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Retailers May Still Be In The Red After Black Friday – Ep. 120

November 25th, 2015|0 Comments

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day, one day before Black Friday
The one day of the year where Americans make their annual pilgrimmage there they stampede to the nearest mall to buy stuff they really don'[t need and can’t afford
It’s almost like a black and blue weekend
I believe that this will be a pretty weak holiday weekend; by the time we get the sales numbers next week, it’s going to be pretty dismal
The news that brought the euro down this morning was rhetoric coming from Mario Draghi , head of the ECB
He’s talking about expanding the QE program to a 2-tiered system
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Darin DuphornStop making sense. I feel depressed6 hours ago   ·  3
Anthony TakacsGovt regulations will do that kind of thing5 hours ago   ·  2
John LeStargeI agree with a lot of what you say Peter. But I think you seriously underestimate the power of the Federal Reserve. They are heavily invovlved in the stock and bond market through their primary dealer banks. As Ron Paul pointed out back in 2011, the Fed can basically do whatever they want to include manipulating the price of gold and buying stocks. The Fed is the unaudited, so what to stop them from doing things way outside their legal authority??5 hours ago   ·  2
Stephen WoenkerSuper pod ! Thx sir !4 hours ago
Scott HalversonThese central banks and government leaders have definitely ruined the middle class dream or American dream...those economic ideas are so bad they crash winter countries economically4 hours ago
Len NyEven walmart?4 hours ago
Matt WendelkenSteve Hanson Chuck Furbs James Byrd Jim Byrd this podcast goes a little deeper than what the title reads. If u want to chat about any of the topics discussed you can always private message me or the whole group. Have a nice thanksgiving2 hours ago
Claudio JuventinoPeter you are obsoletely right on everything. I work for JPMorgan chase and we are excepting massive lay offs next year, especially in retail, mostly because of weak earnings, and this is while rates are at zero. I know it's tiring when few people appreciate common sense and knowledge, but keep up the good work! You are great!2 hours ago   ·  1
Anthony UlfigVisited the jewelry shop in our mall. She said "it had been slower than normal and just recently picked up a little.2 hours ago
Vladimir ZahoranskýPlease send me Peter one copy of the book for adaptation for blinds in our country spoken in this potcast. Thanks.1 hour ago   ·  1

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