As incomes stagnate or fall for the majority of Americans, a store where everything costs $5 or less is booming. Its promise? "A store that every kid in America could afford."
Consumers are spending big on cars, housing, e-commerce, appliances and home projects ("C.H.E.A.P.") at the expense of new clothes and electronics, according to Citigroup.
More money, more problems, amirite?