10 top business trends of 2012
Investors might gain perspective on the where markets are headed by looking back at what mattered most in the past 12 months.
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The housing recovery? In my area we have a company called 'D.R.Horton' They call themselves 'America's builder' and are buying up abandoned infrastructure and putting in really poorly built houses. And by poorly built, I mean GARBAGE! Illegal wiring. Substandard roofing, etc. I would state bluntly: DON'T buy one of their houses!
And if they want to sue me, please do! I would love to put all their criminal activity into a legal record!
This article is not a prediction of 2014, it's just a recap of 2013. Anybody can predict the past. I don't want to jump into a stock that is already up 37%, I want one that is down 37% and will go up 125% in 2014. Where can I get that information?
obamacare judge constitutional? yeah, i guess.....if you IGNORE the constitution it is....
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