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Which Nasdaq stock would you own?

Alongside the Federal Open Market Committee's closely-watched meeting this week, a number of major NASDAQ companies are due to report earnings, including Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Yahoo.

Analysts expect Apple to report fiscal first-quarter earnings-per-share (EPS) of $14.09 on revenue of $57.5 billion-up 2 and 5 percent on year respectively.

(Read now: Traders anxious ahead of pivotal week on Wall St)

Last week, legendary investor Carl Icahn told us Apple is one of the cheapest tech stocks out there but we want to know, which of these stocks you would rather own?

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