Safe Money‘s primary mission is to provide you with the 100% independent research and analysis you need to help preserve — and grow — your wealth in both rising and falling markets.
Mike Larson, Editor of Safe Money Report, has more than ten years of experience researching and writing about the housing industry, mortgages, interest rates, personal finance and investments.
Mr. Larson, recognized as one of the few serious analysts to foresee the current real estate and mortgage crisis, has become a primary press source for insights on the industry, quoted frequently by the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Dow Jones Newswires, Associated Press, Reuters, CNNMoney.com, and many others. His early forecasts of the subprime crisis have also lead to frequent appearances on CNBC, CNN, Fox Business News, and Bloomberg Television, as well as many nationally syndicated radio shows.
Dr. Martin D. Weiss, publisher and contributing editor of Safe Money, has been writing and publishing guidance for investors for more than 30 years.
The financial industry’s most trusted sources have given Dr. Weiss praise for his independent approach and unrivaled accuracy. The Wall Street Journal calls him “FEISTY.” The New York Times says he was “the first to see the dangers and say so unambiguously.” Fortune said he provides “The most comprehensive source” of information. And Worth says “Weiss’ record … is so good compared with that of his competitors, nervous buyers need look no further.”
In this power-packed, straight-shooting monthly publication, you can count on unbiased information that will cut through the Wall Street spin and give you specific recommendations designed to protect and grow your wealth.
In Safe Money, you’ll get:
Crystal-clear views of the financial landscape and how it will impact your financial future.
Specific guidance on “what,” “when,” and “how” to buy.
Updates on all recommendations, including the go-ahead on precisely when to take profits while protecting your principal.
Ratings and insights on the good, the bad, and the ugly in the banking, insurance, and brokerage businesses.
Plus, answers to specific questions asked by subscribers.