Here’s a summary of stories from this past trading week, with a link to the full articles online.
The Next President’s #1 Problem
It doesn’t matter who wins the White House this fall, says Martin Weiss, Ph.D., the biggest challenge for the new leader of the Free World will come from inside the USA! To find out what it is, click here.
June May Signal a Hot Streak in S&P 500
June’s usually a sleepy month for stocks. But this year, June has the potential to spark an amazing super-rally in the Standard & Poor’s 500. Jon Markman explains why.
More on Gold…
Larry Edelson’s gold forecast has not changed. He tells you why, as well as where the precious metal’s prices are going to go and what you should do when they get there.
HUGE Investment Opportunities!
The last time oil prices sank below $50 a barrel, the best oil and energy stocks handed investors like you TRIPLE-DIGIT profits! The world’s best oil and energy companies are now HUGE investment opportunities — and you can buy all the shares you want for 50% to 90% off the recent price! Don’t miss the greatest oil and energy fire sale in 30 Years! Click here for more information! –Mike
How to Stay Safe While You Travel
Summer is here – and your vacation is calling. But it only takes a tiny glitch or minor misunderstanding to end up in serious danger. Security expert Jeff Cantor has some ideas on how to stay safe out there.
Is the Dollar Done for This Cycle?
The dollar is sitting on the edge of a cliff – will it tumble? That’s the question prompted by a very scary looking chart of the Dollar Index (DXY). For Mike Larson’s answer, read on …
Filmed just steps from the White House, a beloved 12-term U.S. Congressman reveals the shocking ways the government could go after your money and retirement savings. He says, "If you have any assets priced in U.S. dollars, you could ultimately kiss up to 80% of it goodbye." This is a must-see for every American. Click here to watch now.
The Week’s Hot News
Money and Markets columnists Mike Larson, Mike Burnick 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:
Fed’s Yellen Calls the Economic Glass Half Full – But Is It?
Fed Chairman Janet Yellen tried to put a happy face on the economy, but her Pollyanna act can’t hold up to the data. Mike Larson says her Fed’s much more than a day late and a buck short.
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This Market is Going Nuts (Hint: It’s NOT Stocks)
Bonds have gone from Steady Eddie to Zombie Zed in Switzerland. And the Zombie Zed rates seem to be spreading to bond rates everywhere. Mike Larson knows how to profit from the Apocalypse.
The Silver Lining in the Doomsday Narrative
Doom and gloom descended upon the business and financial world with the most recent nonfarm payroll report. But Boris Schlossberg is looking on the bright side of the jobs report. Yes, the currency trader has found a silver lining.
Make Easy Money Front-Running the ECB
Since early 2014, the European Central Bank has spent nearly 780 billion euros on government bonds, asset-backed securities and covered bonds. Now it’s going after corporate bonds. This spending spree has barely boosted Europe’s economy, says Mike Burnick, but it has generated prospects for easy money.
The Money and Markets Team