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pet industry spending No. 1 Stock to Buy for $75 Billion Pet Industry Pet spending in the U.S. exceeds $75 billion a year, a figure that will grow by double digits in coming years. Here’s how to turn this growing mega pet trend into profits for your portfolio. Plus: some cute pictures of our readers’ cats and dogs.
2020 investing opportunities Exclusive! Bold Profits Team Reveals the Biggest Investing Opportunities of 2020 It’s the biggest investment event of the year … which is why we’re doing something a little different this week and coming to you LIVE from Banyan Hill’s Total Wealth Symposium.
pet industry ETF and pet spending Pet Spending Hits $75 Billion – Invest in Pet ETF PAWZ Pet spending in the U.S. exceeds $75 billion a year — more than the combined gross domestic product of 39 other countries. And that figure will grow by double digits over the next three to five years. Here’s how to turn this growing mega pet trend into profits for your portfolio.
5 Great Ways You Can Invest This Summer (3-minute read) We all know that summer is a time for resting, relaxing and enjoying the sun, but taking a break from the markets would be a mistake! Here’s why…
No. 1 Way to Tap the Pet Economy’s 206% Boom (3-minute read) A key segment of the economy is going to the dogs … the pet care industry is soaring with millennial money and expected to grow 206% over the next six years.

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