Tuesday, June 16, 2009

buying 'made in China', and other links

When you refuse to buy products that are made in China, and instead seek 'Made In Canada' or 'Made In USA' labels are you perpetuating lavish lifestyles of excess.? Frugal Bachelor thinks so.

Thicken My Wallet wrote about 5 questions you need to answer when starting a business

Investing website, The Motley Fool calls SYSCO (SYY), McDonalds (MCD), and Wal-Mart WMT) 3 ridiculously cheap, high quality companies. All 3 generate return on equity above 20% and have solid histories of dividend growth. I recently doubled my SYSCO position.


Thicken My Wallet said...

Thanks for the link!

Magna RX said...

The Chinese factory worker will never be able to afford their own car, but neither will the overwhelming vast majority of the population. Lack of car ownership is normal by global standards, it is not poverty.