Input-Price Shifts Could Move These Stocks
Sifting through data over the last several days, I find myself once again looking at sectors that are about to benefit or be hit from input price changes as we head into 2013.
Over the last several quarters, much has been written about gasoline prices, which are now down 15% from their September 2012 high. The general view is that the drop in gas prices should improve the consumer's ability to spend, but as we saw this past holiday shopping season, consumers had less appetite for spending than what was expected. ...464 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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