Here’s a summary of stories from this past trading week, with a link to the full articles online.
Big Danger: A Convenient Forgettery on a Mass Scale
Will the Ghosts of 2008 Return to Haunt Us?
It’s amazing how quickly and thoroughly our nation’s decision-makers and investors forget the lessons of history. It’s downright dangerous, both for the nation as a whole and for individual citizens. Martin D. Weiss, Ph.D., explains why…
Fed Paper Proves Analysts Are Just Salesmen
Things on Wall Street are rarely what they seem. Jon Markman’s observations led him to energetically pursue truth and clarity. His search led him to Jesse Livermore.
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Are Rising Rates Bad for Stocks? Not According to History
Don’t listen to the myths in the media that claim higher interest rates hurt stock prices. It’ simply untrue. Mike Burnick’s ridden plenty of bulls and bears in the Wall Street rodeos. Let him set you straight.
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DNA Helps Americans Map Shale Oil Deposits
OPEC dumps cheap crude on the market to drive American shale oil producers out of business. But a biotech hopes to save the U.S. drillers by using DNA in a new way. Tech guru Jon Markman fills you in.
Viewing Interest Rates Through the Looking Glass
With stock prices likely to follow interest rates lower, you should maintain a high cash reserve – to fund buying opportunities when the market does indeed come back. Bill Hall explains why sometimes some rules go out the window.
The Week’s Hot News
Money and Markets columnists take a look at key financial and political events around the globe. Here are the week’s highlights:
The Euro Is Doomed
The euro has enjoyed a nice rally in 2017. But everything isn’t really candy canes and gumdrop mountains in the Eurozone. Mike Burnick tells it like it is.
Robots Are Comin’
Everybody talks about how robots will cost people their jobs. Well, Tony Sagami says they can make smart investors a ton of money.
BANNED: Why You’ve Been Missing Out on These 100-Baggers
For the past 82 years, you’ve likely missed out on some of the biggest winners in the history of investing. Businesses like GoPro, which would have turned a $100 stake into about $133,000 … Airbnb, where a $100 stake from 2009 is now worth $797,000 … and Uber, which turned $100 into $1.25 million over the past 7 years. But you don’t have to miss out anymore! Click here to see why.
U.S. Debt Explodes to 150% of GDP!
Our tax-and-spend government has dug itself so deep in debt that it may never crawl out. So get ready to tighten your belt and protect your wealth. Mike Burnick knows the score.
Buy Tesla? It’s a Gamble, Not an Investment
Smart investors ignore all the hoopla around Tesla because they know how to make money off electric cars with safer, more financially sound stocks. Check out Tony Sagami’s recommendations.
The Money and Markets Team