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Transportation Stocks: Don’t Ignore The Big, Fat Transportation Warning Sign

Transportation Stocks: Don’t Ignore The Big, Fat Transportation Warning Sign

Transportation Stocks: Don't Ignore The Big, Fat Transportation Warning Sign by Tony Sagami, Mauldin Economics

The more the stock market falls, the more hate mail I get… almost like I’m the source of the stock market’s problems. Maybe there is some type of market-timing signal buried in the volume of the hate mail I receive.

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Test Drive: Sprinter 4x4s Traverse Rough Terrain

Recent advertising for the redesigned 2015 Sprinter shows a tall, Euro-style van chugging across a desert sand dune. C’mon – is that possible? It is if the van has the new four-wheel drive option.  Continue to read all about it.

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Financing FedEx vehicles to maximize your earning potential

Financing Fed Ex vehicles is crucial for several scenarios involving freight and package delivery. Fed Ex employs a wide assortment of independent service providers including contractors, ground/home pick-up and delivery, ground/linehaul, and custom critical fleets. Providing these services necessitates owning and operating one or more cargo vans, box trucks, straight trucks, tractors, step vans, sprinter vans, or cutaway trucks, depending on the type of delivery service provided. Financing the lease or purchase of your Fed Ex vehicles or fleet will allow you to expand your small business, add more routes and maximize your earning potential.

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Truck Lenders USA - The fossil fuels previously used to generate the NRV plant’s electricity in 2013

Volvo’s truck assembly plant in Virginia is now powered by decomposing garbage.

All of the electricity used by Volvo’s New River Valley (NRV) assembly plant in Dublin, Va., is generated by methane gas produced at 13 landfills in the region, according to a statement from the company.The fossil fuels previously used to generate the NRV plant’s electricity in 2013 produced 40,408 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Volvo’s electricity provider now uses landfill gas to produce power for the plant that otherwise would have required fossil fuels to produce, making the plant carbon neutral.

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