Here’s a summary of stories from this past trading week, with a link to the full articles online.
Time Bomb in Tokyo
If you think the U.S. Fed is caught in a dangerous policy trap, wait till you see the massive hole the Bank of Japan has dug for itself. Martin Weiss gives readers his boots-on-the-ground analysis from Tokyo.
Why Online Giants Woo Twitter
You might be surprised at who’s been trying to buy Twitter. Jon Markman gives you the roster of suitors for the social networking site.
If Deutsche Bank goes under — and it may indeed totally collapse — it will be a weapon of mass destruction many times larger than the failure of Lehman Brothers in 2008. Larry Edelson explains how its demise could affect stocks, gold, silver and other assets.
Economic tidal waves act just like tsunamis!
According to the National Geographic, the enormous energy of a tsunami can lift giant boulders, flip vehicles and demolish houses. But from a financial standpoint, the K Wave will be even worse: Millions could lose their homes. Millions more could see their lifesavings wiped out in an instant. Businesses, large and small, could close their doors. Even the bare necessities of life — food, water, clothing — might become scarce. That’s why it’s so important that you get your free copy of my new report “STOCK MARKET TSUNAMI” right away, click here to download now! -Larry Edelson
The Case for the Tactical Family
A tactical family adapts to a whole new lifestyle. They are confident and prepared to deal with this new age of violence and crime. Jeff Cantor explains how.
The Week’s Hot News
Money and Markets columnists Larry Edelson and Boris Schlossberg take a look at key financial and political events around the globe, in our afternoon editions. Here are the week’s highlights:
At the Bank of England, a gatekeeper in traditional 18th century garb seems unperturbed over Britain losing its status as the financial capital of the world
More of What You Really Want …
Larry Edelson considers you a loyal friend, and wants to help you and your family get through the very tough years ahead for the U.S. and the world. And here’s the best way for him to do that …
How Does U.K. Spell Indigestion? B-R-E-X-I-T
Whether they favor “in” or “out”, most Brits are having a hard time swallowing the impacts of exiting from the European Union.
How was that for a forecast?
For months, Larry Edelson has been predicting a plunge in gold, silver and miners. He even predicted a date. Well, now Larry can brag about being right, but it’s not bragging because he was RIGHT.
The Money and Markets Team