‘Restoring National Confidence’ ‘Mobilization of the Disengaged’ Yields ‘Game Over’ and ‘Lights Out’ Says TPA – Facts and Insights from Following the Money in 2023-2024; plus MHVille Markets

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“Turning Point Action, the political arm of conservative movement leader Charlie Kirk’s Turning Point USA, has identified more than 4.5 million so-called “disengaged” Republican voters in several battleground states around the country, enough to more than swing the 2024 presidential election’s results from 2020,” according to an exclusive report in right-leaning Breitbart. That and what follows will help frame the two distinctive “follow the money” segments shown in Part I and Part II of this report, which provides data on Democrats, Republicans, and Independents in the hunt for the 2024 presidential and other elections. Given that over two thirds of the country in recent polling thinks that the nation is on the wrong track, there are reasons to believe that 2024 could become a pivotal year. But as information provided in Part III will reveal – which includes insights from a new special report on Mobile Home and Manufactured Home Living News (MHLivingNews) – these facts are not some signal of an automatic win for deposed President Donald J. Trump over Joe Biden, Nikki Haley, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (RFK Jr.), Cornell West, Jill Stein, and other candidates. The future direction of our profession and that of the nation is in play. The campaigns and various maneuvers of the powers that be will tell us what 2025 and beyond could be like.

Per Breitbart, Turning Point Action [TPA] held “its first-ever Restoring National Confidence event at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip on Monday and Tuesday, flying in county GOP chairs from 75 of the top 100 battleground counties across the country.” Confidence in the election process is an important theme, as polling and anecdotal evidence from talk radio and social media reveal that numbers of Republicans and anti-Biden leaning voters believe that 2020 ‘was stollen’ and that Democratic operatives are planning to ‘do it again’ in 2024.  Meaning, voters may have the thought – why bother voting? – and so, turning out voters through ‘restoring confidence’ is important.

To illustrate that, the following Q&A with Bing’s artificial intelligence (AI) powered Copilot is informative.  As is routinely the case, in doing these Q&A’s, MHProNews uses the ‘balanced’ or blue setting for Copilot’s responses. Note that Copilot is arguably left-leaning, which sheds light on why it framed its responses in a negative toward Trump fashion as shown below.  That said, one of the key lines in what follows will be briefly explored in our Part III analysis. Namely: “Over 20% of voters who used mail-in ballots in 2020 admit they participated in at least one form of election fraud 4.”

> “There have been several polls recently and since 2020 that indicate that a sizable percentage of voters believe that the 2020 election was stollen and that something similar could occur in 2024 cite some sources and data on those polls.”

BingCopilotAI-Screen1.3.2024MHProNewsCertainly! Here are some polls and data related to the belief that the 2020 election was fraudulent and the potential for similar concerns in the 2024 election:

  1. USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll (January 2024):
  2. Monmouth Poll (June 2023):
  3. Rasmussen Reports Poll (2024):
  4. Bloomberg Analysis:

These findings highlight the political schism and deep skepticism among Trump supporters regarding the accuracy and trustworthiness of election results. While some voters express confidence, others remain wary, setting the stage for potential challenges in future elections. Democracy’s resilience will be tested, and efforts to ensure fair elections are crucial for maintaining trust in our democratic processes.”

With those facts in mind, Charlie Kirk’s Turning Point USA said: “It’s a turnout game.” Kirk also told Breitbart: “It’s the exact opposite of what people would have believed. I’m very, very focused and have been for quite some time and will continue to be on these numbers. I believe it’s all going to come down to three states. Trump is going to win Iowa. He’ll win Ohio. He’ll win North Carolina by a little bit—it’s not going to be a blowout. He’ll win Florida by a million votes, so I don’t think Trump should even actively campaign in Iowa, Ohio, and Florida. It’s got to be all in on Arizona, Georgia, and Wisconsin. Georgia, I’m feeling better and better about. Republicans are really coming home. They’re outpacing Democrats 1.5 to one in voter registration. Arizona, I think we’re beginning to get our act together. We’re headquartered there.” “Look, it’s a turnout election. I really believe that, and it comes down to: Can we really turn out another 50,000 to 60,000 more Republican voters?”

Some pundits on both sides of the left-right divide would say that every election is a turnout election. Given that surveys reveal that many believe that the 2020 election was stollen, that what was supposed to be a 2022 “red wave” turnout for Republicans were depressed too, and that numbers think that 2024 could be similarly stollen, the question of motivating voters to show up at the voting booth arises.

Breitbart described what they called “ballot chasing” and some specific states, counties, and precincts which they have dubbed “super chase” areas. “Turning Point Action is doing a major “ballot chasing” program across those three states—Wisconsin, Arizona, and Georgia—designed to get these people to vote.” Kirk said there are states where they can’t “touch the ballot” because ballot harvesting is illegal in them and that they follow each state’s law.

QuoteMarksLeftSideTurning Point Action’s Tyler Bowyer—also the Republican National Committeeman from Arizona—has deemed “low propensity GOP voters.” The definition, loosely applied, is basically voters who have been identified as likely to vote for the Republican for president who did not vote in the 2016 or 2020 presidential elections.

“This is what the left has targeted on their side,” Bowyer told the attendees gathered here. “They are obsessed with what we call low-propensity or low-information or less-likely or disengaged voters. We’re calling these disengaged voters. …”

“We have to try to squeeze out as many votes as possible to throw a monkey wrench into the left’s Moneyball game,” Bowyer added. “So, in your binder right now for your specific county exists a breakdown from top to bottom of what we consider ‘super chase’ precincts.” “…but what a super chase precinct is…a precinct where, through our methodology over 2016 and 2020, where there are 200 or more registered Republican voters or identified Republican voters who did not show up in that precinct.”

QuoteMarksLeftSideAcross ten battleground states, the group identified 4,571,210 disengaged GOP voters who did not vote in 2016 or 2020. The ten states counted are Florida, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Georgia, Ohio, Michigan, Arizona, North Carolina, and Nevada. While Trump won Florida, Iowa, Ohio, and North Carolina in 2020, Democrat President Joe Biden took the other six states—and in each one, the disengaged GOP voters total was more than the margin of Biden’s victory over Trump,” according to Breitbart which cited “exclusive” insights from TPA provided below.

 

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QuoteMarksLeftSideFor instance, in Pennsylvania, the margin between Trump and Biden was 80,555. The number of disengaged GOP voters was, per Turning Point Action’s analysis, 589,350—more than seven times the margin. In Michigan, the margin was 154,188 votes by which Biden beat Trump. Turning Point Action found 490,630 disengaged GOP voters there, more than three times the margin,” said Breitbart.

QuoteMarksLeftSideIt was even more profound in places like Wisconsin, Arizona, and Georgia. In Georgia, the margin was 11,779—and the number of disengaged GOP voters was, per Turning Point Action, 539,480—more than 45 times the margin. In Arizona, the margin between Trump and Biden was 10,457—and Turning Point Action identified 286,440 disengaged GOP voters there, more than 27 times the margin. In Wisconsin, 20,682 votes separated Trump and Biden—and Turning Point identified 542,720 disengaged GOP voters there. That is more than 26 times the margin.

In Nevada…the margin between Biden and Trump in 2020 was 33,596 votes—and Turning Point Action has identified 140,540 disengaged GOP voters in the Silver State, more than four times the margin.”

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“It’s a little wonky, but we can’t touch the ballot,” Kirk said when asked to explain what ballot chasing is. “Ballot harvesting is illegal in these states. We actually honor the law. We follow the law—the bad guys, they break the law. That’s actually ballot harvesting, but we don’t touch the ballot. We understand there’s voting month, and then we find the people who are low-propensity voters—we’re not interested in the people showing up anyway. That’s one of the problems with the RNC—the RNC is focused on moving people who already vote on election day into the category of early voting. That’s not a new vote; it’s just the same votes being transferred into a different column. So we try to go out there and find these low-propensity voters and try to get them to submit their ballot in that 30-day period, and we do that through a variety of ways. We’ll have 300 full-time people in Arizona and Wisconsin. It will be, to be my knowledge, the largest deployment of full-time field staff in the history of modern conservative politics.”

Breitbart News Washington Bureau Chief Matt Boyle said Friday on right-leaning Newsmax TV’s “American Agenda” that if the Republican National Committee focused on turning out their own disengaged voters, they could sweep the 2024 election.

Co-host Bob Brooks said on Friday: “…you’re citing the fact that there is a group of over 4.5 million disengaged GOP voters. Explain this. What is going on? How does the RNC reach out to them? I’ll tell you what 4.5 million and it’s game over here. So what do you think?

Boyle said, “Yeah it’s not just game over, it’s lights out if Republicans are able to turn out even just 5% of those 4.5 million voters. By the way, that’s 4.5 million across the 10 battleground states. So we’re talking about there’s many, many more millions than that. So the group Turning Point Action, I was just out in Las Vegas at their big convention that they were having, where they brought in 75 of the top 100 battleground county GOP chairs from around the country. It was an event right before they Republican National Committee Winter Meetings, which are ongoing right now. The Turning Point Action folks were highlighting what their arguing or failures from the RNC to zone in on turning out these exact voters. If you’re looking at states like Georgia, it is 45 times the margin of the 2020 election if those voters turned out.”

Boyle added, “That’s the election right there.”

With that tee up, pivoting to the ‘follow the money’ portion of today’s report.

 

Part I From the WND News Center to MHProNews is the following campaign 2024 report.

 

ELECTION | THE SWAMP

New filings show which campaigns are raking in cash as race for White House heats up

End-of-year financial reports released

By WND News Services
Published February 1, 2024 at 5:17pm

Mary Lou Masters
Daily Caller News Foundation

  Presidential candidates and their affiliated super PACs reported their end-of-year totals to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) on Tuesday.

  Joe Biden’s campaign received the largest totals and entered the election year with the most cash on hand compared to Donald Trump and Nikki Haley’s bids, according to FEC filings.

  “President Trump’s campaign is fueled by small dollar donors across the country from every background who are sick and tired of Crooked Joe Biden’s record-high inflation, wide open border, crime and chaos,” Karoline Leavitt, national press secretary for the Trump campaign, told the Daily Caller News Foundation in a statement.

Presidential candidates end-of-year financial reports released Wednesday reveal which remaining campaigns have staying-power through the November general election.

Joe Biden’s reelection campaign brought in the most during the fourth quarter of 2023, followed by former President Donald Trump and former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley’s respective White House bids, according to Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings. The president also entered the election year with the most cash on hand, while Trump racked up the most spending during the period.

Trump brought in $19.1 million during the fourth fundraising quarter, but disbursed $23.6 million, according to the FEC filing. The former president’s campaign had over $33 million on hand entering the new year.

“President Trump’s campaign is fueled by small dollar donors across the country from every background who are sick and tired of Crooked Joe Biden’s record-high inflation, wide open border, crime and chaos,” Karoline Leavitt, national press secretary for the Trump campaign, told the Daily Caller News Foundation in a statement. “President Trump continues to dominate Biden in every single battleground poll, and we are more confident than ever that he will take back the White House in November.”

MAGA Inc., the main Trump-aligned super political action committee (PAC), reported raising $47.8 million in the second half of 2023, and ended the year with $23.3 million in the bank. The super PAC also spent $55.4 million during the time period.

Haley’s campaign raised $17.3 million in the last quarter of 2023, and reported spending $14.3 million. The former ambassador ended the year with $14.6 million in hard dollars.

“If you put in a factory order for the worst general election candidate ever, you couldn’t dream up a weaker option than Donald Trump,” Nachama Soloveichik, communications director for Haley’s campaign, said in a statement. “From his legal drama and expenses to his growing confusion and temper tantrums, Republicans are begging for an electoral wipe out with Trump on the ticket.”

SFA Fund Inc., the super PAC supporting Haley’s presidential bid, brought in $50.2 million during the latter half of 2023, and spent $63.7 million during the same period, according to the FEC filing. The super PAC ended the year with just $3.5 million in the bank.

Trump won a majority of the vote in the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary on Jan. 15 and Jan. 23, respectively. Haley came in third place behind Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in Iowa, and received 43.2% support in New Hampshire against the former president.

The former ambassador isn’t competing for delegates in Nevada on Feb. 8, but is hoping for a big turn out in her home state of South Carolina on Feb. 24. Trump is currently leading Haley by 27 points in the RealClearPolitics (RCP) averagefor the Palmetto State.

Biden’s reelection bid raked in $33 million during the fourth quarter, and ended the period with roughly $46 million cash on hand, according to the FEC filing. The president’s campaign also disbursed $19.3 million.

The super PAC supporting Biden’s campaign, Future Forward, reported raising $25.2 million between July and December 2023, and only spent $1.4 million during the time frame. The super PAC had roughly $24 million in the bank entering the election year.

Democratic Rep. Dean Phillips of Minnesota raised $5 million since launching his campaign in late October, according to the FEC filing. The congressman’s presidential bid spent $4.7 million during the time period, and ended 2023 with only $360,000 cash on hand.

A super PAC boosting Phillips’ campaign, We Deserve Better, Inc., brought in $1.6 million during the reporting period, and spent less than $440,00, according to the FEC filing. The super PAC, which was only formed on Dec. 1, had $1.2 million on hand by the end of 2023.

Self-help author Marianne Williamson reported raising $1.3 million in the fourth quarter and disbursing $1.2 million. The Democrat entered the election year with roughly $208,900 in hard dollars.

While Biden wasn’t on the ballot in New Hampshire, he secured a win as a write-in candidate with roughly 64% support. Phillips received a significant 19.6%, and Williamson notched 8.3%.

The president maintains a large lead over the small field of Democratic hopefuls in the RCP average with over 70% support, followed by Williamson at 6.5% and Phillips at 4%.

Trump is currently leading Biden in the RCP average for a potential general election rematch by 1.7 points, and has already beaten the president in over 100 polls this cycle. The former president is also advantaged in crucial battleground states like ArizonaNevadaGeorgiaWisconsinMichigan and North Carolina.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who initially ran as a Democrat but switched his candidacy to independent in early October, raised $7 million in the final quarter of 2023, according to the FEC filing. Kennedy spent $7.8 million during the time period, and entered 2024 with $5.4 million cash on hand.

American Values 2024, the super PAC supporting Kennedy’s campaign, reported raising a total of $18.5 million between July and December 2023, and disbursed $13.4 million. The super PAC ended 2023 with $14.8 million in hard dollars.

Green Party candidate Jill Stein, who launched her third presidential bid in early November, brought in roughly $119,600 and spent $76,100 in the fourth quarter, according to the FEC filing. Stein ended the year with less than $44,000 cash on hand.

The fourth quarter filing report for Cornel West, who switched his candidacy from independent to the “Justice for All Party” on Wednesday, is not yet available, according to FEC data. The candidate first sought the People’s Party nomination before running as a Green Party candidate, and later became an independent.

The campaigns for Biden, Phillips, Williamson, Kennedy and Stein did not immediately respond to the DCNF’s requests for comment.

This story originally was published by the Daily Caller News Foundation. ##

 

Part II – Democrats and GOP Billionaire Donors Keep Nikki Haley’s Presidential Bid Going, per WND News Center report provided to MHProNews.

ELECTION 2024

Dem donors, GOP billionaires, Wall Street execs donating to Nikki Haley

New filings show her Super PAC raked in millions

By WND News Services
Published February 2, 2024 at 5:04pm

Mary Lou Masters
Daily Caller News Foundation

  SFA Fund, Inc., the super political action committee (PAC) boosting former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley’s presidential bid, raised $50.2 million during the second half of 2023, according to a Federal Election Commission filing released Wednesday.

  Numerous wealthy Democratic donors, GOP billionaires and Wall Street executives helped fuel the super PAC’s massive haul, including Reid Hoffman, Bill Ackman, Ken Griffin, Paul Singer, Stanley Druckenmiller, Ken Langone and Harlan Crow.

  Griffin and Singer, two billionaire GOP megadonors, both gave the Haley-aligned super PAC $5 million in the fall, FEC records show.

The super political action committee (PAC) supporting former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley’s presidential bid raked in millions from Democratic donors, GOP billionaires and Wall Street executives during the second half of 2023, according to Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings released Wednesday.

 SFA Fund, Inc. reported raising a massive $50.2 million between July and December 2023, but entered the election year with only $3.5 million on hand. Numerous wealthy donors — including Reid Hoffman, Bill Ackman, Ken Griffin, Paul Singer, Stanley Druckenmiller, Ken Langone and Harlan Crow — gave millions to the super PAC boosting Haley’s candidacy, according to FEC filings.

Hoffman, a LinkedIn co-founder and major Democratic donor, gave SFA Fund, Inc. $250,000 on Nov. 10, according to FEC filings. The billionaire reportedly isn’t planning on giving more funds to Haley’s efforts after her losses in the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary.

Ackman, another major Democratic donor and CEO of Pershing Square Capital Management, gave the super PAC a total of $250,000 in November, according to FEC data.

The billionaire has also been supporting Democratic Rep. Dean Phillips’ presidential campaign. Ackman donated $3,300 to his campaign in the fourth fundraising quarter, and helped launch an aligned super PAC in December.

Griffin, a GOP megadonor and CEO of Citadel, donated a combined $5 million to SFA Fund, Inc. in December, FEC filings show. The billionaire has since expressed doubt about Haley’s ability to secure the GOP nomination following her two-loss record, and told CNBC on Tuesday he isn’t sure that her merits are “going to get her where she needs to get to in South Carolina and thereafter.”

Haley isn’t competing for delegates in the Feb. 8 Nevada caucus, and is hoping to receive a big showing in her home state on Feb. 24. The former ambassador currently trails former President Donald Trump in the RealClearPolitics average for a South Carolina primary by 27 points.

 

 

Singer, another Republican megadonor and president of Elliott Investment Management, gave the super PAC $5 million in mid-December, according to FEC filings. Another employee of the $60 million hedge fund, Singer’s son Gordon, donated $500,000 to SFA Fund, Inc.

Druckenmiller, another billionaire investor who has given to various GOP campaigns and efforts over the years, contributed $200,000 to the group in late September, according to FEC filings. The donor gave an additional $500,000 in early November.

The billionaire told Bloomberg he’s “going to continue to support Nikki Haley” on Tuesday after leaving a fundraiser in New York for the former ambassador.

Langone, the billionaire co-founder of Home Depot, gave SFA Fund, Inc. a $500,000 donation in mid-December, FEC data shows. Crow, another billionaire Republican donor and real estate developer, gave the super PAC $50,000 on Nov. 10.

MAGA Inc., the main Trump-aligned super PAC, raked in $47.8 million during the second half of 2023, according to a FEC filing. The super PAC spent $55.4 million during the time period, and entered 2024 with $23.3 million in the bank.

The former ambassador’s campaign brought in $17.3 million during the last quarter of 2023, and entered the election year with $14.6 million cash on hand, according to the FEC filing. Trump’s White House bid reported raising $19.1 million with $33 million in hard dollars.

Haley’s campaign pointed the Daily Caller News Foundation toward the super PAC upon request for comment. SFA Fund, Inc. did not immediately respond.

This story originally was published by the Daily Caller News Foundation. ##

 

Part III – Additional Information with More MHProNews Analysis and Commentary

Despite lots of pro-manufactured housing talk by the Biden Administration, manufactured housing has in fact been suffering from a 14-month downturn.

 

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A common analysis made by the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) leaders and those from the Manufactured Housing Association for Regulatory Reform (MHARR) is that good existing federal laws are not being properly enforced. In the case of the DOE manufactured housing energy rule, the argument being made is that the federal law in question is being improperly applied. In the case of the DOE’s manufactured housing energy rule, the Biden-era DOE said: “The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA) plays a crucial role in establishing energy conservation standards for manufactured housing.”

 

MHI’s Attorneys Warned-‘Irreparable Harm’ from DOE Looms-MHARR’s Formal Comments Call for Withdrawal of ‘Destructive DOE Manufactured Housing Energy Rule’-Facts w/Analysis; plus MHVille Markets

 

It is apparent to politically savvy individuals that Democrats and their backers, Nikki Haley and “never Trump” supporters are working hard to defeat the deposed 45th president by whatever means possible. For example. Even though Trump won in both Iowa and New Hampshire by significant margins, in New Hampshire Haley enjoyed support from Democrats who voted in the Republican primary, per left-leaning CNN and others. While legal in some states, that skews the appearance to those who may not realize that among most Republicans Trump enjoys overwhelming support. Indeed, at this time, even in Haley’s home state of South Carolina where she served as governor, Trump leads by a wide margin. Per Real Clear Politics (RCP) ‘averages’ of recent polls are the following data points.

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RCP Poll Averages

 

To the point made by Turning Point’s Charlie Kirk about turnout and battleground states, here is more data per RCP. Note that where Obama or Newsome are mentioned below among Democrats, that would be a reflection of the view of those that Biden may be replaced on or before the Democratic National Convention by either Michelle Obama or Gov. Gavin Newsome (CA-D). Other names have been floated, including Biden VP Kamala Harris, who is said to be a long shot for a variety of reasons that routinely reflect her lack of popularity.

 

A link to a special report on MHLivingNews will be edited in here below later today (updated at 3:18 PM on 2.3.2024). It will give a big picture view.

 

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Other relevant reports with analysis are linked below.

 

‘Runaway Corporate-Monopoly Power Inequality-Generating Machine’-Ultra Rich Get Richer But 5 Billion Grow Poorer-Says Oxfam per Inequality Report–Facts with U.S. and MHVille Insights-Analysis

‘Gov’t Agents Arrive at Your Business Demanding You Pay Them to Regulate You’ David Harsanyi Explains SCOTUS ‘Chevron Deference’ Case Issue–MHARR on Manufactured Home Link; plus MHVille Markets

Report: FinCen-Banks Snoop on Purchases-Payments for Political-Religious-Guns-Without Warrant-Apparent Threat to Citizens-Businesses-Investors – Facts and Analysis; plus MHVille Markets

 

Employees and Contractors of ‘Predatory’ Brands in Manufactured Housing Industry Have Potential POWER in 2024 – Facts, Insights, Analysis in Brief – plus Sunday Weekly MHVille Headlines Recap

Part IV – is our Daily Business News on MHProNews stock market recap which features our business-daily at-a-glance update of over 2 dozen manufactured housing industry stocks.

This segment of the Daily Business News on MHProNews is the recap of yesterday evening’s market report, so that investors can see at glance the type of topics may have influenced other investors. Thus, our format includes our signature left (CNN Business) and right (Newsmax) ‘market moving’ headlines.

The macro market move graphics below provide context and comparisons for those invested in or tracking manufactured housing connected equities. Meaning, you can see ‘at a glance’ how manufactured housing connected firms do compared to other segments of the broader equities market.

In minutes a day readers can get a good sense of significant or major events while keeping up with the trends that are impacting manufactured housing connected investing.

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  • Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business – from 2.2.2024
  • Chinese stocks are melting down again after worst week in years
  • What’s really going on with bank stocks
  • Tesla recalling another 2.2 million vehicles for warning lights that are too small
  • These market signals suggest recession fears aren’t gone yet
  • Paytm was once India’s hottest startup. Its shares have crashed 36% in two days
  • Is China now the world’s top car exporter? It’s complicated
  • Missing Chinese banker resigns from China Renaissance for ‘health reasons’ a year after disappearing
  • Apple sales boost profits, but China struggles continue
  • Amazon launches AI shopping assistant as holiday shoppers boost revenue
  • Tesla erases references to DEI from its new 10-K following Elon Musk’s criticisms
  • An OxyContin advertiser will pay $350 million in the first-ever opioid marketing settlement
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  • Meta stock surges 14%. Investors are loving its first-ever dividend
  • More than 30 million people have unclaimed money or assets. Are you one of them?
  • Jeff Bezos may cash out billions in Amazon stock this year
  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on April 26, 2023 in New York City.
  • Another shockingly good jobs report shows America’s economy is booming
  • May 7, 2022; Phoenix, Arizona, USA; UFC host Joe Rogan during UFC 274 at Footprint Center.
  • ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’ will no longer be exclusive to Spotify
  • Meta founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during Meta Connect event at Meta headquarters in Menlo Park, California on September 27, 2023.
  • Mark Zuckerberg made $29 billion this morning after Meta stock makes record surge
  • Attendees shake hands at a Veteran Employment and Resource Fair in Long Beach, California, US, on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2024.
  • The US economy added 353,000 jobs in January, starting off 2024 with a bang
  • Interview with Kate McKinnon about her Super Bowl commercial for Hellmann’s mayo with Pete Davidson and a cat.
  • At this year’s Super Bowl, crypto and AI are out, insurance and mayo are in
  • The Aozora Bank headquarters in Tokyo Japan, on February 1, 2024. The bank’s shares fell over 21% after it said it had made losses on loans tied to US commercial real estate.
  • Banks are being rocked again as real estate losses mount
  • A person wears Vision Pro headset the product release at the Apple Store in New York City on February 2, 2024. The Vision Pro, the tech giant’s $3,499 headset, is its first major release since the Apple Watch nine years ago.
  • Apple’s Vision Pro headset hits US stores today. Here’s what you need to know
  • U.S. Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell speaks during a news conference at the headquarters of the Federal Reserve on January 31, 2024 in Washington, DC. The Federal Reserve announced today that interest rates will remain unchanged.
  • Trump says he would not reappoint Fed Chair Jerome Powell
  • Walmart’s stock is about to appear a whole lot cheaper
  • PayPal is reducing its workforce by 9%
  • Half of US tenants can’t afford to pay their rent. Here’s what’s ahead
  • $500 million Harvard megadonor halts donations, says elite schools produce ‘whiny snowflakes’
  • UPS is cutting 12,000 jobs
  • Right-wing media figures target Taylor Swift with absurd conspiracy theory ahead of the Super Bowl
  • Fulton County government outage: Cyberattack brings down phones, court site and tax systems
  • Starbucks is launching its olive oil-infused beverages nationwide
  • How Dogs Cry For Help: 3 Warning Signs To Watch

 

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