Here’s a quick, executive summary of stories from this past trading week, with a link to the full articles online.
The Most Profitable Supertrend of 2015
Martin D. Weiss gave you the introduction to the most powerful and potentially most profitable supertrend of 2015. This techno-trend has burst onto the global scene with such gale force that you cannot afford to miss it. Click here for the full story.
This Technology Poised to Replace Fossil Fuel in the Coming Years
Technology analyst, Jon Markman, offered a contrarian’s view on what could be the next trend in energy. Plus he gave you an idea on the best way to profit. You can read it here.
The Long-Awaited Correction is Finally Here
Larry Edelson gave his 2015 forecasts on gold and silver, crude oil and energy prices, food prices, base metal prices, and stocks.
Does the “January Barometer” Signal Stormy Weather Ahead?
January 2015 was not kind to stock investors with the S&P 500 Index falling 3.1 percent. So is the fabled January Barometer signaling stormy weather ahead for stocks? Mike Burnick addresses that question.
Can Anything Stem the Bond Rally?
Bonds have jumped in value. But it’s the future that really matters, so where do we go from here? Can anything stem the bond rally? See Mike Larson’s view 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 market close. Here are the week’s highlights:
An Epic Super Bowl is Behind Us
Mike reported on President Obama’s just-released $4 trillion budget proposal and the battle in Washington that is sure to follow in the months ahead.
Is the “Big Reversal” Underway?
Virtually all the asset classes that investors hated for the better part of the past year are now starting to firm up. Mike said that it’s like everyone is adopting a “The last shall be first” style of investing. So the question is: Should you?
Two More Transportation Disasters — Questions Raised About Safety Standards Here and Abroad
Two more disasters. Two more groupings of senseless deaths. It breaks your heart. But is it symptomatic of a broader problem with transportation safety? Read Mike’s take on those events.
Greek Drama Grabbing Headlines – Market Volatility Rises as Athens, Berlin Do Battle
The ECB said Greek banks couldn’t keep using Greek government bonds as collateral for cash borrowings from the pan-Europe central bank. Now market volatility reigns supreme – that’s been make clear. So where will stocks go?
The Money and Markets Team