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  • real estate and inflation

    Can Real Estate Hold Up Against Inflation?

    It’s a smart business move to look for a relatively low risk and high reward when it comes to investments. This is especially so in time of soaring inflation, the highest it’s been in the last 40 years. Is real estate a good hedge against inflation? Learn more in the infographic below: Via LuxurySoCalRealty

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    Favorite Brands By Generation

    Grandma always used Jergens hand lotion and its distinct fragrance takes me back. Mom always used Tide and Downey and her laundry was always best. Can you guess my generation? When a product provokes a pleasant emotional response consumers feel connected. This intimate connection translates into huge revenue for brands.  MBLM’s annual Brand Intimacy Study […]

  • 25 Interesting Facts About the Health Economy

    25 Interesting Facts About the Health Economy

    From pandemic preparedness to Medicare for All, now more than ever, health care is in the news and on the minds of millions. Whenever health care is the subject, statistics will surely play a part in the discussion. Tired of the same old arguments? Here are 25 interesting facts about the health economy that you […]

  • Data Vis Provides Unique Insight Into Personal Credit Card Debt

    The human mind isn’t meant to deal in numbers past a certain point. Rather, more concrete comparisons are what really drive our understanding and decision making. Along these lines, a poignant new data visualization presented by Expensivity shares some unique insights into how credit cards are used across America. Of note, is that there are […]

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    A Small-Business COVID-19 Resource Guide

    COVID-19 has led to an unprecedented time of economic turmoil for countries around the world. Business owners have been faced with new challenges as they strive to keep their companies afloat while also protecting their employees and customers from health risks. Employees are experiencing many challenges as well, including layoffs, adapting to remote work, the […]

  • Why we support the Prime Act for a more resilient and anti-fragile food supply in America

    For years the resiliency in America’s infrastructure has been a bipartisan concern. In recent weeks, reasons for extending this concern to food infrastructure have loomed increasingly larger. The closing of some of the nation’s largest meat processing plants, and subsequent reopening upon President Trump’s classification of meat processing plants as “essential infrastructure” provide legal clout […]