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Sep 28


No Recognition

Apples iPhone X has been delayed because of two parts, dubbed Romeo and Juliet, which are used for facial recognitions. The iPhone X sports a feature which allows the phone to unlock when a user looks at the phones. According to the Wall Street Journal the two modules are creating an imbalance in supply and a bottleneck in the production of the new phones. The parts issue could explain why Apple will start taking orders next month before the its official launch in November, instead of releasing it earlier this month alongside its new iPhone 8 device.


On Wednesday, Ford announced it will integrate its autonomous cars with Lyft’s ride-hailing software. At first, human-driven cars from Ford will carry Lyft passengers. Then the automaker plans to connect its self-driving test cars to Lyft’s network. Ford’s autonomous cars will not carry passengers until they have been fully tested. The companies did not give specifics for when they two systems will be fully integrated.  Ford says it expects the partnership to accelerate its self- driving car efforts which it would like to develop by 2021.


Asia: Asian indexes closed mixed on Thursday after a positive handoff from Wall Street.

Europe: European shares closed higher on Wednesday as a tax overhaul plan backed by President Donald Trump fueled a revival of the Trumpflation trade.

U.S: U.S. stocks closed higher on Wednesday after the GOP’s tax plan and framework was released. DJIA: +56.39 22,340.71 Nasdaq: +73.10 6453.26 S&P: +10.20 2507.04

Word of the Day:

Terminal Value

The value of a bond at maturity, or any asset at a specified future valuation date, considering interest rates, the current value of the asset, and assuming a stable growth rate.

Drink or Drink:

Calm Voyage

1/2 oz. light rum
1/2 oz. Strega® herbal liqueur
1 tbsp. passion-fruit syrup
2 tsp lemon juice
1/2 oz. egg white

Combine all ingredients with 1/2 cup crushed ice in an electric blender and blend at a low speed for a short length of time. Pour into a champagne flute and serve.




Sep 27


You’re Out...

Embattled Equifax CEO, Richard Smith, is out after the company’s embarrassing data breach and botched response. Smith had been the CEO of the company for 12 years. The company is waiting on what money or benefits Smith is owed until after the board completes an independent review into the breach and the company’s response. Equifax learned of a possible hack in late July but didn’t disclose it to the public until September 7. During those months three Equifax executives sold large chunks of stock however, Smith was not one of them.  Smith will serve as an unpaid advisor assisting the company with the CEO transition. The company has named Paulino de Rego Barros, Jr as temporary CEO.

280 Is The New Black...

On Tuesday, Twitter announced it is experimenting with doubling the length of a tweet from 140 characters to 280 characters. The roll out is limited to a small group of users who tweet in languages that may have issues trying to fit everything they want to say.

Users in Japan, Korea, and China are excluded from the expanded tweets because the characters allow people to say a lot more with a few characters. Shares of Twitter rose more than 1 percent in afterhours trading.


Asia: Asian markets closed mixed on Wednesday as investors digested Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s speech and North Korea tensions took a backseat.

Europe:  European markets closed higher on Tuesday helped by oil stocks and Nestle, who surprised investors by setting margin targets for the first time ever.

U.S: U.S shares closed flat on Tuesday as technology stocks recovered some of the losses they racked up in the last few sessions. DJIA:  -11.77 22,284.32 Nasdaq: +9.57 6380.16 S&P: +0.18 2496.84

Word of the Day:

Yield Curve:

A line that plots interest rates, at a set point in time, of bonds having equal credit quality, but differing maturity dates. Most frequently used to compare the three months, two-year, five-year, and thirty-year U.S Treasury debt. The yield curve is used as a benchmark for other debt markets like mortgage rates or bank lending rates.

Dinner or Drink:

Big Bird

1 oz. banana schnapps

2 1/2 oz. pineapple juice
2 1/2 oz. orange juice

Pour banana schnapps into a highball glass filled with ice cubes. Fill the rest of the way with pineapple and orange juice, and serve.

Sep 22



Hewlett Packard is planning to cut around 5,000 workers or 10 percent of its staff as part of a broader effort to pare expenses as competition continues to heat up. The workforce reductions are expected to start before the end of the year and will likely affect workers globally and in the United States. The move is part of an effort to make Hewlett Packard more responsive to the competitive climate of cloud computing.

New Digs

Amazon will open a large new office in New York City creating 2,000 high-paying jobs. The e-commerce giant, which already had several locations across the city, will move into a 359,000-square foot office in Manhattan. Employees of the new office will include finance, sales, marketing and information technology. Amazon already has a fulfillment center in Staten Island, an administrative office in Manhattan, and a fashion photography studio in Brooklyn.


Asia: Asian markets closed out the week down as North Korea threatens to launch a missile in the Pacific Ocean.

Europe:  European markets closed higher on Thursday after the Federal Reserve begins to unwind its balance sheet.

U.S: U.S markets closed lower, breaking their winning streak, as investors digested the Federal Reserve’s hint that there will be another rate hike this year. DJIA: -53.36 22,359.23 Nasdaq: -33.35 6,422.69 S&P: -7.64 2500.60

Word of The Day:


Refers to the direction of the markets. If the market is going higher, then it is referred to as bullish. If the market is declining, it is called bearish. An easy way to remember is this: a bull charges up the hill and a bear goes down the hill.

Dinner or Drink:

Spiced Cherry Sipper

  • 2 parts Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
  • 3/4 parts Cherry Liquor
  • 1 dash Old Fashioned Aromatic Bitters
  • 2 parts Milk Stout Beer
  • Garnish with freshly grated Nutmeg
  • Garnish with Maraschino Cherries

Combine Basil Hayden’s, cherry liquor and bitters in a mixing glass. Add ice and shake. Roll in the milk stout beer. Strain into an old-fashioned glass with ice. Garnish with freshly grated nutmeg and a cherry on top.

Have a safe and wonderful weekend, Ya’ll!





Sep 20


Post Oats

Cereal maker Post Holdings will buy Bob Evan Farms for around $1.5 billion, adding vegetable-based side dishes and breakfast sausages to its portfolio. The deal comes months after Post agreed to buy British breakfast cereal brand Weetabix for $1.8 billion. Bob Evans sells frozen foods such as refrigerated potato, pasta, and pork sausages under Bob Evans, Owens, Country Creek, and Pineland Farms brands. Shareholders of Bob Evans will receive $77 for each share owned.

Return Here….

Kohl’s announced Tuesday it will start accepting returns for Amazon at some of its store in Los Angeles and Chicago. The retailer will also open Amazon shops at some of its locations. The company will add designated parking spots near the store entrances for those making Amazon returns and Kohl’s employees will pack and ship eligible Amazon returns for free at 82 stores offering the service. While the service will allow Amazon customers to skip the lines at their local post office, it will also get them into Kohl’s stores, where they might then shop.


Asia: Asian markets closed mostly flat on Wednesday as investor put buying on hold until after the Federal Reserve make their rate decision.

Europe: European shares closed mixed on Tuesday as investor wait for Wednesday’s Federal Reserve rate decisions.

U.S:  U.S. stocks closed higher on Tuesday, as investors held off making moves before Wednesday’s Federal Reserve rate decision. DJIA: +39.45 22,370.80 NASDAQ: +6.68 6,461.32 S&P: +2.78 2,506.65

Word of The Day:


The collection of stocks, bonds, cash, mutual funds, ETFs, and other investments that an investor owns.

Dinner or Drink:

Mexican Martini

2 oz. tequila
1 1/2 oz. Cointreau® orange liqueur
2 oz. sweet and sour mix
1 oz. lime juice
2 oz. orange juice
1 splash Sprite® soda
2 olives

Pour all ingredients into a large cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake and strain into a large cocktail/martini glass (8+ ounces) with a salt rim. Add two olives on a spear, and serve.

Sep 18


New Home

Wal-Mart announced Friday it will build a new headquarter in its hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas. The project will take five to seven years to complete and take up an entire city block. The company plans to bring most of its home office associates in northwest Arkansas onto the new campus which will provide improved parking, meal service, and fitness opportunities for Wal-Mart employees. The company hopes the new campus will help it attract high-quality talent. Walmart also operates large offices in Silicon Valley which coordinate the companies dot com presence.

Healthy Happy Meal….

Starting in November, McDonald’s Happy Meals will become a bit healthier. The company announced it will start including organic apple juice, replacing the traditional juice it currently services which contains more sugar. The new juice will be made by Honest Kids, part of Honest Tea, owned by Coca-Cola. In a statement from the company, the move comes as part of the company’s commitment to raising the bar on its food. If organic juice is not up your ally, Happy Meal customers can also opt for a container of 1% milk or fat-free chocolate milk.


Asia: Asian shares closed higher on Monday as investor bet on central banks to provide clue on the direction of their monetary policy later this week.

Europe: European shares closed lower after North Korea launched a missile.

U.S:  U.S. markets closed higher on Friday shaking off August’s lower retail sales report. DJIA: +64.86 22,268.34 NASDAQ: +19.38 6,448.47 S&P: +4.61 2500.23

Word of The Day:

Private Equity

Private Equity is composed of funds and investors who directly invest in private companies or in buyouts of public companies resulting in the delisting of the company.

Dinner or Drink:

Lazy Day Colada

  • 1-part Sour Apple Schnapps
  • 1 part Cruzan® Aged Light Rum
  • 2 1/4 parts Pina Colada Mix

Build over ice, blend and serve




Sep 15


What’s for Dinner

Supermarket chain Kroger announced it will open a restaurant near the company’s Cincinnati headquarters. Kitchen 1883, named for the year Barney Kroger founded the retailer, will serve comfort food made from scratch along with hand-crafted cocktails in a family friendly atmosphere. The move comes as Kroger and other grocery stores are trying to compete with the likes of Walmart and Target while also tapping into the minerals desire to eat out more.

Blue Coffee

Nestle has bought a majority stake in California-based Blue Bottle Coffee, marking the food companies first step in the world of specialty bars that sell and serve high end and cold brewed coffees. Nestle, the company behind Nescafe and Nespresso purchased a 68 percent stake in Blue Bottle for around $425 million. This will be the fourth deal this year by new chief executive Mark Schneider, who was brought into the company last year to shake up the conservative Swiss company who had missed its sales targets for four years running.


Asia: Asian markets closed mixed on Friday after North Korea launched another missile.

Europe: European markets closed lower on Thursday as investors digested the Bank of England’s decision to keep rates unchanged.

U.S: U.S. markets closed mostly lower on Thursday after signs of inflation have started to creep up.  DJIA: +45.30 22,203.48 NASDAQ: -31.10 6,429.08 S&P: -2.75 2,495.62

Word of The Day:


The rate which the general level of prices for goods, and services is rising while consumer purchasing power is falling. Central banks attempt to stop severe inflation, along with severe deflation, to keep excessive price growth to a minimum.

Dinner or Drink:

Pumpkin Pie Martini

  • 1/2 part Buttershots™ Schnapps
  • 1/2 part Whipped® Vodka
  • 1/2 part 9 Spiced Rum
  • 2 parts Half and Half
  • 1/2-part Pumpkin Puree
  • 1 dash Pumpkin Spice
  • Whipped Cream

Add ingredients to an ice-filled shaker. Shake and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with whipped cream.

Sep 14


Holiday Help

Target (TGT) announced Wednesday it will stock its stores and warehouses with extra staff this holiday shopping season, hoping to win over customers with easy-to-find goods and fast services. The company will hire 100,000 people, up from last year’s 70,000, to work at its 1,800 stores during the holiday season. The seasonal hires will help stock shelves or fulfill online orders that customers pick up in stores. The retailer also plans to hire an additional 4,500 employees to help pack and ship online orders at its warehouses. Target will hold season employment events nationwide on October 13-15.

We Won

Plane maker, Boeing (BA) announced it won the Air Force contract to design the next Air Force One presidential plane, in a deal worth just under $600 million. The contract calls for two new 747-8s planes to replace the two aging presidential support planes currently in operation. Boeing will modify two already build 747-8 plans and trick them out with necessary items like a mission communication system, electrical power upgrades, a self-defense system and autonomous ground operations capabilities. Orginnally the Boeing had set the price tag at $4 billion however, costs cuts demanded by the Trump administration and the use of two 747’s that were already built help needle down the price tag.


Asia: Asian markets closed mostly lower on Thursday after China released softer than expected economic data.

Europe: European stocks closed mostly lower as investors ran away from the chipmakers and the miners.

U.S: U.S. shares continued their winning streak on Wednesday as oil prices rallied. DJIA: +39.32 22,158.18 NASDAQ: +5.91 6,460.19 S&P: +1.89 2,498.37

Word of The Day:


An indicator of a company’s cash flow using the below EBITDA calculation:

Essentially, it measures a company’s financial performance by adding interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization to the company’s income putting it into one number. Because it gives a quick overall picture it is frequently used to analyze and compare profitability between companies and industries because it eliminates the effects of financing and accounting decisions.

Dinner or Drink:

Fresh Air

1 oz. gin
1 oz. Bianco vermouth
1 oz. mint liqueur

Add ingredients to a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake and strain into a Collins glass filled with ice cubes and lemon slices, and serve.


Sep 12


What Do I Wear

Big box retailer, Nordstrom, announced Monday it will roll out a new line of stores call Nordstrom Local. The first store will open in West Hollywood California and will be around 3,000 square feed. Nordstrom Local stores are not your typical Nordstrom’s as they will not carry any merchandise on site, instead shoppers can have met with one of the personal stylist, have a consultation, and will come back at a different time to try on and select the items they would like to purchase. Stores will also feature on site tailoring, manicures, and bars where thirsty shoppers can order juices or wine. Nordstrom’s Buy on Line and Pick Up in the Store services are also available as well as same day delivery for shoppers who visit and select merchandise in store before 2 p.m.

No Sports Zone

Discovery Communication, Viacom Inc, A&E Networks, AMC Networks, and Scripps Networks have joined together to launch a streaming service for the non-sports minded. The new service called Philo, will carry a mixture of non-fiction and lifestyle programming, children’s shows and scripted dramas. All for around $20 a month. The official program has not been released however, subscribers will get to choose from shows from networks like Nickelodeon, MTV, Comedy Central, Lifetime, AMC, and the Discovery.


Asia: Asian markets closed higher on Tuesday following a positive hand off from Wall Street.

Europe: European shares rallied on Monday as fears over Irma and North Korea subsided.

U.S: U.S stocks climbed higher as Irma didn’t quite pack the punch investors thought it would. DJIA +22057.58 +259.58 Nasdaq +72.07 S&P 500 +26.68 2488.11

Word of The Day:

Short Selling:

The sale of a security which is not owned by the seller, or that the seller has borrowed. Short selling is usually motivated by the speculative belief the security’s price will decline. This decline potentially enables the seller to buy the security back at a lower price and make a profit. The risk of losses on a short sales are endless therefore, it can be extremely risky

Dinner or Drink:

Fall Crisp

1 – 2 oz. apple vodka
14 oz. apple cider

Shake ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Strain into glass



Sep 8



Equifax, one of the three largest credit monitoring companies, announced Thursday hackers gained access to personal information belonging to 143 million U.S. consumers after exploiting a vulnerability on the company’s website. The high-tech heist occurred sometime between mid-May and July. The breach included sensitive information such as names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, and driver’s license numbers. Credit card numbers for around 209,000 consumers and documents related to credit reporting disputes for 182,000 people were also exposed.  Equifax is working closely with law enforcement and has set up a special website where people can check to see if their personal information may have been stolen.


Drug maker, Eli Lilly and Co. announced it will cut 3,500 positions as the drug maker focuses on developing new medicines and improving its cost structure. Around 2,000 of the job reductions will come from the United States, many of those will come from a volunteer early retirement program the company. The company plans to invest around half of the $500 million it saves from the job reductions, into research and development for new medicines to treat a variety of conditions from diabetes and heart disease to cancer drugs and autoimmune disorders.  In addition to the layoffs, the company also plans to close a research and development office in Bridgewater, N.J., and the Lilly China Research and Development Center in Shanghai China.


Asia: Asian markets closed out the week mostly lower as investors cautiously wait for Irma’s arrival.

Europe: European markets closed higher on Thursday as investors digested the ECB decision to keep interest rates unchanged.

U.S: U.S. shares closed mostly down on Thursday as hurricane Irma heads towards Florida. DJIA:-22.86 21,784.78 NASDAQ: +4.55 6.397.87 S&P:-0.44 2465.10

Word of The Day:

Blue Chip Stock

A nationally recognized, well-established, and financially sound company. Blue Chip companies generally sell high-quality, widely accepted products and services. They are known to weather downturns and operate profitably in the face of adverse economic conditions, which help to contribute to their long record of stable and reliable growth.

Dinner or Drink:

Cranberry Mojito

  • 2 parts Aged Light Rum
  • 2 parts Cranberry Simple Syrup
  • 10 Fresh Mint Leaves
  • 1/4 part Lime Juice
  • Soda Water
  • Cranberries
  • Lime Wheel


Combine mint leaves and lime juice in the bottom of a tall glass. Lightly muddle. Fill glass with ice. Add cranberry simple syrup and light rum. Top with soda water. Lightly stir with bar spoon. Garish with fresh cranberries and limes (optional).

Cranberry Simple Syrup: In a saucepan, add 1 cup water, 1 cup sugar and 8 oz. of fresh cranberries. Bring to a light simmer over medium-high heat until sugar is dissolved and cranberries start to burst (around 10 minutes). Remove from heat and strain out cranberries.

Have a safe and wonderful weekend, Ya’ll!






Sep 7



In a surprise move, Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fisher will step down from his post next month citing personal reasons. In his resignation letter, Fisher said it has been a great privilege to work alongside Federal Reserve Head, Janet Yellen and praised the economic recovery. Fisher, who is 73-year-old, has been an outspoken member of the Federal Reserve for three years and was not scheduled to leave until June 2016. Some economist speculate Fisher’s abrupt departure is a signal Janet Yellen will not be re-nominated by President Trump for a second term when her current tenure ends in February.

Closing Time

Finding a Gap or Banana Republic store is about to become harder. On Wednesday, the company announced it will close 200 poor-performing stores as the company has decided to refocus its efforts on Old Navy and Athleta brands. As part of the refocus, the company will now concentrate on growth drivers like e-commerce, value-priced products, and activewear. All areas where Gap and Banana Republic have struggle. The store also plans on opening 270 new Old Navy and Athleta stores in the next three years. Investors applauded the news sending shares up 7.4 percent to $25.82 on Wednesday.


Asia: Asian shares closed higher after a positive hand off from Wall Street.

Europe: European closed mixed as investors juggled geopolitical events and a better day on Wall Street.

U.S: U.S markets rebounded from Tuesday’s rout boosted by the energy and financial sectors. DJIA: +54.33 21807.64 Nasdaq + 17.74 6393.31 S&P 500 + 7.69 2465.54

Word of The Day:

Treasury Bond/T-Bond

A fixed-interest, tradable U.S government debt security with a maturity of more than 10 years. Treasury bonds pay semi-annual interest payments and the income received is taxed only at the federal level.

Dinner or Drink:

Last Goodbye

1 oz. cognac
3/4 oz. cherry brandy
1/4 oz. triple sec
1/2 oz. lime juice
1 tsp grenadine syrup

Pour into an old-fashioned glass half-filled with broken ice, and serve




Sep 6


High Flyer

Airline giant, Delta, is rolling out a new frequent-flier card with no annual fee, to court new customers in the lucrative market of airline-branded credit cards. The new “Blue Delta SkyMiles Credit Card” will become available on Thursday. The new cards are offered through Delta’s longstanding relationship with American Express. Unlike Delta’s other SkyMiles American Express cards, the Blue card will not charge an annual fee.  However, the new Blue card does not include all the perks common to Delta’s other credit cards. Blue card holders will not have their bag fees waived nor will they earn elite “qualifying miles” for hitting thresholds. Instead the card will feature something any other Delta cards do not, double miles on purchases at restaurants. According to the company the new Blue card is designed for consumers who are just beginning to explore the world of travel and who care about earning miles easily.

New Car Smell

Nissan Motor announced it will roll out a new revamped Leaf electric vehicle, aiming to more than double annual delivers. The new Leaf will feature autonomous-parking capability and an increased driving range. In 2016 the Japan based automaker sold 49,000, around 2,000 units fewer than Tesla’s Model S. The new Leaf models start around $30,000 and will be available in the U.S sometime in January 2018.


Asia: Asian stocks closed lower on Wednesday, following yesterday’s rout on Wall Street.

Europe: Europe inched lower as investors worry about North Korea and this week’s ECB meeting.

U.S: U.S. markets tumbled on Tuesday as investors seek shelter against geopolitical issues and hurricane Irma. DJIA: -234.25 21,753.31 NASDAQ: -59.76 S&P 500: -18.70 2457.85

Word of The Day:

Quantitative Trading

A trading strategy based on quantitative analysis, which relies on mathematical computations and number crunching to identify trading opportunities. Generally used by financial institutions and hedge funds where the transactions are usually large involving the sale of hundreds of thousands of shares.

Dinner or Drink:

Mellon-Berry Mist

  • 1 part Melon Liqueur
  • 1 part Original Vodka
  • 1 part Cranberry Juice
  • 3 – 4 Strawberries
  • 1 Cucumber

Muddle a few strawberries and two thick round slices of cucumber well, add the remaining ingredients and shake with ice. Double strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a strawberry and cucumber wheel.

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Sep 5


Move Over

Drug maker Novartis announced its CEO, Joseph Jimenez, will step down early next year. Jimenez, who has headed the company since 2010, said it was the right moment to hand over the reins and he is ready to return to Silicon Valley and the United States. Jimenez will remain available for advice and support until he officially retires in August of 2018. Dr. Vasant Narasimhan will replace Jimenez as the head off the company on February 1, 2018.  Narasimhan has held a variety of leadership position at the company. Novartis also owns Alcon and generics maker Sandoz.

On A Jet Plane

Jet-engine maker United Technologies announced it will purchase aircraft parts manufacturer Rockwell Collins for $30 billion.  The move will enhance United Technologies already huge role in both military and commercial aviation. For Rockwell Collins, the deal will boost the company into a leading position in the connective systems for aircraft. Shareholders of Rockwell will receive $93.33 in cash and $46.67 in United Tech stock. After the deal closes, the companies will combine and create a new business called Collins Aerospace Systems.


Asia: Asian markets close mostly higher as investors react to North Korea’s nuclear test by running towards haven stocks.

Europe:  Europe markets closed out the week higher as U.K manufacturing jumped and the lack luster made investor wonder if the Federal Reserve will slow down the pace of this year’s rate hikes.

U.S:  U.S shares closed higher on Friday as investors assessed the likelihood of tighter monetary policy following Friday’s weaker-than-expected jobs report. DJIA: +39.46 21,987.56 NASDAQ: +6.67 6435.33 S&P 500: +4.90 2476.55

Word of The Day:

Gross Margin

The difference between the cost of production and a product selling price.

Dinner or Drink:

Whisper Jet


1 oz. vodka
1 oz. gin
1 oz. tequila
1 oz. rum
1 oz. peach brandy
1 oz. cherry brandy
1 oz. blackberry brandy
1 scoop ice
3 oz. orange juice
3 oz. sweet and sour mix


In shaker glass, put in ice, then add all the liquor and brandies as in order, then add the orange juice and sweet and sour mix. Shake and pour into Hurricane glass. Garnish with orange slice and cherry on toothpick or umbrella

Read more: Whisper Jet recipe

Sep 1


Jobs, Jobs, Jobs….

On Friday, the Department of Labor released its monthly jobs reports. According to the report the overall economy added 156,000 jobs in August, below analyst expectations 179,000 jobs. The unemployment rate is still holding at 4.4%.

Fake Account Fury

Wells Fargo’s (WFC) banking scandal has again reared its ugly head. According to the bank. It has now found 3.5 million fake accounts, an increase over the 2.1 million accounts the bank originally estimated. In addition, through the banks internal investigations it discovered 528,000 customers signed up for unwanted online bill pay. Wells plans on paying an additional $7 million in refunds to the impacted customers. Wells Fargo sales-focused culture was originally blamed for creating incentives for employees opening fake accounts.


Asia: Asian markets closed slightly higher on Friday as investors parsed through the release of manufacturing activity data from China.

Europe: European shares closed higher after inflation in the region climbed a bit.

U.S: U.S markets closed higher on Thursday as investors seemed to flock towards riskier assets. DJIA: +59.92 21952.35 Nasdaq: +60.35 6428.66 S&P: +13.96 2471.55

Word of The Day:

Capital Gain

An increase in the value of a capita asset, think investment or real estate, that gives it a higher worth than the purchase price.

Dinner or Drink:

Holiday Punch

  • 1 ½ part Citrus Vodka or Original Vodka
  • ½ part Blue Curacao
  • Fill with lemon-lime soda
  • Top with lemonade

Add the Vodka and Blue Curacao to a tall glass filled with ice. Fill with lemon-lime soda and top with lemonade. Stir and serve

Have a safe and wonderful holiday weekend, Ya’ll!



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