While Amazon may be a great success story, the author of today’s article acknowledges a depressing subplot – “Amazon’s ruthless destruction of brick-and-mortar retailers” – and seeks to determine whether the retail sector is still worthy of a chunk of the asset allocation in investment portfolios. The answer may be yes – as long as investors “Amazon-proof” these investments. What retail sub-sectors may be the most Amazon-proof – and what Amazon-proof retailer does the author single out as “one of the relatively few attractive possibilities in the retail sector”? CLICK HERE to find out.
How To “Amazon-Proof” Your Portfolio’s Retail Exposure
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