Here’s a summary of stories from this past trading week, with a link to the full articles online.
The Most Dangerous Paradox of All Time
Readers like you have urgent concerns on their minds, not just for their investments but for the survival of mankind.
Samsung Debuts Dumbest Elite Smartphone
The $800 Samsung Galaxy Note 7 would be a dream come true for consumers — in 2013. Like Apple, Samsung can no longer survive by simply churning out one hot cell phone after another. Jon Markman explains.
Gold Crash Coming?
Every gold bug and analyst that Larry Edelson knows is more bullish on the precious metal than ever. But before you buy gold, you’ll want to get his take and his suggestions.
Check out My Safe Money
College campuses may appear safe – but too often they’re hotbeds of violent crimes that threaten students’ safety and lives.
Nobody Likes to Think About It Till It’s Too Late
College students are facing an unprecedented wave of crime on campuses, including rapes, murders, and attacks by active shooters. What advice can parents give their college-age children? Security expert Jeff Cantor has a suggestion.
The Only Question That Matters: Is This a REAL Economic Rebound or Not?
Is this a real economic rebound or not? The answer will determine where virtually every asset on the planet heads next. But don’t make a move without reading what Mike Larson has to say about it.
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:
World’s Largest Market is Crashing
Over the next 6-12 months, the U.S. will experience its biggest and perhaps last test as a country. It will challenge your emotional and fiscal security as a “provider” (if you have a family).
Why Aren’t We Getting More Infrastructure Spending with Borrowing Costs So Low?
Policymakers from both sides of the political spectrum keep saying we need to spend more on infrastructure. Here are the facts, according to Mike Larson.
The Lower Rates Get, the More We Save?
If you earn less on your savings, you have to save more to reach your financial goals. Common sense, right? So Mike Larson wants to know: Why don’t the central banks get it?
The Only Sector to Score an Earnings-Season Trifecta
Analysts report that three sectors — energy, materials and health care — have promising earnings-season stats that make them worth a second look for investors. But as Mike Burnick reports, only one scores well on the three most-important metrics.
Alice in Wonderland Economics
For many British citizens, Brexit has transformed into Regrexit. Currency expert Boris Schlossberg blames it on Alice in Wonderland economics.
The Money and Markets Team