Retail Stocks About To Catch Fire Under Trump’s Tax Plan
As you know, the Christmas holiday season is the industry’s most profitable period.
However, many brick-and-mortar shops have been crushed by the success of Amazon’s online business over the last decade.
But thanks to President Trump’s tax plan, retailers can finally get into the holiday spirit…
The retail industry pays some of the corporate highest taxes in US: about 35% on average, according to the National Retail Foundation.
Better still, the sector is hated by Wall Street, so many of these stocks trade at significant discounts to the market.
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