It's unfair to label so many households "rich" and to hint they somehow got all the breaks and are taking advantage of poor people. Yet, this is exactly what President Obama is doing -- and without a trace of contrition.
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When trading begins Wednesday there will be a rush to make money from Hurricane Sandy with the automatic notion that Home Depot and Lowe’s are the stocks to own.
The current macro environment is difficult to say the least, but the stock offers good value.
Diamond Foods was a monster stock for a long time, rallying from $20 in December 2008 to $96 in September 2011 -- and then the shorts pounced.
President Obama said the world is buying American products because they're the best, but what he didn't say is that it’s smarter and cheaper to make a lot of things overseas.
China is going to spend $156 billion on stimulus that will cover two waterways, five ports, 13 road projects and 25 subway projects, and that means a lot of business for Caterpillar.
This stock seems to be immune to the kind of ups and downs and recent pressure seen in potash and fertilizer plays. This is because this inorganic fertilizer is benefiting big time from the natural gas boom and demand for corn as fuel and food source.
Retail stocks have been amazing this year in part to the fact consumers appear to be willing to spend today and worry less about tomorrow.
The stock was already edging higher after Fossil (NASDAQ:FOSL) posted great numbers, but the volume on this stock over the last few sessions has really been great.
This week, when the National Urban League took Nike to task for its $350.00 LeBron X sneaker, it talked about the company being insensitive to the plight of some Americas.
Kodiak Oil has long been a favorite of those in the know on independent domestic oil and gas exploration.
The rules for making money in debit have changed dramatically and this is how card issuers are adjusting: they’re luring us into more transactions.
Never buy the stock of a company whose CEO shows up wearing a beret.
From VAT taxes, to sky-high gas to massive individual income taxes, Europeans are paying for their welfare states, big time.
When your economic record is trash, you start a race war. Sadly, people are eating it up in this new America, where everyone is a victim.
The amount of professional athletes who run out of money just a few years after leaving sports is around 70% for football and basketball. It really is remarkable considering how much they make these days.
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