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It's nearly the holiday season which means Black Friday is right around the corner. People have either already begun purchasing, or will begin purchasing Christmas gifts for their loved ones. What will they be buying? Next-gen consoles, computers, iPhones, and Macs. They'll be searching on Google for deals and buying them from vendors on Amazon. Historically, stocks are volatile and trend up near the holiday season and why should this year be different? Also, Tesla was added to the S&P500 this week which helped push the stock price higher. Will the stock continue to rally?