Although Internet shopping has placed pressure on many retailers, there are several concepts that are continuing to thrive. Inexpensive goods stores are expanding such as Dollar Store, Dollar General and Dollar Tree. Wal-Mart correlated with this trend on a much larger scale, looking to expand an additional 60-70 supercenters this year as well as add another 200+ smaller market stores to its’ portfolio. Notable coffee shops like Duncan Donuts and Tim Horton’s are expanding and low cost fashion stores like Forever 21 are also growing. Lastly, Hobby Lobby is looking to expand this year proving that DIY is in. The trends are affordable, one-stop-shop stores and caffeine to name a few. Let’s see how 2015 plays out.