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From: efbailey (Rep: 1756) reply to deaconmikeDate: 08/18/2019 20:00
Forum: Wall Street Pit - Msg #2796956Thread #674095173 (Rec: 0)
Re: Might be time to look at shorting some mid to smaller size trucking co's.

I have noticed at my local Walmart, Lowes, Tractor Supply etc lower inventories during this fall reset. Might be nothing but looks kinda like they are anticipating a slowdown in consumer spending.

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Reply to deaconmike - Msg #2796953 - 08/18/2019 15:19

Might be time to look at shorting some mid to smaller size trucking co's.

Have noticed over the past month that in many areas of the country
the available trucks to load ratio is pretty large.
Had a truck in Jacksonville FL last week and doing a 100 mile radius search
for available loads, there were 1210 trucks & 96 loads.
Dallas was 5 trucks for ever 1 load
Not sure how it is out west or on the east coast,,,I try to avoid those regions.
Just a thought
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