Here’s a summary of stories from this past trading week, with a link to the full articles online.
At the Epicenter of the Next Debt Earthquake
From Milan, Martin Weiss, Ph.D. reveals why the fashion capital of Italy could be the epicenter of the next debt meltdown — and its impact on U.S. markets. How? Why? Hint: He also gives you a short list of megabanks on the brink.
Nvidia Has Still Got Game
Everybody talks about Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. But the biggest winner in the tech stock stakes has been Nvidia. Jon Markman, the editor of Tech Trend Trader, explains how the company gamely outpaced the Big 4.
A Tidal Wave is Headed Our Way!
It will wipe out the lifesavings of millions of investors. But most people can’t even see it coming. It’s called “The K Wave” or “The Long Wave.” Whether you are totally wiped out by it — or whether you ride the “crest” of this wave to a level of wealth you never dreamed possible — depends entirely on what you decide to do today. Click here to see how you could multiply your money by 300% … 400% … even 500% if you “surf” the K Wave safely into shore. -Larry Edelson
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Cycles Hitting Now!
As a scholar of history and cultural anthropology, Larry Edelson has a unique view of the markets. And he says the markets are on the brink of a major shift. So here’s what he thinks you should watch for …
Be Prepared for a Fire
If you’re caught in a major fire, there’s one piece of high-tech equipment that can astronomically increase your chances of survival — and you’ve probably never even heard of it. Let security expert Jeff Cantor fill you in…
When Crowded Trades and Crazy Correlations Align, Look Out!
Market risks continue to mount from just about everywhere as investors desperately claw for yields in a NIRP/ZIRP world. Mike Larson says here’s what to do…
World’s Largest Market is Crashing
Over the next 6-12 months, the U.S. will experience its biggest and perhaps last test as a country. It will challenge your emotional and fiscal security as a “provider” (if you have a family).
The Week’s Hot News
Money and Markets columnists Mike Larson and Boris Schlossberg take a look at key financial and political events around the globe after the market close. Here are the week’s highlights:
Could Teddy Roosevelt Teach Fed Policymakers a Thing or Two?
The 26th president successfully lived by the maxim: “Speak softly and carry a big stick.” So why do the Fed’s leaders make the most noise when they’re essentially unarmed? Mike Larson ponders the quandary.
The Consequences of Mispricing Insurance — for Stocks and Hurricanes
Mike Larson lives in Florida, so he knows why insurance companies suddenly stop writing storm policies when a hurricane comes too close to shore. But with a financial hurricane brewing, he’s worried about all the “insurance” being sold as put options.
Pension Crisis Dead Ahead
Try this number on for size: 3.5 trillion dollars. That’s the gap in unfunded liabilities that face U.S. public pension funds. Just another problem caused by the Fed’s plan to keep interest rates low, says currency trader Boris Schlossberg.
Biotech Bloodbath with EpiPen at the Epicenter
The U.S. healthcare system is still a mess. Adding to the evidence, says Mike Larson, biotech firms saw their stock prices plummet amid allegations of price gouging, especially by the makers of EpiPen.
The Money and Markets Team