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Wal-mart is seemingly losing its "bad guy" façade by announcing the increase of wages and benefits for over half a million employees. However, such changes come at a high cost, even for a company of 1.3 million employees. Do you believe that these changes will actually help or hurt Wal-mart's business and image in the long run? Let us know what you think!
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Let's Talk Red Flags
2/27/2015 - The market has begun to spin its wheels and that makes people nervous. I will lay out the red flags. I am not talking about the $18 trillion in government debt, the Fed's balance sheet, or the ticking time bomb of pensions, but trends that could arguably derail the stock market rally.

Earnings are beating lowered estimates, but are yielding less than the twenty-year average. Sure, stock yields are attractive versus bond yields, but are they good enough to justify higher share prices? Her... MORE

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Of all the news out in recent weeks on of the biggest stories came from Wal-Mart when they lifted the wages for starting employees and other management levels. Entry-level employees will start out at $9.00 an hour. Next year, employees with six months of skill-based training will see their wages Read more.

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