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Taking Action

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Hunger Games

Income Inequality

&

Strong Women


Hunger Games (as pictured above) show a dramatic contrast in income inequality between the rich and the poor.

Jennifer Lawrence, who plays heroine Katniss Everdeen, is one of the best actress on the planet. Her skills range from portraying great  strength to fragile vulnerability.

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Contrast Katniss/Jennifer’s

Strength

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With Rush Limbaugh’s

Hatred of Women

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“Socks is the White House cat. But did you know there is also a White House dog?”

and Limbaugh shows  a picture of 13 year old Hillary Clinton.

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Contrast with Apple’s Treatment

of It’s Chinese Workers

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The firm Apple Computer used to audit its massive Foxconn plant in China shows over 60% of workers believe wages ($358 to 455 per month or @ 1/10 of American workers) falls short of basic needs.

“So It Is A Sweatshop After All”

(from Zero Hedge)

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All it takes is telling a co worker today that Apple treatment of its workers in China is unjust.

Others, like many Investors411 readers, are actively shaming Limbaugh advertisers

There will be those who will do nothing,

  • those that will ignore
  • those that will tell you your actions are futile
  • those that are afraid because others will oppose you

But if you continue to remain silent hatred and  inequality will grow.

The odds may be against us

But the time to act is NOW

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PS. We saw Hunger Games last night – Two Thumbs up.

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STOCKS

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Wall Street Bull and OWS Symbol

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Insight into how Investors411 evaluates stocks, markets and trends can be found in the STRATEGY Section of the blog.

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Headline

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Just when things started to look threatening, the Central Banks ride to the rescue.

European Central Bank to the Rescue


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Longer Term Outlook

3 months+

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Still

CAUTIOUSLY BULLISH

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AS ALWAYS, DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH BEFORE INVESTING

ALL TRADING INVOLVES RISK AND POTENTIAL LOSS OF PRINCIPLE

CHECK ALL DATA, I MAKE MORE THAN GRAMMAR  ERRORS.

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