Market Mad House

In individuals, insanity is rare; but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule. Friedrich Nietzsche

Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) and Walmart (NYSE: WMT)

Grocery Wars

Walmart in an Age of Coronavirus

Therefore, Walmart is still the revenue leader in retail. However, Amazon is rising fast. Stockrow reports Amazon’s revenues grew at a rate of 26.39% in the quarter ending on 31 March 2020. However, Walmart’s revenues grew at a rate of 2.07% in the same quarter.

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Can Boeing Still Make Money?

Impressively, Boeing had $133.625 billion in total assets on 31 December 2019. Unfortunately, many of those assets are airliners for which there could be no market. Additionally, many of those assets are factories for the production of airliners.

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Grocery Wars

The Facts About Online vs Offline Stores In 2018

Some of the biggest brands out there made the move to online retail a good few years ago, and although the infographic created by Red Brain shows they have had some incredible sales, it is nothing compared to what their sales are in their physical stores.

Although people appreciate a brand being online, they are not ready to see their favourite brands disappear from the high streets completely.

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Nine Threats to Banks

Cryptocurrencies are a menace because they can form the basis of a wide variety of financial products including loans, bonds, and savings account. A major threat to banks is that fast-growing altcoins such as Bitcoin and Ethereum provide a better hedge against inflation than cash. Particularly dangerous to banks will be cryptocurrency Visa and MasterCard products that allow payment at brick and mortar stores with altcoins. Also on the horizon are cryptocurrency banks such as Change Bank. A major threat is that cryptocurrencies will become the money transfer mechanism of choice, allowing consumers to cut out banks completely.

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