8 stocks that won't live to 2020
Under pressure from competitors and struggling to keep up with changing consumer demands, these companies are facing an uncertain future.
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You have changed the corporate environment from selling goods and services to consumers with pride, to telling them to bend over and grab your ankles for the stockholders.
Sears, Penneys, Wal-Mart, Costco and most other brick and mortar stores with mammoth locations will be gone. Yea... Wal-Mart and Costco. Who remembers Pace Warehouse Club? They bit the dust just after the 1983 publicly traded company fiasco.
What the article should have displayed is- companies with replacement opportunity potential. When a better tool maker slaps a warranty on a non-Chinese made tool, you won't remember Craftsman. We will soon find out the effects of Wal-Mart and Costco imports and won't want them any more. Think- local- it has to happen or America will be the one that disappears.
it seems the only way now a day the Only way to get full American made anymore is to go to craft sales
This guy obviously has no idea what he is talking about. HP and Google offer far more than what was mentioned in this article. I see HP stealing more and more of Cisco's market share on the high end network equipment. Does this guy honestly believe that those tablets and phones are going to run magically without any network infrastructure?
at the present embezzle rate of the wall street hords..nothing will survive..
the pyramid scheme consumes investors... once bitten, twice shy..
Radio Shack's employees are rude and don't like it if you bring your children to the store.
I would never shop there again.
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