Market Mad House

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



Five Trends That Are Changing the Grocery Industry

The writing is on the wall: today’s value shoppers want healthy, quality foods that are convenient but sold at the lowest price possible. Those trends seem to benefit Kroger, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, and Costco Wholesale. A potential loser here is Walmart (NYSE: WMT), which has a reputation for low quality and lousy customer service.

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Good Stocks

Intuit Growing with the Freelance Economy

If Intuit can avoid more security problems with its software and marketing stumbles, it could be a good long-term software play. I say this because it looks like Intuit has a winner and a potential huge moneymaker with QuickBooks Online Self-Employed

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My Thoughts

My Investment Philosophy

I like stocks because these questions are pretty easy to answer when it comes to publicly traded companies. You can look at things such as TTM revenue, free cash flow, and net income and quickly determine if a company is actually making money. More importantly, you can see if a company has a history of making money and the potential to make more money in the future.

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