Between travel delays, crowded stores, delayed deliveries, and unhealthy eating and drinking habits, there’s a lot not to like about the holidays.  But all of these pale in comparison to the quality time spent with family and friends and the new memories we make each year.  Within a few months, you won’t even remember the traffic jam on the way to dinner or that you had to wait until January to get the iPhone 14 Plus.  What you won’t forget, though, are the family football games, hanging around the fire, one of ‘those’ stories from your aunt or uncle, a post-dinner game of salad bowl, or that late-night McRib run to McDonald’s with the cousins who are old enough to drive (but not old enough to drink).  These are the things in life that really matter.

There has been no shortage of things to complain about in the market and economy this year, but it could be worse, and not everything has been horrible.  This Thanksgiving, we are introducing our list of market and economic-related things not to be thankful for this year, but more importantly, what we also have to be thankful for.  Enjoy the rest of your weekend! Click here to learn more about Bespoke’s premium stock market research service.

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