Is Clorox Making Money?

Therefore, Clorox is a value trap you need to avoid. I define a value trap as a stock that meets some value criteria but no cash. Hence, that stock could succumb to the death spiral. The death spiral occurs when a company does not generate enough cash to pay its debts.

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Lessons We can Learn from Pearl Harbor

Abqaiq and Khurais could mark the beginning of the Drone Age and the end of complex manned weapons systems. Thus, digitally controlled decentralized weapons (drones) are replacing manned military vehicles (planes and helicopters) as the primary means of attack.

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Can Comcast Survive 5G and Cord Cutting?

Strangely, there is a lot of good news for Comcast these days. For instance, Comcast added 181,000 wireless customers and 209,000 internet customers in 2nd Quarter 2019, Cord Cutters News claims. Plus, The Philadelphia Inquirer estimates Comcast added 375,000 broadband customers in 1st Quarter 2019.

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Yes, Television is Dead, and Is DISH Network making Money?

Ergen wants out of subscription television, because he understands TV is dead. I think Charlie believes traditional television will soon no longer attract enough subscribers to be a profitable business.

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See the Retail Apocalypse at JC Penney

Moreover, JC Penney’s debt was over 10 times the size of its July 2, 2019; market capitalization of $345.33 million. Given these figures, I cannot see how JC Penney can pay off those debts.

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Is Bed Bath & Beyond Dying?

We can sum Bed Bath & Beyond’s woes up in three words; Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), Wayfair (NYSEL W), and Walmart (NYSE: WMT).

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Can AutoNation Survive Falling Car Sales?

Sales figures show that US car sales are collapsing. In fact, CleanTechnica estimates American car sales for every non-US automaker fell between May 2018 and May 2019.

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Sears is suing Lampert and the US Treasury Secretary

Thus, circumstances support the lawsuits allegations that Lampert and other insiders were conspiring to strip Sears of assets. The stripping allegedly includes hundreds of millions of dollars in rent and leases Seritage charges Sears.

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