Tobacco stocks are steady, look for the surge in the cheapest e cigarette brands to fuel a war between tobacco and vapor. that’s if the big tobacco companies do not buy them out first… If you owned an ecig company, would you sell it for $400 million cash? I would.
This years #1 New Years resolution is the quit smoking! …or at least find something better with the use of a vaping device. Even though they may be serious, people are still penny pinchers are are on the hunt for the cheapest electronic cigarette with the best quality. Can’t blame anyone for that can ya?
If you have not heard about the popular e cigarette then you have been living in a cave someplace. These cool e-cigs have been around for a few years but have really exploded onto the scene in the past year with new shops opening locally that cater to the new “vaping enthusiast” in mind that sell or sorts of flavored e juices and devices to blow big clouds of vapor.
Link to cheap e cig video above in case it doesn’t play.
So, you don’t have to quit smoking, just try something else which may be even better! There are lots of real testimonials of former smokers who have made the switch and swear they are better than the real thing as you get more flavor and satisfaction from an e-cigarette than you do a regular cigarette which taste mostly like burnt paper and smoke.
There is even an electronic cigar that taste just like the real thing and mimics it’s every feeling, very uncanny to say the least and it’s only $30 or so. Lasts a very long time and won’t go stale like a real cigar would, jut pick it up and take a draw – enjoy the flavor then put it away for when you’re ready to use it again.
I think these gadgets are pretty dang nifty.
This comes as great news, the big bad federal government recently did a study surveying the current situations for new mortgage loans as well as refinancing. Banks and lending institutions are experiencing an increase in demand for new payday loans online and are lightening up their attitude on credit scores to fill that demand.
This seems to stem from the recent growth in the economy throughout the nation. So in turn the big banks are becoming more lenient to borrowers with not so good credit, although expect a much higher interest rate, yet a person can still acquire that loans whereas before they would not even be considered.
This move is sure to boost the economy even further as the past few years the banks have been downright stingy and persnickety in writing loans. This goes for first time buyers, to people wanting to refinance their current mortgage, to small businesses getting in on the action as well. Because that is where the lions share of moeny is anyways.
What this also means is job growth, when banks lend, more people get hired and in a lot of cases these are new jobs created because the business now has the funds to start growing and adding positions when they ran on a skeleton crew before wondering if they will ever get the change to grow.
No matter which way you look at, things are getting better. Although I know plenty of people who will argue that statement until the cows come home.