As the leaves begin to change and the weather begins to cool, the year’s spookiest holiday approaches. Halloween is a time of fun and frights, as well as a unique combination of business and make-believe. For example, did you know that the U.S. produces 1.5 billion pounds of pumpkins each year? Or that the most popular pet costumes are Bumble Bees, Hot Dogs, and Pumpkins? Check out this infographic from WalletHub for some more statistics on the business- and fun- surrounding the Halloween season.
In 1882, in New York City, Peter McGuire and Matthew Maguire put together the first Labor Day parade with 10,000 workers protesting the unfair working conditions. This holiday now celebrates the American labor movement and everything that workers contribute toward the prosperity, well-being, and strength of the United States of America. Continue reading “The Numbers Behind the “Unofficial End of Summer””
Summer is finally in full swing, which means America’s birthday is right around the corner. The Fourth of July marks the festive occasion when Americans can gather with their friends and family to celebrate America’s independence and enjoy summertime fun. This weekend, 64.5% of Americans will attend a social gathering such as a barbecue or picnic. Just remember to be safe this holiday and from all of us here at Condor Capital, have a happy Fourth of July! Additionally, check out the infographic from WalletHub below to learn more about the numbers pertaining to the upcoming festivities:
It’s that time of the year again when millions of Americans wear their green clothing and go out to celebrate and have an exciting day. The amount of money expected to be spent altogether is over a staggering Continue reading “Happy St. Patrick’s Day!”
After the winter holidays and Mother’s Day, there is no other holiday that Americans spend more on than Valentine’s Day. Undeniably, it has a considerable impact on our economy Continue reading “Valentine’s Day 2016: By the Numbers & 5 Money-Saving Tips”