These Stories Were Hot on Wall Street Friday
The major averages were humming again on Friday.

The major indices closed the week on a high note Friday, marking the second straight session of gains.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average led the charge, climbing 0.89%, or 228.46 points, to 25,803. The Nasdaq was the next biggest gainer, rising 0.68%, or 49 points, while the S&P 500 climbed 0.67%, or 19 points in the session.

Here are some of the stories that were dominating headlines of Friday. 

Here's How to Make Extra Money Off Your Brokerage Account

You can lend shares to your broker and split the fees as a way to generate extra income at minimal risk. Ellen Chang explains how here

Trading Strategies for Facebook, Boeing and Walmart

New record highs for markets mean new trading strategies for some of the biggest names on the board. 

Activision Blizzard Is the Top E-Sports Play

E-Sports are the wave of the future and Activision Blizzard (ATVI) is in on the ground floor. 

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