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Billy McCormac

Plenty of publications appear to be embracing the paid-content ethos. In fact, this trend could negatively impact the wider shareholding public. Before the advent of the Internet, professional investors had a clear informational advantage over their mom-and-pop counterparts. Putting information under lock and key, available only to paying customers, could tip the scales once again in favour of the pros.

Kevin Dugan

Great point Billy. This does not bode well on many fronts.

michele kidd

My dad had ordered sets of pringles glasses they have the pringles emblem on the front I was wondering if there is any value in them


I hope they're worth something - I have a set of six perfectly beautiful Pringles glasses and if they don't sell at yard sale in September, they're going on E-bay.

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