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1. Aggressive RecommendationUniversal Display Corporation (OLED) is a current recommendation in Momentum Trader Alert.
Based near Princeton University in New Jersey, OLED has been on a tear. The company is profiting from smartphone makers, such as Samsung and Apple (AAPL), who areshifting from traditional liquid crystal displays (LCD) to organic light emitting diode (OLED) screens.
OLED saw its shares soar more than 8% on Jan.
Jim Woods has over 20 years of experience in the markets from working as a stockbroker,
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