Singapore Limits number of Cars in City

Singapore is only the latest in a growing number of congested cities to try and restrict vehicles. London is planning a £10 ($13.17) charge for older vehicles, while Paris has banned many older vehicles completely, The Guardian reported

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Bank of America Has Turned Around

That indicates Bank of America’s current operations might be unsustainable. It may need to cut back on some activities or close a lot of branches just to survive. A big problem here is that brick and mortar bank branches might no longer be profitable. Perhaps they should be closed and replaced with automatic teller machines.

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Surprise American Express is Growing Again

There is a reason why simple reason why American Express is still growing again. Basic credit card services are still a great product for which there is tremendous demand.

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Can Barnes & Noble be saved??

Nordstrom has demonstrated that retailers like Barnes & Noble might have more value than many people think. Unfortunately, that value is not presently being exploited in any sort of meaningful way. Barnes & Noble is doomed without an acquisition or a radical change in business plan.

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Is Income Inequality Profitable at Rent-A-Center?

Income inequality should be a blessing for companies like Rent-A-Center because it should provide them with more customers. Unfortunately, that does not seem to be the case because Rent-A-Center’s revenues are in free-fall.

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Lowes, is Home Improvement Amazon Proof?

A strong case can also be made that it is Amazon which is driving Lowe’s and Home Depot’s growth by driving competitors like Sears out of business. These companies’ revenue growth obviously parallels Sears’ revenue shrinkage.

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Is AMD Making Money?

Those seeking a cheap means of investing in autonomous vehicles would be better served by Ford (NYSE: F) which as trading at $11.94 a share on September 25, 2017, but reported a net income of $3.803 billion and a free cash flow of $4.057 billion on June 30, 2017.

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Tesla to Add AI to Cars

“When I visit campuses and speak to the AI experts, there is a median year of 2050 where they think the self-learning capability of AI will be singular and will be at human-level intelligence,” Breyer said at Institutional Investor and CNBC’s Delivering Alpha conference on 20 September. “So, 2050? Does it happen? There are a lot of people who don’t think that is the case. It is median data from some of the best AI researchers in the world.”

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Do Railroads Make Money at CSX Corporation?

CSX is the largest rail operator in the Eastern United States; it is also the successor to some historic rail operators including; the Pennsylvania Railroad, the Seaboard Airline, the Baltimore and Ohio, and the New York Central. This puts CSX in a great position because it serves many of America’s largest cities including’ New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Tampa, Detroit, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Richmond, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Columbus, Boston, and Miami, and 70 ports.

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Is Equifax Making Money?

Equifax has all the characteristics of a neat-little value investment, save one; it is grossly overpriced. My take is that EFX is still overpriced at $94.47 a share and it will drop a lot further.

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