Nov 23, 2018
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Black Friday began as a reference to the color of snow in
Philadelphia from the pedestrian traffic after Thanksgiving.
It is more commonly known as an accounting reference today as
"being in the black" as a reference to positive revenue. Has it
gotten out of hand with stores opening on Thursday night and
holiday shopping overtaking the meaning and traditions of
Thanksgiving? Joining Heather Wagenhals on today's
episode is one of the Top 20 Living Economists, Dr. Mark
Skousen who will share his thoughts on the holiday.
DR. MARK SKOUSEN
is a financial advisor,
former CIA analyst, university professor, and author of more than
25 books. Recently named one of the World’s Top 20 Living
Economists, Dr. Skousen has been helping investors like you and me
make money for almost 40 years through his flagship publication
You only last that long if you deliver profits, year after year.
Mark also edits TNT
* What is wrong with Black Friday
* Mark's book Maxims of Wall Street
* Heather's favorite holiday and why
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