What $100 Oil Means for Our Recovery


Economists explain the impact of higher crude prices on the consumer. Hint: it's not pretty. As people divert more money to gasoline then it means less money for discretionary purchases, thus there are some stocks to short.

Three Fortune 500 Companies that Started with Next to Nothing (WFMI, AAPL, DELL)

Apple Inc.'s (NASDAQ) Steve Jobs (Young)

Who makes the cut?  The top three are Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL), and Whole Foods Market (NASDAQ:WFMI). 

Whole Foods Beats the Street in Q3, Shares Up 17%

Whole Foods

What a day for Whole Foods (NASDAQ:WFMI) proving that the demand is still alive for natural foods with a 3% increase in Q3 sales numbers.  WFMI shares are up $4.26 or 17% in early trading.

Apple Suffering Same Fate as Starbucks and WholeFoods


When folks are flush, they will spend for status, but when things get tight and quality low cost competitors enter the market, buying habit change...fast. This also has nothing to do with Steve Jobs' shareholder deception, what is happening now at Apple started last summer.

BJ's Wholsale Earnings Jump 37%


People are still shopping....they are just demanding value..

Whole Foods = Starbucks

Whole Foods

This is a follow-up to a post first written in May

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