Will Amazon Crush Walmart? -- TheStreet's 'Technically Speaking' Podcast
Jeff Bezos continues to bring damage to other retailers.

With the S&P 500 Index continuing to rally from the correction lows hit earlier this month, the market is back to following individual stories. 

From Walmart's (WMT) shocking guidance at the hands of Amazon (AMZN) to Kylie Jenner's tweet that sent Snap Inc's (SNAP) stock tanking, there was no shortage of intriguing stories for investors this week. In the latest installment of TheStreeet's Technically Speaking podcast, we analyzed some of these huge tech stories and revealed what may be next in each case.

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Host

Tech Editor, Nelson Wang

This Week's Guests

Executive Editor, Brian Sozzi

Chris Nolter, Sr. Reporter

Eric Jhonsa, Sr. Columnist

Julie Iannuzzi, Executive Producer

Behind the Scenes

Qualcomm vs. Broadcom

The group discusses whether Action Alerts Plus holding Broadcom (AVGO) has made strategic missteps in trying to acquire Qualcomm (QCOM) . There is one way to trade this saga, Sozzi suggests.

Walmart Feels the Heat From Amazon

One thing the panels agrees on: Action Alerts Plus holding Amazon's tentacles in society continue to grow, and that could be bad news for companies besides Walmart.

Snap Inc.'s Terrible Week

Nolter makes a great point as to who could acquire the struggling Snap. It's not who you think.  

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