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The 11 Nations Of The United States

"...among these 11 nations, Yankeedom and the Deep South exert the most influence and are constantly competing with each other for the hearts and minds of the other nations...Those two nations would never see eye to eye on anything besides an external threat.”

Vacant Property Rates Soar In Over Half Of U.S. Local Housing Markets

“There are still pockets of the country with high zombie foreclosure rates, and high vacant property rates in general, primarily in the Rust Belt and parts of the Northeast and Southeast — driven in large part by a high share of non-owner occupied vacant properties in those areas."

Pharmacy Stocks Slammed On Signs They May Be Next To Get "Amazon'd"

Shares of pharmacy companies dropped to their lows of the session Thursday afternoon after the St. Louis Dispatch reported that Amazon has been quietly acquiring pharmacy licenses in 12 states, suggesting Jeff Bezos is gearing up for a battle with the handful of massive pharmacy owners and benefit managers that dominate the market in the US.

What Selloff: Futures Rebound, Nikkei Extends Record Winning Streak

European shares are modestly lower as investors monitor fluid events in Spain and as focus turns to Thursday’s ECB meeting; US equity futures have rebounded from yesterday's sharp but shallow selloff and are in the green amid rising odds of U.S. tax reform and the imminent unveiling of the next Fed chair while Asian shares rise and Japan extends its winning streak to a record 16 days.

"I'm Going To Work Until I Die": A Look At How Unprepared Boomers Are For Retirement

"The federal government’s unfunded 75-year liability for Social Security and Medicare combined is $46.7 trillion.  Americans aren’t saving enough for themselves, nor is the government saving on their behalf.  And the Millennial generation, whose taxes Boomers and Gen-Xers will depend on, is not exactly off to a great career start."