Here Were the Three Hottest Stories on Wall Street Thursday

U.S. indices were mixed Thursday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average being the lone index to survive an afternoon selloff. 

The Dow was able to gain 37 points to finish the session at 26,187, while the Nasdaq fell 26 points to 7,386 and the S&P 500 declined 2 points to 2,822. 

Here are the stories that investors were paying attention to Thursday. 

DowDupont's Wild Ride

Brent Kenwell has some advice on how to trade a volatile DowDuPont (DWDP) stock. 

Amazon Is a Stock to Own in February

Amazon.com  (AMZN) is among a basket of stocks Stephen Guilfoyle is bullish about in February

Super Bowl Stimulus Package

Beer sellers are hoping the Super Bowl gives them a needed shot in the arm

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