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One Million Market Beaters

Wow. If you’re planning to beat the market by being an exceptional stock picker, this article is a MUST READ.

One Million Market Beaters

Courtesy of Michael Batnick, The Irrelevant Investor

  • Uncertainty remains, but Florida is in the cross hairs.
  • What to expect today after tornado outbreak.
  • Why we’re watching Gaston closely now.

These headlines were pulled from a few articles today at weather.com. You could seamlessly replace Florida, tornado, and Gaston with a stock because like the weather, markets are highly complex with countless variables that can’t fully be modeled.

In his highly entertaining book, But What If We’re Wrong, Chuck Klosterman talks about how much money has been spent trying to predict the weather:

Somebody once told me a joke about meteorology. The premise is that we’ve been trying to predict the weather since 3000 BC. The yearly budget for the National Weather Service is $1 billion…Even a conservative estimate places the annual amount of money spent on meteorology at somewhere around $5 billion. And as a result of this investment, our weather can be correctly predicted around 66 percent of the time. As a society, we can go two out of three. Yet if some random dude simply says, “I think the weather tomorrow will be the same as the weather today,” he will be right 33 percent of the time. He can go one for three. So we’ve invested hundreds of billions of dollars and countless hours into meteorological research, with the net effect of becoming twice as accurate as some bozo who looks out the window and points at the sky.

The Wall Street Journal just reported that U.S. mutual funds spend more than $300 million every year to send investors written reports. This is an astonishingly large number, but it’s peanuts compared to how much they spend trying to beat their benchmark. And while the net effect of becoming twice as accurate as some bozo might be true with the weather, it’s the opposite with investing.

The chart below from Dimensional Funds shows that all a bozo has to do to beat the majority of professionals is buy an index fund.

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Next time you hear “Bond Liquidity Crisis”, show them this

 

Next time you hear “Bond Liquidity Crisis”, show them this

Courtesy of Joshua Brown, The Reformed Broker

I’m out all day at a Dimensional Funds applied investment workshop in midtown but I wanted to check in with something cool we’re discussing…

David Plecha, the global head of fixed income at DFA, doesn’t believe in the bond market “liquidity crisis” meme that the newspapers like to trot out every few weeks.

Rather, he views what’s going on as an evolution and not a crisis or a problem – the fixed income market is about 20 years behind the stock market’s evolution but headed in the right direction. Peer to peer trading between buyside shops is the future and the new source of liquidity. These days, buyers can also be sellers and anyone can submit a quote for bids or offers.

The dealers’ role, meanwhile, is changing to more of a frequent trader rather than an inventory provider / middleman.

What’s actually going on is that volume in the bond market is high, back to where it was pre-2008 crisis. This is counter to the narrative you typically hear from disgruntled dealer desks and reporters.

What is very different is that dealer inventories have shrunk considerably. This is because of capital requirement rules like Basel III that force banks to be less leveraged and to carry less risk. Banks have responded by shedding inventory and turning over their supply of bonds more frequently. Trading velocity is way up. Dealers are buying and turning around quickly to make a sale.

Here’s what it looks like:

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The next time you hear someone say “bond liquidity crisis”, show them this.

Okay, see you tomorrow.

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Dimensional Fund Advisors
August 2016





Fed Up Friday – FOMC Meets with Protesters

I don’t want to be sacrificed in your war against an inflation enemy that isn’t here.”

11 Fed officials met with "Fed Up" protesters yesterday who told them: "You will be leaving us behind,” if the Fed rushes to raise rates, accusing the Fed of “pulling the ladder right up after you have climbed it.  Our communities are still in a great recession” and “Let our wages grow”.  

The protest, misguided though it is, exemplifies how uneven the US economy has become as 8 years of easy Fed policies have done nothing for the Bottom 80% – things have actually gotten worse just below the top of the economic ladder.  Sadly, the Fed doesn't work for the Bottom 80% and the Fed is not the Government, the Fed is a Banking Cartel and the kind of inflation they seek to contain is WAGE inflation – exactly what the Fed Up crowd wants them to "fix".  

Things are very fixed, as far as the Fed is concerned.  In fact, in the past 3 months, US banks made $43.6 BILLION in profits, beating the previous record of $43.01Bn in Q2 of 2015.  So the Fed is doing exactly the job they are supposed to be doing.  They don't want higher wages – they want "full employment" – in other words, they want a high supply of labor but that doesn't mean they have any interest in those employees making a living wage – that would be inflationary!  

As noted by discount store, Dollar General's (DG) CEO last night after announcing weak sales and earnings:

I know that when we look at globally the overall U.S. population, it seems like things are getting better. But when you really start breaking it down and you look at that core consumer that we serve on the lower economic scale that's out there, that demographic, things have not gotten any better for her, and arguably, they're worse. And they're worse, because rents are accelerating, healthcare is accelerating on her at a very, very rapid clip.

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Fed Up Friday – Yellen Meets with Protesters

I don’t want to be sacrificed in your war against an inflation enemy that isn’t here.”

11 Fed officials met with "Fed Up" protesters yesterday who told them: "You will be leaving us behind,” if the Fed rushes to raise rates, accusing the Fed of “pulling the ladder right up after you have climbed it.  Our communities are still in a great recession” and “Let our wages grow”.  

The protest, misguided though it is, exemplifies how uneven the US economy has become as 8 years of easy Fed policies have done nothing for the Bottom 80% – things have actually gotten worse just below the top of the economic ladder.  Sadly, the Fed doesn't work for the Bottom 80% and the Fed is not the Government, the Fed is a Banking Cartel and the kind of inflation they seek to contain is WAGE inflation – exactly what the Fed Up crowd wants them to "fix".  

Things are very fixed, as far as the Fed is concerned.  In fact, in the past 3 months, US banks made $43.6 BILLION in profits, beating the previous record of $43.01Bn in Q2 of 2015.  So the Fed is doing exactly the job they are supposed to be doing.  They don't want higher wages – they want "full employment" – in other words, they want a high supply of labor but that doesn't mean they have any interest in those employees making a living wage – that would be inflationary!  

As noted by discount store, Dollar General's (DG) CEO last night after announcing weak sales and earnings:

I know that when we look at globally the overall U.S. population, it seems like things are getting better. But when you really start breaking it down and you look at that core consumer that we serve on the lower economic scale that's out there, that demographic, things have not gotten any better for her, and arguably, they're worse. And they're worse, because rents are accelerating, healthcare is accelerating on her at a very, very rapid clip.

Making matters worse, he added that the company's core consumers


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Financial Markets and Economy

Europe’s Refugee Pact With Turkey May Collapse Over Visa Dispute (Bloomberg)

The foundations of Turkey’s agreement with the European Union to curb the flow of migrants into Greece are looking increasingly shaky.

Asian Stocks Drop as Investors Avoid Risk Before Yellen Speech (Bloomberg)

Asian stocks fell, led by shares in Japan, as investors showed a reluctance to take on risk before Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s speech later Friday.

Here Are the Top 10 Brands (According to Millennials) (Inc 5000)

Millennials are obviously a big market for companies--they're starting families, buying houses and consuming technology in various ways. But is dropping major coin on marketing to this audience worth it? A new survey on Millennial consumers says not so much.

On Immigration Policy, Partisan Differences but Also Some Common Ground (Pew Research Center)

The public is divided over many aspects of U.S. immigration policy. However, when asked about the priorities for policy toward illegal immigration, more Americans say better border security and a path to citizenship should be given equal priority than favor either approach individually.

Dollar Set for Weekly Gain as Fed Rate-Increase Rhetoric Mounts (Bloomberg)

The dollar headed for its first weekly gain in a month versus the yen as investors awaited a speech by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen for hints on whether the central bank will raise interest rates as soon as next month.

China takes aggressive steps to fend off banking, financial risks (Reuters)

China took aggressive steps on Wednesday to head off signs of growing risks in its financial and banking system, unveiling detailed rules to curb an unruly peer-to-peer (P2P) lending sector and intervening in its money markets.

Chart Of The Day: Which Socialist Utopia Has Seen Car Sales Drop 99%? (Zero Hedge)

It appears that the citizenry of Venezuela - shining example of socialist utopian endgames - are too busy slaughtering black stallions for food, lining up for toilet paper, and dying from lack of medicines to go out and buy cars (even at 0% rates for 10


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The real reason the EpiPen and other off-patents are so expensive

 

The real reason the EpiPen and other off-patents are so expensive

By Timothy Holbrook, Emory University

The rising price for EpiPens, a drug delivery system that is crucial for persons experiencing potentially life-threatening allergic reactions, has resulted in outrage. The price increase, from about US$94 for a two-pack of injectable epinephrine to more than $600 in just nine years, has members of Congress calling for investigations in how Mylan, the drug’s manufacturer, can justify this increase. In the last year alone, the price has climbed by $200.

The company does offer a savings program that applies to some consumers. Those with high-deductible insurance plans, which includes a growing number of Americans, do not get much relief, however.

This is hardly the first example of sharp price increases. Turing Pharmaceuticals, and its then-chief executive Martin Shkreli, raised the price of the drug Daraprim, which treats a life-threatening parasitic infection, from $13.50 to $750 per tablet.

The drug, 62 years old at the time, was not covered by a patent and was a key antibiotic used in treating persons with HIV/AIDS. The price hike put patients’ health at risk, leading to a cost of hundreds of thousands of dollars for some. Shrekli, unsurprisingly, was vilified (and, for unrelated reasons, ultimately indicted on fraud).

While this conduct was outrageous, it wasn’t illegal. Any pharmaceutical company is free to set the price for its drug at any level the market will bear that maximizes their profits. Other drugs whose prices have risen include treatments for hepatitis C, cancer and high cholesterol. So, while the price hike was not the best public relations move, it is legal.

What explains such a rapid rise in price for a drug that has been around for several years? As a patent lawyer with particular experience in the pharmaceutical industry, I think it’s important to look at the role of patents and also FDA approvals in drug discovery and sales. Currently, a backlog of about 4,000 generic drugs is awaiting FDA approval. Both factors play a role in how both rare and common drugs, such as EpiPens, can shoot up in price so rapidly. [My emphasis. See also The Lack Of EpiPen Competitors Is The FDA's Fault.]

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Financial Markets and Economy

OMEGA: 'The in-place equity bull market should last a long time' (Business Insider)

It's a good time to be in stocks, according to Omega Advisors' Steve Einhorn.

The stock market should forge ahead on its bull run, Einhorn said in an email Sunday to macro traders that was viewed by Business Insider.

Goldman Sees Pound, Yen and Kiwi Most Exposed to Yellen Shock (Bloomberg)

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. sees the pound, the yen and the New Zealand dollar as most vulnerable to a potential surprise from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s Aug. 26 speech at the annual monetary-policy symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Apollo, TPG Reject Caesars’ Demand for $990 Million Rescue (Bloomberg)

Caesars Entertainment Corp. needs another $990 million to help get its main operating unit out of bankruptcy, but its biggest shareholders, Apollo Global Management LLC and TPG Capital LP, have refused to kick in any more, according to a company financial adviser.

The Stock Market Is Quiet. Too Quiet. (New York Mag)

It’s been a long time since you’ve read a hair-raising story about volatility in the stock market. But fear not, financial-scare lovers! The market has now been serene for so long, you actually have cause to worry about the calm.

Thoughts On A Handful Of mREITs And The State Of The Industry (Week 45) (Seeking Alpha)

The emphasis this week is on alternative ways to assess book value. The latest sale of an mREIT reinforces the premise that investors should be wary of simply using book value as the key to estimating the fair value of a mortgage REIT.

Most Millennials Have Less Than $1,000 In Savings, Live Paycheck-to-Paycheck (Zero Hedge)

The majority of millennials are living paycheck to paycheck.

A recent survey of millennials by HowMuch.net found that 51.8% of those aged 18-34 have less than $1,000 held between bank accounts and cash savings.

Subscribe and Save on Amazon? Don’t Count on It (NY Times)

WHAT do subscriptions to a newspaper, magazine or Netflix account have in common? Once you sign up, you


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PhilStockWorld.com Weekly Trading Webinar – 08-24-16

Watch a replay of Phil's weekly trading webinar, recorded yesterday, below.

For LIVE access, join us at Phil's Stock World – click here!

PhilStockWorld.com Weekly Trading Webinar – 08-24-16

Major Topics

00:01:48 Extrapolation
00:03:03 TSLA's Planned Roadmap to Vehicles
00:04:54 More on Extrapolation
00:06:19 TSLA Chart
00:08:42 Auto Sales by Quarter
00:10:00 Annual Vehicle Sales
00:13:52 Ford Sales Performance
00:15:53 Possible Problems with the Auto Business
00:16:40 Chinese Auto Sales
00:18:30 Ford Trade Status
00:19:21 Long-Term Ford Portfolio
00:22:27 Ford Trade Ideas
00:29:12 Velocity of Money
00:44:47 Owning a House vs. Renting
00:50:21 Home Sales
00:51:20 XON Chart
00:52:04 XON relation to Zika
00:53:42 APPL Car Environments
00:55:17 Self-driving Cars
00:57:56 Interest Rates
00:59:27 Selling Bonds in the Market
01:02:07 Self-driving car infrastructure ideas
01:08:04 Fair Market Price
01:09:00 DIS Chart
01:10:05 DIS Earnings
01:12:15 XON expires on Oct.
01:14:06 LOW Trade Ideas
01:20:58 DAL Trade Ideas
01:22:00 More Trade Ideas
01:25:00 BBY Trade Ideas
01:27:49 Petroleum Status Report
01:35:00 JNJ Earnings
01:39:00 Long Term Portfolio
01:45:00 Checking the Markets
01:47:46 Short-Term Portfolio
01:48:37 5% Portfolio
01:49:07 Butterfly Portfolio
01:52:40 More Trade Ideas

Phil's Weekly Trading Webinars provide a great opportunity to learn what we do at PSW. You can subscribe to our YouTube channel and view past webinars, here.  For LIVE access to PSW's Weekly Webinars – demonstrating trading strategies in real time – join us at PSW — click here!





News You Can Use From Phil’s Stock World

 

Financial Markets and Economy

PBOC Money-Market Tactic Has Traders Trying to Decode Signal (Bloomberg)

The People’s Bank of China sold 50 billion yuan ($7.5 billion) of 14-day reverse-repurchase agreements on Wednesday, its first offering of anything with a tenor other than seven days since February. 

Anything Goes With Ethical Funds Holding Exxon to Big Tobacco (Bloomberg)

Thinking of putting your money into a fund that describes itself as ethical? You’d better read the fine print if backing Exxon Mobil Corp. and British American Tobacco Plc isn’t your idea of doing good.

A Gold Standard "Comes After War, Not Before" Macquarie Warns "The Private Sector Will Never Recover" (Zero Hedge)

Do you feel something is wrong with the United States and the global economy? Despite a respectable recovery and low unemployment, many people aren’t happy with their current economic situation or their outlook for the future.

Why the hottest investment trend in the world could have worse economic outcomes than Marxism (Business Insider)

Earlier this year, we highlighted data from Vanguard that showed that money parked in funds seeking to meet rather than beat a benchmark index had risen to $4 trillion in 2015 from $11 million40 years ago.

Are Low Yields Really Responsible for Low Vol's Success? (Fortune Financial)

There has recently been a steady stream of financial articles declaring that the main driver of the excess performance of traditionally 'defensive' sectors such as consumer staples and utilities is solely attributable to the decline of interest rates to near-record lows.

Texas Power Plant Is Switching From Coal to Less Dirty Coal (Bloomberg)

Forget the coal-to-gas switching that’s happening at power plants across the U.S. In Texas, power generators are just trying to wean their plants off some of the dirtiest coal around by switching to, well, less dirty coal.

Hybrid robo-advisors will manage 10% of all investable assets by 2025 (My Private Banking)

After the strong growth of the robo-advisory approach in recent years, promoted by numerous start-ups worldwide as well as sizeable number of early adopting wealth managers, a new ‘sub-species’ has emerged:


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$1,500 Thursday – Our Futures Shorts Pay off Big!

Aren't you glad we're back?  

What a great week to start doing free picks again as we started off with Monday's Toll Brothers (TOL) trade idea, which has already gone from a $300 credit to $1,250 for a $1,550 gain (516%) in 3 days, so you're welcome for that one and it's only "on track" to our full 1,433% expectation so, if you want, you could still play it for $1,550 and look to get the full $4,300 in Jan 2018, which is up another $2,750 (177%) from here – but those are just our table scraps at this point!  

Even if you don't subscribe to PhilStockWorld (PSW), where you get these articles EMailed to you pre-market every morning, you can follow us on Twitter or read us on Seeking Alpha, where they had Monday's post ready by 10am - not too bad of a delay for free picks, right?  On Tuesday our 8:38 article was ready on SA at 9:55, just a little behind the Huffington Post (9:36), where we picked up a short play on GameStop (GME) and I called for shorting the indexes:

Still, with the Dollar (/DX) down at 94.30, it should be bouncy here and there's no particular reason for the markets to go higher so I like shorting the Futures, with VERY tight stops, at the following levels:

Dow (/YM) 18,550, S&P (/ES) 2,185, Nasdaq (/NQ) 4,825 and Russell (/TF) 1,242.50.  We can't short the Nikkei (/NKD, now 16,550) because the Nikkei likes a strong Dollar, so it's too risky but a bounce in the Dollar back over 95 will drive Oil (/CL) and Gold (/YG) lower and knock down two big sectors of the S&P. 

This…
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Financial Markets and Economy

Iron Ore Market Seen Collapsing Below Last Year’s Nadir: Chart (Bloomberg)

The iron ore market is about to swoon, according to Westpac Banking Corp., which forecasts benchmark prices may sink below last year’s nadir of $38.30 a metric ton. 

Fear! M1 Money Multiplier Remains Below 1.0 Since End Of Great Recession (And Financial Crisis) (Confounded Interest)

The M1 Money Multiplier is the ratio of M1* to the St. Louis Adjusted Monetary Base and it has been below 1.0 since June 2...



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Zero Hedge

Introducing America's Winningest Political Candidate: "Lesser Evil"

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Authored by Ben Tanosborn,

Why, I am constantly being asked by my overseas peers, do you Americans have such affection for a creepy old pretender, a political candidate who’s been around forever, and all he has done is have his way with you?  Does the “me-or-else” political ultimatum award Lesser Evil license to govern and rape?  Whether dressed as Tweedledee or as Tweedledum, Lesser Evil righteously appears to so think; ad...



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One Million Market Beaters

Wow. If you're planning to beat the market by being an exceptional stock picker, this article is a MUST READ.

One Million Market Beaters

Courtesy of Michael Batnick, The Irrelevant Investor

  • Uncertainty remains, but Florida is in the cross hairs.
  • What to expect today after tornado outbreak.
  • Why we’re watching Gaston closely now.

These headlines were pulled from a few articles today at weather.com. You could seamlessly replace Florida, tornado, and Gaston with a stock be...



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ValueWalk

IMF knew the euro had serious flaws, Sacrificed Greece

By Mauldin Economics. Originally published at ValueWalk.

BY JOHN MAULDIN

There’s a new chapter in the ongoing tale of IMF incompetence. Take a look at this UK Telegraph headline that recently caught my eye.

The love affair was no surprise. Nor was the fact that the IMF had taken part in the immolation of Greece. No, the surprise was that the IMF would publicly disclose the extent of incompetence and massive rule breaking that had taken place.

The Ambrose Evans-Pritchard byline told me this would be a good story. Here’s his lead:

The International Monetary Fund’s top staff misled their own board, made a series of calamitous misjudgments in Greece, became euphoric cheerleade...



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Chart School

S&P 500 Snapshot: A Modest Loss Follows the Jackson Hole Drama

Courtesy of Doug Short's Advisor Perspectives.

This morning's Second Estimate of Q2 GDP at 1.1% was a ho-hum event in advance of Fed Chair Yellen speech at Jackson Hole. And indeed the intraday range volatility of today's session was at the 70th percentile of the 165 market days of 2016 and the widest in 37 sessions. The S&P 500 opened higher, rallied with the opening of her speech, and then sold off sharply during with Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer's suggestion that a couple of rate hikes this year were possible. The index bounced back later in the afternoon to its -0.16% Friday close. The index is down 0.68% for the week.

The yield on the 10-year note closed at at 1.62%, up four basis points from the previous close.

Here is a snapshot of past five sessions in the S&P 500.

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Kimble Charting Solutions

Basic Materials attempting breakout says Joe Friday

Courtesy of Chris Kimble.

Basic Materials stocks can often times give a decent snap shot of how an economy is doing from a growth or lack of perspective. Below looks at Basic Materials ETF (IYM) over the past decade.

CLICK ON CHART TO ENLARGE

IYM remains inside of an upward sloping mult-year rising channel (1), since 2009. It hit the bottom of this channel earlier this year and has bounce off support. Currently IYM is testing f...



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Biotech

Epizyme - A Waiting Game

Reminder: Pharmboy is available to chat with Members, comments are found below each post.

Epizyme was founded in 2007, and trying to create drugs to treat patient's cancer by focusing on genetically-linked differences between normal and cancer cells. Cancer areas of focus include leukemia, Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and breast cancer.  One of the Epizme cofounders, H. Robert Horvitz, won the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2002 for "discoveries concerning genetic regulation of organ development and programmed cell death."

Before discussing the drug targets of Epizyme, understanding epigenetics is crucial to comprehend the company's goals.  

Genetic components are the DNA sequences that are 'inherited.'  Some of these genes are stronger than others in their expression (e.g., eye color).  Yet, some genes turn on or off due to external factors (environmental), and it is und...



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OpTrader

Swing trading portfolio - week of August 22nd, 2016

Reminder: OpTrader is available to chat with Members, comments are found below each post.

 

This post is for all our live virtual trade ideas and daily comments. Please click on "comments" below to follow our live discussion. All of our current  trades are listed in the spreadsheet below, with entry price (1/2 in and All in), and exit prices (1/3 out, 2/3 out, and All out).

We also indicate our stop, which is most of the time the "5 day moving average". All trades, unless indicated, are front-month ATM options. 

Please feel free to participate in the discussion and ask any questions you might have about this virtual portfolio, by clicking on the "comments" link right below.

To learn more about the swing trading virtual portfolio (strategy, performance, FAQ, etc.), please click here ...



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Digital Currencies

Man Who Introduced Millions to Bitcoin Says Blockchain Is a Bust

 

Man Who Introduced Millions to Bitcoin Says Blockchain Is a Bust 

By  at Bloomberg

Excerpt:

Stefan Thomas, who introduced millions of people to bitcoin, has had a change of heart.

Blockchain, the ledger software that makes the digital currency possible...



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Mapping The Market

Illusion of Choice

From Jean-Luc:

Looks like we are down to about 10 companies for our consumer goods:

http://www.visualcapitalist.com/illusion-of-choice-consumer-brands/

Just like banks, airlines and cable companies! 

The Illusion of Choice in Consumer Brands

Explore the full-size version of the above graphic in all its glory.

If today’s infographic looks familiar, that’s because it originates from a well-circulated report that Oxfam International puts together to show consolidation i...



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All About Trends

Mid-Day Update

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Click here for the full report.




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Help One Of Our Own PSW Members

"Hello PSW Members –

This is a non-trading topic, but I wanted to post it during trading hours so as many eyes can see it as possible.  Feel free to contact me directly at jennifersurovy@yahoo.com with any questions.

Last fall there was some discussion on the PSW board regarding setting up a YouCaring donation page for a PSW member, Shadowfax. Since then, we have been looking into ways to help get him additional medical services and to pay down his medical debts.  After following those leads, we are ready to move ahead with the YouCaring site. (Link is posted below.)  Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated; not only to help aid in his medical bill debt, but to also show what a great community this group is.

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