What follows is Money and Markets’ weekly summary of the latest articles written by its investment newsletter editors.
Larry Edelson has been studying cycles of war for decades, and the trend he has spotted is terrifying — but not for those who are prepared. Click here to learn how you can protect yourself from the upcoming rise in social unrest.
When will the Fed taper its QE policies and what impact will it have on the stock market? Technical analysis used by Douglas Davenport gives answers to those crucial questions. In this article he explains why he remains long on U.S. equities.
In Charles Goyette’s weekly podcast, Ron Paul gave his advice for the growing number of bright young people wishing to run for higher office — click here to read the highlights of their conversation.
The Money and Markets Team is now using recently updated Weiss Ratings — here is the list of the best-performing companies over the past few days.
In the current overvalued market, the challenge for investors is to see things as they are, not as they want them to be, argues Bill Hall. This past week he used another indicator to prove that U.S. stocks are overvalued.
The financial sector is considered to be one of the potential winners for 2014 — Don Lucek explains why and names a few A-rated stocks, according to the Weiss Ratings model.
Mike Burnick took a look at market data from a historical perspective to determine what the future may hold — here are his predictions for the next year based on historical analysis.
For the past few weeks, Money and Markets analysts have been focusing their attention on what lies ahead for the stock market. The major conclusion — the stock-market rally is looking tired after rising almost 30 percent this year. Read their quotes and arguments in this article.
Mike Larson, the editor of Safe Money, strongly believes we are going to witness one of the biggest bull markets in history — a bull market in interest rates. He also listed his arguments to show that the Fed is likely to raise interest rates next year.
The Money and Markets Team