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The Power Gauge Spotted This ‘Value Trap’ Long Ago

One of the biggest pharmacies in the U.S. is in a rough spot… You might have heard it in the news already. Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) is struggling. Just this past Thursday, Walgreens released disappointing third-quarter earnings results. And the company announced that it would close a “significant” number of underperforming U.S. stores. Specifically, as …

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A Surprise Ballot Won’t Topple French Stocks

Editor’s note: Chaikin Analytics founder Marc Chaikin remains “bullish” on stocks in 2024… That’s the crux of his broad election-year thesis. Marc believes the market will keep moving higher as we get closer to election day in November. Presidential-election years have historically been great for the market. But as you might expect, politics can also …

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A ‘Warning Label’ Wouldn’t Mean the End of Social Media

Sixty years ago, a giant industry was on the verge of a meltdown… Cigarettes had been increasingly linked with cancer. And that was just as per capita consumption in the U.S. was hitting new highs almost every year. So in January 1964, the U.S. surgeon general took action. He issued a scathing report stating that …

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This ‘Magnificent Seven’ Stock Hasn’t Made a New High in 31 Months

It’s one of the most widely talked about stocks on the market… And it’s one of the so-called “Magnificent Seven” giants… But it hasn’t made a new high in an astounding 31 months. I’m talking about electric-car king Tesla (TSLA). And considering all the hype around Magnificent Seven in the financial media, that might be …

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America Is Building Homes Like It’s the 1990s

Take a guess… How many new “housing units” do you think San Francisco approved permits for this year? To clarify, that’s the government’s term for new builds. And it includes single-family and multifamily projects. So as you would expect, a single-family home is one unit. And an apartment building with 100 apartments counts as 100 …

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