The difference between investing in the dollar store economy and living in it: 20 percent of Americans now receiving food stamps. Dollar stores become a growth industry and top one percent gobble up all income gains after recession.
2013-02-18 — mybudget360.com
At the same time if you invested in Family Dollar or 99 Cent Stores in the last five years your investment would have gone up 200 to 170 percent (while the S&P 500 was down 4 percent over this time). There is a big difference between living and investing in the dollar store economy. The issue is that many more Americans are ending up in it.
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