
META
$111.41 (-0.74%) $0.83
Workday Stock Quote
Workday
WDAY
$148.98 (-0.24%) $0.36
Twilio Stock Quote
Twilio
TWLO
$48.56 (0.41%) $0.20

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