Here’s a summary of stories from this past trading week, with a link to the full articles online.
The World’s Safest Banks, plus … The World’s Greatest Threats
While Martin Weiss, Ph.D., has been to some of the world’s primary focal points of risk, his readers have been filling his email with questions and comments about the EU, the world’s banks and more. Here’s how Martin responded.
|Amazon has secured a fleet of cargo jets that are on course to make the retailer FedEx’s worst nightmare.|
FedEx Should Fear Amazon
Amazon started out by paying the USPS, UPS, FedEx and other shippers to fly its goods around the country and around world. But recently the Internet retail monster began investing in its own fleet of cargo jets. And you can bet that no one’s gonna stop Amazon from shipping other companies’ goods.
Sneak Peek at an Important Forecast Tool I Use…
In a special column, Larry Edelson let Money and Markets readers get a gander at a tool he usually only shares with the investors who subscribe to his paid services. You’ll be amazed at what you learn from this powerful prediction instrument.
A Tidal Wave is Headed Our Way!
It will wipe out the lifesavings of millions of investors. But most people can’t even see it coming. It’s called “The K Wave” or “The Long Wave.” Whether you are totally wiped out by it — or whether you ride the “crest” of this wave to a level of wealth you never dreamed possible — depends entirely on what you decide to do today. Click here to see how you could multiply your money by 300% … 400% … even 500% if you “surf” the K Wave safely into shore. -Larry Edelson
Just How Safe Are You at the Airport?
You’d think that if there’s any place you should feel secure, it’s while going through a security check point at an airport. Well, think again. Security expert Jeff Cantor reveals the deathtrap that airports won’t tell you about…
Where Has All the Volatility Gone?
Big name stocks seem to be stuck in a rut, moving very little, either up or down. Mike Larson says this reflects a disconnect between stock prices and economic reality. And here’s his take on what it all means to you.
The Week’s Hot News
Money and Markets columnists Mike Larson, Boris Schlossberg, and Mike Burnick take a look at key financial and political events around the globe after the market close. Here are the week’s highlights:
Hope You Had a Happy Labor Day!
Due to the holiday, we didn’t publish an afternoon edition today. Mike Larson and the rest of the team celebrated with their family and friends. We hope you had as wonderful a day off as they did.
Obama’s New Law Gives $42.4 Billion
On December 18, 2015, President Obama quietly signed a bill that gives 119 million eligible Americans the chance to collect on “consumer rebate checks” that could go anywhere from $1,230 to $12,900 for some people. There are no income requirements to collect. Full Details Here…
G-20, Services Sector Disappoint as Key Policy Meetings Loom
The summer is gone and the living probably won’t be easy on Wall Street after G-20 gridlock and a disappointing performance by the services sector. So what’s an investor to do? For a start, listen to Mike Larson.
No More Money
Currency expert Boris Schlossberg says: “I hate cash. I hate coins, bills, writing checks — all of it.” But he doubts that cash will be abolished anytime soon. And if “dead presidents” went the way of the dodo, he says, it would no doubt spur a demand for this…
Why this Distrusted Bull Market May be Due for a Pause
Mike Burnick usually likes to buck the pessimists. But even this avowed contrarian feels uneasy about this distrusted bull market. And he has three reasons why…
The Money and Markets Team