Tuesday was a big day for several hot tech stocks which reached all-time highs. Those include DoorDash, Asana, Uber, Pinterest and Snap. That’s possibly driven by investors positioning themselves ahead of fourth quarter earnings reports. DoorDash gained 15% to $191.99, its highest closing price ever. Asana rose 9% to $34.98, also its all-time high. Uber climbed 7% to $58.54, also a record....
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