Here’s a summary of stories from this past week of trading, with a link to the full articles online.
The Next Market Earthquake
Martin D. Weiss interviewed Boris Schlossberg and Kathy Lien in depth about the next earthquake that’s likely to strike the U.S. markets. Click here to get the transcript of that interview.
Middle Kingdom at Middle Age
Now is a good time to take a look at China’s demographics, and how the aging of that country feeds into the growth slowdown that appears to be swallowing the world. Jon Markman does it here.
Unprepared? If So, Kiss Your Money Goodbye …
This year, the global financial markets … entire economies … and even political systems and philosophies — will spiral out of control. Click here to get Larry Edelson’s view on the global situation and what it means to your investments.
A Money-Making Investment for Volatile Markets
The stock market’s worst-ever start to a year is getting even worse. The bear is growling and the key questions now are: How long will it last, AND especially, how do I make money in this turbulent market? Get Mike Burnick’s take by clicking here.
The Death of the Tech Darlings
The massive flood of easy money, coupled with rock-bottom interest rates, encouraged investors to dog-pile into anything with a good story, a halfway decent yield, or promises of pie-in-the-sky future growth (present losses be darned). What happened? Mike Larson takes a look.
The Week’s Hot News
Money and Markets columnist Mike Larson takes a look at key financial and political events around the globe after the market close. Here are the week’s highlights:
Deflation Fears are Winning! What Does it Mean?
In the great battle between inflation and deflation, it’s not even close. Deflation fears are winning hands down. What does it mean and how will it affect your investments going forward? Get Mike’s take here.
New law cracks down on right to use cash
The U.S. government is trying to restrict your access to cash. But not for the reason you think …
August Crash Lows Tested …
Virtually every market tanked around the world, except for those that surge in times of worry and panic. What happened and why? Mike explains.
Draghi at it Again!
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi was at it again. He said there are “no limits” to what the ECB can or will do to recapture that asset inflation magic, strongly implying even more action will be taken at the ECB’s next policy meeting in early March. What was the reaction? Mike explains.
The Money and Markets Team
P.S. Is your stock portfolio taking a hit in 2016? To help grow your wealth in these turbulent times, CNBC regulars Kathy Lien and Boris Schlossberg have agreed to sit down with Mike Burnick on Monday the 25th to explain exactly which investment vehicle is ideal for this volatile market.
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