Here’s a summary of the stories from this past trading week with a link to the full articles online.
With Threats of Terror, Your Investments Still Matter
Three major studies lead to a horrifying conclusion: Islamic terrorists could be plotting to unleash a radioactive “dirty bomb” in a major city in Europe or the U.S. The social and political effects will be felt around the world, including Wall Street. Before it’s too late, consider Dr. Martin Weiss’ advice on how to protect your wealth.
GAP Shares Suffer Unkind Cuts
If you’re holding stock in The GAP, you got sheared when share prices fell after the company’s sales tanked. All its brands, including Banana Republic and Old Navy, have resorted to deep-discount sales — to no avail. Jon Markman analyzes why The Gap flopped.
Oil and Energy Fire Sale!
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How Markets Outwit You …
After decades of following the markets, Larry Edelson knows how they lure investors onto the rocks with siren songs that make people believe all is well. Well, they can’t fool Larry. To find out why, read on …
Home Invasions … And How to Prevent Them
For many people, home invasions only happen to “other” people. They assume they’ll never be a victim, so they never plan for such a horror. But home invasions can happen to anyone, says security expert Jeff Cantor. Read on for his 10 top tips for foiling home invaders.
Credit Cycle Turn is NOT All About Oil
The markets had a nice rally this week. So should you jump on the bandwagon and throw caution to the wind? Mike Larson doesn’t think so — and he explains.
The Week’s Hot News
Money and Markets columnists Mike Larson, Mike Burnick and Boris Schlossberg take a look at key financial and political events around the globe after the market close. Here are the week’s highlights:
|Can the rally in the yen continue?|
The Dollar, the Yen and the Rest
Bullish calls on the Japanese yen have paid off very well lately. But can that run continue? And how can you profit? Let Mike Larson tell you how to make cash from currency.
IMF on Global Economy: Not a Pretty Picture
At the International Monetary Fund, the Gloomy Guses just got gloomier about the state of the world’s economy. However, IMF officials, central bankers and government officials can’t seem to figure out what’s wrong. But Mike Larson knows.
The Only Solution to Negative Rates
More than $7 trillion of sovereign bonds and notes are in issue at less than their face value. So, if you buy bonds from say Germany, Japan or Switzerland, you will actually receive less than you paid for them. Don’t just curse negative interest rates, says Boris Schlossberg, go for dividends.
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 … According to leaked evidence it’s much, much worse.
How to Find the Best Quality Stocks — and Avoid the Worst
Earnings season is just getting underway, and some sectors are really struggling. But aside from sector trends, you should also keep close tabs on which investment styles are performing. Mike Burnick explains.
The Money and Markets Team
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