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Big Tech Has a Big Earnings Problem Big Tech Has a Big Earnings Problem Big Tech reports earnings soon. But it looks like they haven't cut enough costs or made enough revenue to avoid an ugly picture.
Stocks to Buy in 2023: Less Than 5% Will Win Stocks to Buy in 2023: Less Than 5% Will Win
by Michael Carr December 22, 2022 Banyan Edge, Investing, Stocks
If you're looking for stocks that will outperform in 2023, look no further than these less-than-5% to keep winning...
2 Inflation Losers, and 2 Big Winners 2 Inflation Losers, and 2 Big Winners High inflation is driving widespread changes in consumer behavior — and it's handing us plenty of trades...
Are you not entertained Mickey Mouse Disney meme New Streaming King: Disney Devours Netflix in Subscriber Growth
by Joseph Hargett August 11, 2022 Great Stuff
I’m Going To Disney Land… Great Ones, I just ran away from Netflix (Nasdaq: ). Now I’m going to Disneyland. I just joined a new streaming service … I’m going to Disneyland. I just watched the multiverse … I’m going to Disneyland. I just flipped off Reed Hastings … I’m going to Disneyland. I just […]
investment opportunities to combat the Fed’s $8,000/Year “Mortgage Tax” The Fed’s $8,000/Year “Mortgage Tax” Inflation is caused by a mismatch between supply and demand. The Federal Reserve can’t increase the supply of goods and services. So, to control prices it must engineer “demand destruction.” That’s as nasty as it sounds. I’ve already explained how the Fed uses the “wealth effect” to make households with lots of stocks cut spending … and why that strategy won’t work with U.S. wealth concentrated in so few hands. I also explored how big changes in the U.S. and global economy since the 1970s will force the Fed to raise interest rates A LOT to bring inflation down. Today, we’re going to look at the impact of their demand destruction on U.S. households.

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