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Retail inventory sales supply chain back on menu meme The “Stuff” Surplus Has Started; Like Taking Candy From Buybuy Baby
by Joseph Hargett June 30, 2022 Great Stuff
Did Somebody Say “Blue Light Special?” Great Ones, we’ve long talked up the average consumer’s willingness to overspend like no tomorrow. You might fancy yourself a thrifty shopper, but c’mon: Who doesn’t at least shell out for the good frozen pizza every once in a while? No? Call it a willingness, call it an active […]
There’s No Free Lunch — Especially on Wall Street There’s No Free Lunch — Especially on Wall Street (2-minute read) When it comes to the stock market, there’s no free lunch. There’s always a price investors pay for above-average returns. Charles shares what it is...
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1 Sector to Cause Feds to Pivot on Interest Rates 1 Sector to Cause Fed to Pivot on Interest Rates Before you buy a stock for this Fed pivot, make sure you follow this rule…
My Top 5 Bear Market Targets My Top 5 Bear Market Targets These 5 stocks are all across the board, but they have one thing in common... THey could land you a major payday in this bear market.

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