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Category Archives: Capital Expenditures

JPMorgan’s Outlook For 2018: “Eat, Drink And Be Merry, For In 2019…”

While the prevailing outlook by the big banks for 2018 and onward has been predominantly optimsitic and in a few euphoric cases, “rationally exuberant“, with most banks forecasting year-end S&P price targets around 2800 or higher, and a P/E of roughly 20x as follows… Bank of Montreal, Brian Belski, 2,950, EPS $145.00, P/E 20.3x UBS, […]

The Coming Economic Downturn In Canada

Authored by Deb Shaw via MarketsNow.com, Canadian GDP growth has outperformed this year, helping the Canadian dollar As GDP growth slows and the Bank of Canada turns neutral, catalysts turning negative Crude oil and real estate look set for a downturn, with negative implications for the currency Given its natural resource-based economy, Canada is a […]

Tesla Burns A Record $16 Million Per Day In Q3; Delays Model 3 Delivery: Stock Tumbles

One month after Tesla surprised markets with an unexpectedly low production output of its much anticipated Model 3, delivering just 260 cars far below the 1,500 expected, which according to a follow up report from the WSJ was due to part of the car being made by hand, Wall Street was fearfully looking forward to […]

New York Fed Manufacturing Surges To Highest In Three Years But Profit Margins Crushed

The August Empire State Manufacturing Index printed at a blistering 25.2, reversing last month’s plunge to 9.8, smashing expectations of a 10.0 print, and the highest print since September 2014. The surge was driven by the new orders index which rose seven points to 20.6 and the shipments index, which hit 12.4. Meanwhile, delivery times […]

Tesla Burns A Record $13 Million Per Day In Q2… And It’s About To Get Worse

One month after Tesla stock tumbled when the electric car maker announced that it had missed Wall Street estimates for the second quarter, delivering only 22,000 vehicles instead of the 22,912 expected, moments ago Tesla reported adjusted, non-GAAP Q2 earnings which beat expectations, with an adjusted loss of $1.33, better than the -$1.88 expected, which […]

Malls Swap Retailers For Gyms And Restaurants In Last-Ditch Bid For Survival

With a record 8,640 retail stores expected to close in 2017, American malls are desperate to draw in customers as America’s retail apocalypse leaves them littered with empty store fronts. Now, some are experimenting with a model that worked for some movie theaters: Invest in restaurants and popular amenities like rock-climbing walls to sell customers […]

How Will The ‘GREAT DEFLATION’ Impact Gold & The Dollar?

By the SRSrocco Report, The coming GREAT DEFLATION will impact the value of Gold and the Dollar much differently than what most analysts are forecasting.  Unfortunately, most analysts do not understand the true underlying value of gold or the U.S. Dollar, because they base their forecasts on information that is inaccurate, flawed or imprecise. This […]

Exposing The Student Servitude Scam

Authored by Gordon Long via MATASII.com, Many today strongly believe it is morally wrong to indenture students to the degree of liabilities presently required to achieve the education required to become a productive contributor within our modern society. The question we need to demand answers to is why has college costs for students exploded upward, while salaries and job positions for […]

US Restaurant Industry Suffers Worst Collapse Since 2009

What tentative hope had emerged for a rebound for the U.S. restaurant industry at the start of the year, was doused last month when in its February Restaurant Industry Snapshot, TDn2K found that “Restaurant Sales and Traffic Tumble in February” and reported that same-store sales fell -3.7% in February, with traffic declining -5.0% . It […]

American Jobs Once Again Flowing Into Mexico After Brief, Trump-Induced Pause

After Ford scrapped plans for a new facility in Mexico and continues to flood the White House with press releases detailing normal course capital expenditures to be made on domestic plants, investments that would have been made irrespective of their outsourcing ambitions, it seems as though economics are making a comeback in  guiding the capital […]