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Black Friday

See also: Traditions Turned Financial Fluctuations Improving Profitability – Fuel for Growth Product Life Cycle Stages Beware of the J Curve Black Friday In America, Black Friday is an event that is not only the most shopped on day during a typical year, but it also generates huge sales. “Only in America do people trample

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What’s the purpose of attending holiday parties?

It’s that time of the year when every night, weekend, and day is filled with Christmas parties, company holiday parties, and gift giving galore! If you’re an introvert like most financial types, it can be exhausting to put yourself out there socially. I always ask every year, “what’s the purpose of attending holiday parties?” Trust

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Traditions Turned Financial Fluctuations

Traditions turned financial fluctuations are to be expected in the American economy. Commercialism takes over this time of year with the holiday rush. With an overload of red sales tags on toys, electronics, clothes, and more, consumers are quickly adjusting to this being a norm.  Now with Thanksgiving is right around the corner, we are taking

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