What follows is our weekly wrap with links to the latest articles by editors of Money and Markets newsletters.
Since Larry Edelson first released his war forecast a year ago, there have been 201 terrorist attacks, and nearly 60 countries are involved in war. In his column, Larry explains war cycles and gives advice on how to preserve and grow your wealth in the coming turbulent times.
With conflicts in the Middle East and crises in Europe and elsewhere, the some investors may wonder whether the stock market will be able to keep rising. Douglas Davenport believes it can, despite all the current world problems.
In the latest weekly podcast, Ron Paul and Charles Goyette discussed why Congress refused to do anything about the NSA. Paul believes we need whistleblowers like Edward Snowden. Click here to read the highlights from their conversation.
Bill Hall encouraged his readers to consider investing their portfolios the way Ted Williams, one of the greatest baseball players, approached batting. Here is the lesson you could learn to invest more successfully.
“The inauspicious start to this current earnings season may eventually lead to a fundamentally driven pullback,” argues Don Lucek. His article offers an analysis of recent economic developments with a number of stocks to monitor.
Mike Burnick focused his research on a powerful force that he believes is likely to propel stocks even higher. This force is the great rotation out of bonds and into stocks.
Mike Larson concluded the week by revealing which stocks he’s bullish on and how he picks them. Read his column to learn what helps Mike spot sectors with the greatest growth potential.
The Money and Markets Team