The $4 Trillion Money Printing Press
No matter how many tricks governments may play and no matter how wild this 21st century rollercoaster ride may get, there is also another possible outcome: austerity. Martin D. Weiss takes a look at the implications of recent government and central bank policies.Click here
Stocks Hiding in Plain Sight
strong> How awesome it would be to go back in time and buy Wal-Mart and Amgen when they were just getting started as public companies? They’re up a mere 76,755% and 158,554% since, respectively. Well, there are many companies like that at present. You just need to be brave and smart and have heart and really think about what the future might be like five years or 10 years from now. Jon Markman explains.
The Euro and the Greek ‘No’ Vote
The consequences of the Greek “no” vote will spread — without a doubt — to the other peripheral economies of the European Union, namely Portugal, Spain and Italy. Larry Edelson takes a look at all the implications. Click here.
|There are indeed risks in the Chinese market, but there are opportunities as well, especially after the recent selloff.|
China: Risks … and Opportunities
The recent meltdown in Chinese stocks presents both risk of contagion for global stocks, including our markets, and a great buying opportunity in the making for global-oriented investors. Mike Burnick takes a look. Click here.
Saving Money in Today’s Rate Environment
Mike Larson has shared some of his favorite investment strategies for this interest-rate environment. But that’s only half the battle. Mike explains. Click here.
The Week’s Hot News
Money and Markets columnist Mike Larson takes a look at key financial and political events around the globe after the markets close. Here are the week’s highlights:
Greeks Say ‘Oxi’
Mike takes a look at the weekend referendum in Greece and what the outcome means for your investments. Click here.
Europe Fiddles While Markets Burn & Churn
European heads of state are fiddling while markets burn. What’s to be done? Mike takes a look.
Watch Greece — But Don’t Ignore China!
Chinese markets have already been beaten down to dirt-cheap levels. They reflect a heck of a lot of pessimism, and arguably could be the value trades of the decade once the panic subsides. Click here.
Glitches, Glitches, Glitches
Coincidence or suspicious? In the wake of the NYSE/United shutdowns, Mike takes a look at cyber-security and what it all means. Click here.
The Money and Markets Team