Today we chat with Brian Livingston about his new book "Muscular Portfolios: The Investing Revolution for Superior Returns with Lower Risk"
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It may seem like everyone is buying everything online, but there is still one place customers would rather shop in person — the supermarket. According to an annual food and beverage study (TABS Analytics), customers would rather pick their produce in real life and push carts around than shop for their food online. Out of 1,000 adults surveyed, 75 percent of them said they visit traditional grocery stores more than six times per month to buy food. Only 17 percent preferred shopping online.
A marathon in Northwest China had a sudden change of pace when a bride, eager to make it to her wedding on time, yelled to runners to let her cross the road. The woman, in her full wedding gown, yelled to runners, “”Excuse me, we are getting married today, could you please let us cross the street first?” Runners were happy to let the bride cross.
86 year old Loretta Lynn is resting at home after breaking her hip. Http://goo.gl/kthJfE
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle told the Times of London they want their baby to lead a normal life. https://goo.gl/cSyZL
A survey has uncovered the formula for the perfect road trip: it involves three people, covers 190 miles and is accompanied by rock music. The study of 2,000 adults found the ideal drive should take place in a VW camper van, Range Rover or Ford Mustang.
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LINK TO TODAY'S WORD - Grandiloquent Words
-A cheat, trick or clever deception.
-The act of making someone believe something that is not true.
-The act of deceiving someone.
-The fact or condition of being deceived.
-Something that deceives.
-An act or statement intended to make people believe a falsehood.
Archaic - origin unknown.
Used in a sentence:
“The people grew increasingly intolerant of the relentless ingannation until the time to take action finally arrived.”
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