recessionproof love

Definitions

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  • adjective Unaffected by economic recession.

Etymologies

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recession +‎ -proof

Examples

  • In the libertarian Reason Foundation report, policy analyst Adam B. Summers wrote the current pension system is unfair to taxpayers who are forced to pay more to "recessionproof government workers 'pensions" even as they are struggling to save for their own retirements.

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  • While sin stocks are often thought of as recessionproof, the fund has struggled quite a bit recently; year-to-date, it's in the bottom 3 percent of Morningstar's large blend category.

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  • The company's Transformers action figures have morphed into a franchise that includes two movies, a TV series, video games, comic books, and a wide range of spinoff toys that seem to be recessionproof.

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  • And sales of supposedly recessionproof "staple" items like food, beverages, and personal products have barely risen.

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  • The company's Transformers action figures have morphed into a franchise that includes two movies, a TV series, video games, comic books, and a wide range of spinoff toys that seem to be recessionproof.

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  • In Switzerland, high-end agent Aylesford International says resorts that combine tradition with luxury have proved the most recessionproof, such as Gstaad, Klosters, Villars and St Moritz.

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  • Despite grim premonitions that digital piracy is destroying the movie industry, last year saw the highest box-office returns in Hollywood history-a record owing no small debt to the superhero movie, a genre that appears to be recessionproof: keeping studios in business with billion-dollar returns (

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