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Can Party City Survive Amazon?

Can Party City Survive Amazon?

In the 90s, party’s used to look like this. And this. People focused on decorating a room. But now, wearables are king. The biggest change in our business really has been the development of wearables. Party City customers want hats,… Continue Reading

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How Government Cheese Became Welfare For Farmers

How Government Cheese Became Welfare For Farmers

Government cheese. You probably won’t find it in anyone’s fridge today, but you might still catch glimpses of it in pop culture. It made its way into iconic standup sets and SNL sketches. You’re gonna end up eating a steady… Continue Reading

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How Does German Economy Compare to United States Economy?

How Does German Economy Compare to United States Economy?

Some of our viewers may have grown up with the idea that Europe is filled with nothing more than unorganised countries that are run by corrupt and incompetent socialists. While it may be true in some cases, Europe’s economic powerhouse… Continue Reading

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Why Tim Hortons Struggles In The United States

Why Tim Hortons Struggles In The United States

You know that old joke that there’s a Starbucks on every corner in the United States. In that Dunkin’ Donuts slogan, America runs on Dunkin’. Well, there’s a Canadian coffee chain that makes those look like quaint little neighborhood cafes.… Continue Reading

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Why The U.S. Government Pays Lockheed Martin Billions

Why The U.S. Government Pays Lockheed Martin Billions

Lockheed Martin is the top grossing defense firm in the world, and the U.S. government supports that business to the tune of over $37.7 billion. It surpasses its closest competitors, Boeing and Raytheon, by nearly $20 billion in arms sales.… Continue Reading

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What Would Happen If USA Stopped Paying Its Debt?

The United States has more than $21 trillion in national debt. Let’s try and get our heads around just how much money that is. Firstly, what’s a trillion? A trillion is 1 thousand billion, or 1 followed by 12 zeros.… Continue Reading

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Why The Volkswagen Phaeton Failed In The United States

Why The Volkswagen Phaeton Failed In The United States

The term Volkswagen means “people’s car” in German, and that is mostly what the brand sells stylish, well engineered cars that are still relatively affordable. Volkswagen usually leaves the task of selling pricey sports cars, luxury rides and super cars… Continue Reading

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🔴 Adding Insult to Injury: Shorting Pet Insurance (w/ Bradley Safalow) | Stock Trade Ideas

🔴 Adding Insult to Injury: Shorting Pet Insurance (w/ Bradley Safalow) | Stock Trade Ideas

Welcome to real visions trade ideas. I’m Justine Underhill and last week I sat down with Brad Sasso of PAA research to discuss the ins and outs of the pet insurance industry Brad reviewed his short thesis on a particular… Continue Reading

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Federal Reserve Whiplash and a Projection for a US Recession (w/ Daniel Alpert and Peter Boockvar)

Federal Reserve Whiplash and a Projection for a US Recession (w/ Daniel Alpert and Peter Boockvar)

ED HARRISON: I’m Ed Harrison for Real Vision. And I’m sitting here, about to have a conversation with Peter Boockvar of Bleakley Advisors and Dan Alpert, who is at Westwood Capital. And we’re going to be talking about the global… Continue Reading