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What's happening with GOOG: Starting on March 18, the Chicago Board Options Exchange will start offering mini-options on five securities, including Google (GOOG).  While standard options contracts are for 100 shares of the underlying stock, mini-options contracts will only be for 10 shares. The purpose of these smaller options is to make the cost of a contract less expensive for a high-priced stock. Other equities that will begin trading mini options include Apple (AAPL), Amazon.com (AMZN), the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY), and SPDR Gold Shares (GLD). Google stock has been in a strong upward trend since November gaining 18% in just four months.

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What's happening with ADBE: Adobe (ADBE) has been steadily rising since last August. In fact, since the beginning of August the stock has posted a gain of 36%, and is currently trading just shy of its 52 week high. The stock has been strong, but really made a strong move over the last month. Over the last week the stock has been in a sideways pattern as traders await the company's fiscal first quarter results on March 19. Analysts expect to see earnings of $0.31 per share, down from $0.57 during the same period last year.

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What's happening with ROST: Ross Stores (ROST) has been on a roller coaster ride so far in 2013. After getting off to a strong start, the stock has been trading lower since mid-February. The stock recently saw selling pressure after the company announced a 1% decrease in February same-store sales when analysts were expecting a 1.1% increase. The company will get a chance to turn things around on March 21 when it reports its fourth quarter results. Analysts are expecting earnings of $1.07 per share, up from $0.85 during the same period last year.

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What's happening with HRB: H&R Block has been trading steadily higher since May of 2012, and is currently just shy of its 52-week high. The company recently admitted to having a large number of filing errors in this year's tax returns, which will result in delayed payment of refunds for some of its customers. The IRS announced that around 660,000 returns were filed with errors, and H&R Block admitted to having submitted hundreds of thousands of returns with the errors before they became aware of the situation. 

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What's happening with MDC: MDC Holdings (MDC) is a homebuilder based out of Denver, CO. Despite an improving housing market, shares of MDC have not been very strong thus far in 2013. Year to date, the stock has managed to appreciate just 2.6%, but it could make a move this week with a couple of big housing data announcements on the schedule. On March 21 we will get existing home sales data for February, and on March 20 homebuilder Lennar (LEN) will be reporting its fiscal first quarter results.

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