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nice simple article for long term investors...equities are better in the long run than bonds for most.
unfortunately the 2008 crash have scared most baby boomers 401k's into bonds, cd's..ludicrous returns.
no pain no gain.
i travel a hour on the bus to philly just to go whole foods market and some organic food. to bad no organic grocery stores in south jersey. i can imagine thier buisness, way better then the grocery stores where i live. when i go thier place is full with ppl. whole foods market has not much competetion. there the best grocery store by far.
the link on the next page to a possible stock split for apple takes you too some silly political debate.
ALSO, when you use your "back" button, why does it go all the way back to the beginning???
Do any of them give their employees regular raises?
Let me guess...
I can't comment on any of the other companies, but I would expect that they do. Companies that do not find it difficult to attract and retain quality staff, and sooner or later that bites them in the butt because the people they need to grow and succeed wind up mostly working for their competitors.
Stocks and US Currency at All Time High RISK.... Global Currency Wars Now taking Place
CRASH IMMINENT !
GOLD - Silver High Too However may be a Safe ZONE...............
Real Estate Low ?
... profitting ... how dare they ... running their business on sound economics, they have the gall. We better hurry up and tax them, maybe even some profit crushing regulations. California has lots of new regulations on the ballot this Nov. for all food companies, Grocery store, convience stores, fast food and restuarants etc. That's going to help our 12.5% unemployment rate.
Hey I know, we'll put some ObamaZombies guys that went to the ... Obama, Mike Tyson, MC Hammer School of Money Management and Economic Marxist Theories ... in to manage. That'll take care of any profits, maybe that will force them to lay off some hard working employees and then those people can go on the Government tit and become more of the 47%.
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