On Wednesday the markets were steadily higher as the Dow passed 25,000 for the first time in about two weeks. 

Tesla (TSLA - Get Report) jumped over 7% after CEO Elon Musk said the company can meet its production goals for the Model 3, and as shareholders voted Musk to retain his roles as chairman and CEO of the electric automaker.

Twitter (TWTR - Get Report) shares were mixed after announcing plans to raise $1 billion through a convertible bond issue following its inclusion into the S&P 500 later this week.

Facebook's  (FB - Get Report)   stock declined after saying several Chinese companies, including one investigated by the U.S., were given preferred access to user data.

Here are three top takes from the columnists of Real Money and Real Money Pro, our premium sites for Wall Street professionals and active investors:

Jim Cramer: If Millennials Love It, Do You Buy It?

"Just because millennials love it doesn't mean you should buy it," says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.

"In the last two months I have heard a number of CEOs talk about how, surprisingly, millennials have an affinity for their products. They tend to point it out to show you there's a trend change you may not be aware about," Cramer adds.

Four Reasons Why Better Stock-Buying Opportunities Lie Ahead

"While the bulk of the indices closed higher again Tuesday, trends remain a mix of neutral and positive and some caution signals are starting to appear on the data screen," according to Real Money Pro columnist Guy Ortmann.

"There are a number of issues at hand that warrant maintaining our current outlook for the major equity indices. Indeed, four data points suggest better buying prospects for stocks may lie ahead," Ortmann says.

Micron Investors Shouldn't Fret About China -- For Now

"For a couple of reasons, investors in Micron (MU - Get Report)  -- and for that matter, DRAM rivals Samsung and SK Hynix -- probably don't need to worry too much about the Chinese government's price-fixing probe," writes Real Money columnist Eric Jhonsa.

"However, Beijing's clear long-term desire to reduce, if not break, the market power wielded by the DRAM industry's big-3 is certainly worth keeping an eye on. Even if it's the kind of effort that could take several years or more to have a big impact on DRAM industry profits," notes Jhonsa.

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