Here’s a summary of stories from this past trading week, with a link to the full articles online.
Rumblings of Nuclear War
While all of America is nervously counting down the last days to a hotly contested election… Russia is resolutely building up its forces in anticipation of a future war. Martin Weiss, Ph.D., briefs you on what our politicians want to ignore.
Self-Driving Cars Wreck Old Auto Ideas
The world auto industry faces big changes as self-driving cars speed toward everyday use, says tech expert Jon Markman. Get ready to say good-bye to auto dealerships, parking lots and personal car insurance.
|With artificially intelligent vehicles, parking lots will gradually become unnecessary because self-driving vehicles will stay on the road for ride-sharing and ride-hailing.|
Roughly Every 80 years, the Piper Always Gets Paid
Larry Edelson says we’re in the early stages of a sovereign-debt crisis that hits the global economy roughly every 80 years. So don’t sweat the election, he says. Here’s what to do.
5 Critical Flashlight-Handgun Techniques
Flash! Bang! You’re alive! And your attacker is not. A tactical flashlight and a handgun can be a deadly combo for self-defense. Let Jeff Cantor show you how to use them together.
When the K Wave crashes into the American economy …You’ll either be one of the lucky few who are rich and secure; or one of the millions who are hungry, desperate, and afraid. Now you might be tempted to say, “Dow 31,000 sounds pretty good to me, Larry, I’ll just hold onto my U.S. stocks and watch them double in value.” In other words, you might be tempted to sit tight and do nothing. But sitting tight is the worst thing you could do, for three reasons … to find out what those reasons are click here before it’s too late! -Larry Edelson
Big Trouble in Little Stocks: The Disturbing Message You Must Hear
Right now, Mike Larson sees dangerous distress among smaller companies, particularly those leveraged to autos and commercial real estate. Could they be canaries in the coal mine?
The Week’s Hot News
Money and Markets columnists Larry Edelson, Boris Schlossberg, and Mike Burnick take a look at key financial and political events around the globe in our Afternoon Edition. Here are the week’s highlights:
Global Bond Market Insanity
A longtime scholar of economic history, Larry Edelson’s research points toward a period of economic chaos ahead as people lose all confidence in government. Here’s what to do…
Carlos Danger’s Gift to Investors
Trump or Clinton? Currency expert Boris Schlossberg has investment insights you can use after each outcome. So study all your options because everyone knows that the race is far closer than it appears.
32 Central Banks Scrambling to Prepare for December Announcement
A new global law in effect this December could deliver an unexpected shock to the markets.
No less than 32 major central banks are scrambling to prepare for the inevitable fallout.
They’re shifting their money into one single asset that could explode in value, even as everything else plummets.
$3 TRILLION is set to change hands virtually overnight.
You must prepare now – there’s no time left to wait.
Gold Rally Is Significant
Larry Edelson successfully predicted the gold rally that we’re experiencing now. So how far can we ride it? And what kind of roller-coaster ride will the coming markets bring? Larry says: Get ready! Protect your money and get into position to grow it.
Is the Mother-of-All-Bubbles (Finally) Bursting?
Well, 2016 may go down in financial history books, says veteran market-watcher Mike Burnick, as a real game-changer: The end of the great bull-market bubble in bonds. Get Mike’s insights here.
The Money and Markets Team