Here’s a summary of stories from this past week of trading, with a link to the full articles online.
How NOT to Forecast 2016
Soothsaying economists typically stumble and mumble their way through the next-year-forecast exercise. Dr. Martin D. Weiss looks at why they so often go awry. You can get his important report here.
Oil: $20/Barrel Before a Rebound?
Despite the increase in geopolitical tensions, especially in the Middle East, oil prices just cannot catch a bid. How low will they go? Jon Markman looks at the issue, along with the effects of the stronger dollar and the aging of the U.S. population. Click here to read on.
2016: Three Major Sneak Previews …
Larry Edelson’s first column of 2016 presents three major sneak previews of the year ahead. Want to be better prepared for what’s coming? Click here to read how Larry sees where we’re heading.
Will the Ghosts of 1937 Haunt the Fed This Year?
Year 2016 is starting off with much of the same old bad news that plagued stocks last year, leading to turbulent and often violent swings in the stock market. Fasten your seatbelts, Mike Burnick warns. Click here to read on.
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Forget the Calendar — Worry About Fundamentals
As goes the first week of January, so goes the year? That’s what a lot of analysts take for granted. But Mike Larson says you should not pay so much attention to the calendar and look more at fundamentals. Click here to read more.
The Week’s Hot News
Money and Markets columnist Mike Larson and others take a look at key financial and political events around the globe after the market close. Here are the week’s highlights:
Markets in Sea of Red!
Larry Edelson took a look at the first day of trading for the year — and warned the rough times would continue for the next few days. Was he right? Click here.
Is ‘Peak Auto’ the Latest Threat to the Markets?
The auto industry just wrapped up its best year in history! But auto-related share prices tanked. What’s going on? Mike takes a look.
Korea, China, Crude Crush the Markets
When it rains, it pours. This week on Wall Street and throughout the world certainly proved that point. Mike puts it all together and explains how it will affect the markets. Read on …
The New Year Massacre: How Long?
As of Thursday, the market carnage that started in China earlier in the week was continuing. How long will it go? Mike examines the matter.
The Money and Markets Team
P.S. As you know, over the past two years, the world’s energy markets have been hit with the equivalent of a HYDROGEN BOMB.
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