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A Rhode Island company called Nestor sells traffic enforcement systems and this week a blogger revealed its stock was soaring far beyond expectations. Nestor is traded under the stock market abbreviation NEST. Investors confused Nestor with a tech company called Nest, which is being sold to Google for billions of dollars.
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