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Amazon-Proof: The Blueprint for Surviving the Retail Apocalypse

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Gov. Cuomo Attacks Airbnb Hosts… - Dear Wall Street Daily Reader, The hotel industry is trying to regulate Airbnb out of existence. It’s similar to what happened when Uber suddenly rose to challenge the 110-year-old taxicab industry. The cabbies lost that particular battle. But can the home-sharing industry — led by Airbnb — win in the same resounding fashion as Uber did? Well, perhaps not… New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently signed new regulation that penalizes Airbnb hosts who list proper...

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Gov. Cuomo Attacks Airbnb Hosts… - Dear Wall Street Daily Reader, The hotel industry is trying to regulate Airbnb out of existence. It’s similar to what happened when Uber suddenly rose to challenge the 110-year-old taxicab industry. The cabbies lost that particular battle. But can the home-sharing industry — led by Airbnb — win in the same resounding fashion as Uber did? Well, perhaps not… New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently signed new regulation that penalizes Airbnb hosts who list proper...

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Caveat Emptor: Buyer Beware on Shares of… - Dear Wall Street Daily Reader, The latest funds-flow data hint that investors are getting skittish. Stock funds are under heavy selling pressure. Meanwhile, bond funds are suddenly in favor. Here’s a quick look under the hood… >> First-quarter inflows into U.S. bond funds just hit their best levels since Q3 2012. More than $7 billion flowed into bond funds in the latest period >> On the flip side, investors are exiting developed-market stock funds...

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India’s $1.8 Trillion Gold Mine - As longtime readers know, we love small caps here at Wall Street Daily — with good reason. During periods of economic expansion, small stocks often outperform blue chips by a wide margin. In fact, on swelling hopes of prosperity under President Trump, the market’s smallest stocks have gained 14% since the election — compared with a 9% gain of the S&P500. However, things have been easier said than done in the White House. As a result, the stock rally has bee...

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The Truth Behind Poland’s Growth Surge - Several media organizations blasted President Trump last week for his about-face regarding NATO. During his presidential campaign, Trump called NATO’s military presence “obsolete.” But last Wednesday, Trump held a press conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, where he called the organization a “bulwark of international peace and security.” “I said it was obsolete. It’s no longer obsolete,” said Trump. Coming from Trump, that essentia...

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Trump Redraws the Thin Red Line in Banking - If I had to pick one event that led to the housing bubble and subsequent financial crisis, it wouldn’t be difficult… The answer is easily the erosion of the Glass-Steagall Act — also known as the U.S. Banking Act of 1933. In the purest spirit of the legislation, Glass-Steagall was intended to keep commercial banking and investing banking separate. It worked quite well for the first 30 years. But greed would ultimately triumph over prudence. Banks...

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French Election Reaches Boiling Point - The run-up to the presidential election in the United States was a spectacle. And Donald Trump made sure of it — with his heavy use of social media to ensure everyone was paying attention. We’re just now contending with all the aftershocks from his stunning victory. From uncertainty over health care and tax reforms to skyrocketing global aggression and displays of military might. But don’t let your preoccupation with the machinations at 1600 Pennsylva...

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Friday Charts: Tesla’s Absurd Valuation and Amazon’s Endless Warpath

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Target Falls Victim to Amazon’s Unstoppable Ascent - In what seems like a flash, the first quarter of 2017 is behind us. And the second earnings season of the year kicks off this week — the first of the Trump presidential era. So far, there’s plenty to get excited about… Last quarter, 65% of S&P 500 firms beat bottom-line analyst estimates, according to FactSet. They also project the biggest quarterly earnings growth for the S&P since 2011. But not all companies will be jumping for joy this...
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