The 2014 holiday season is expected to be the best for retailers in three years. Whether it was lower gas prices, confidence in the job market or egg nog-related, the Main Street consumer decided to splurge.
So if Main Street is spending money again, 2015 just may be the year that Wall Street and the rest of the 1 percent go back to doing what they love — and what the 99 percent loves to hate them for — spending money.
I hit up some of Wall Street's favorite spending haunts and here's what I found.
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