Sears is running out of time and money. It had $1.8 billion in the till a year ago. Now it has only $238 million. And $3 billion in debt.
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Over the long term, stocks have gone up. That’s why we figure it’s wrong to obsess about crashing stocks. That doesn’t mean you should ignore the potential.
Think you’re going to change this system by voting for Hillary or Trump, Democrat or Republican? Maybe, but there’s no evidence of it in the CFR.
If the Aussie market continues to rebound, more investors will begin to look elsewhere. When they do, they’ll find that small-caps offer a lot of promise.
It is almost as though they never intended to win. They know that the longer the war goes on, the more money flows into the swamp…and stays there.
Debt is a drag on growth. Money that could once have been spent in the economy is being diverted to principal and interest payments.
Breaking news from the Financial Times: ‘Electrolux, the Swedish appliance maker, is exploring starting an “Uber for laundry” in which consumers would use their own washing machines to wash other people’s clothes.’ Your editor has never used an Uber. We’ve never used an Airbnb, either. So the chances of us using an ‘Uber for laundry’ … Read More
Investors have bought up all the big-cap stocks as world markets recovered. Meanwhile, they’ve so far ignored the market’s tiny stocks.
The middle class got lower wages and more debt. The system is rigged in favour of the Establishment that runs it. Voters couldn’t sort out exactly how…
Election trading strategies ran into a pair of billion-dollar buzz saws, wielded by legendary stock trader Carl Icahn and hedge fund man Stan Druckenmiller.
If you look at a short term chart of the S&P/ASX 300 Metals & Mining index, you’ll see that it’s up 74.1% since the late January low.
It looks as though we will soon see rising inflation and the end of the 35-year bull market in bonds. Keep your seat belts fastened and your eyes open.
We don’t want, or expect, you to blindly follow our recommendations. Or, if you do, know that we could be wrong; always have a plan to manage that situation if it occurs. I’m hoping it…