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Saturday, November 28, 2015
Money and Markets
Shocking Truths, Golden Crosses, Precious Metals

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Here's a quick, executive summary of stories from this past trading week, with a link to the full articles online.

Four Shocking Truths about ISIS

Dr. Martin D. Weiss provides a complete analysis of how the hidden truths about ISIS could shock the world and transform investment markets. Click here to read his important report.

The Golden Crosses ...

Jon Markman explains the "golden cross" and what it means to the overall market. Many in the technical analysis subculture ignore this indicator because it is so simplistic. Should we pay attention to it? Take a look at Jon's report here.

Get Ready ...

Larry Edelson takes a close look at what the charts are telling us about the future of gold, silver and other metals. Click here to read what he thinks is in the offing.

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Because of the Thanksgiving holiday, there was no Thursday morning edition this week.

Mediocrity in the Markets: Can Stocks Break Free?

Cut through all the noise and distractions, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average is just about where it was a year ago. Will anything happen to get the markets moving, either one direction or the other? Mike Larson takes a look.

The Week's Hot News

Money and Markets columnists Mike Larson and Larry Edelson take a look at key financial and political events around the globe after the market close. Here are the week's highlights:

The makers of Viagra and Botox look to combine, something that could set up a battle with U.S. officials.

A $160 Billion Battle ....

The maker of Viagra plans to join the maker of Botox in what will challenge U.S. efforts to end "inversion" deals. It's setting up a $160 billion battle. Mike takes a look at the ensuing fight.

Tensions Rise in Middle East! What's Next ...

The latest developments out of Syria are bothering for world markets and world stability. Mike takes a look at the troubling events.


Larry Edelson steps in to take a look at the latest market developments and what it means for your investments as we head into the long holiday weekend. Click here to get his views.

No Afternoon Editions on Thursday and Friday

Because of the Thanksgiving holiday, there was no Afternoon Edition on Thursday and Friday this week.

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