Today on Cashin’ In:
As American shoppers flood into stores, Unions are planning strikes at some of the country’s biggest shipping ports. Is Big Labor threatening retailers and shoppers at the worst possible time for the economy?
More companies are sending employees out-of-state for medical care. Should more consider “surgery shopping” as a way to cut healthcare costs?
Spain is offering foreigners permanent citizenship if they buy a home. Would that plan help America’s still-weak housing market?
Plus a stock pick for those watching utilities like Southern (SO) and Exelon (EXC) continue to fall.