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adam hartung

How could anyone be optimistic about Wal-Mart's current and future eanrings? No innovation for 20 years - and customers aren't loyal to "cheap." Investors cannot expect Wal-Mart to provide future growth when the company has saturated its market and keeps trying to do "more of the same." Read more at http://www.ThePhoenixPrinciple.com


How could anyone be optimistic about Wal-Mart's affect on the American economy? They get 70% of their products from communists China, so every time someone buys something from them, Chinese gets a little richer and America gets a little poorer. Now, I'm not anti-free trade - just the opposite. I just think it's dangerous that one retailer and one employer is taking on such a large role in the U.S. economy.

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