Monthly Archives: January 2017

How Much Money Do You Overpay Out of Convenience at the Grocery Store?

Most of us are guilty of buying a product that was packaged a certain way out of convenience. The only problem is that it can be expensive to do that. Oftentimes, we go to the grocery store and think about how nice it is to be able to just grab a bunch of individually wrapped items and store them for easy access. Before you think, “Oh, how convenient,” read this and see just how inconvenient that thought really is.

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Apple to Possibly Manufacture in India? What This Means for China

Something that I’ve kept to myself, and between a few close friends, is a personal prediction about Apple: If Apple ever figures out that the US Dollar is more valuable in India than it is in China, it may pull out of China (partially or completely). More importantly, this should be an alarming wakeup call to China. Recently, China has been making some serious demands to Donald Trump. Many liberals have made it clear that they don’t like President-Elect Trump. But this is a time where maybe they should consider something before they start hating on Trump’s attitude towards China.

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President Obama's Economy: The Past Eight Years

Now that President Barack Obama is just a couple of weeks away from transferring power to President-elect Donald Trump, news reports are coming out in praise for who will soon be a former president. Recently, I published an article that shows what the employment situation really looks like when we look outside of the confines of the unemployment rate. Let’s apply this concept to the entire tenure of Barack Obama and see exactly how things look comprehensively compared to when he took office.

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