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Two Thirds of Dow 30 Stocks in a Revenue Recession (Video)

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By EconMatters We go over the Dow 30 Industrial Stocks Income Statements and review their revenue growth or decline over the last 3 years in this video. The firms that have positive revenue growth, most of those are just barely positive over three years. Moreover, the energy sector is down almost 50% in revenues over three years, and CAT`s revenue decline is staggering given the opposite move in the stock`s direction. This market is in a massive QE inspired Bubble, and this is why the Federal Reserve is raising rates next week ahead of the Market`s expectations. They now realize the stock market is in bubble territory, and risks of a market destabilizing crash are greater than ever before right now.

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Two Thirds of Dow 30 Stocks in a Revenue Recession (Video)

We go over the Dow 30 Industrial Stocks Income Statements and review their revenue growth or decline over the last 3 years in this video. The firms that have positive revenue growth, most of those are just barely positive over three years. Moreover, the energy sector is down almost 50% in revenues over three years, and CAT`s revenue decline is staggering given the opposite move in the stock`s direction. This market is in a massive QE inspired Bubble, and this is why the Federal Reserve is raising rates next week ahead of the Market`s expectations. They now realize the stock market is in bubble territory, and risks of a market destabilizing crash are greater than ever before right now.

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