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Your Safety ... a 'Fed-Ache' ... and Larry's Answers

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Saturday, December 26, 2015
Money and Markets
Your Safety ... a 'Fed-Ache' ... and Larry's Answers

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

Where in the World Is It Safe from Terror?

Which places and countries are the most vulnerable to the kind of turmoil that terror can create? Dr. Martin D. Weiss travels the world and looks at the statistics to give some hints. Click here to get his important report.

Setting Us Up for More 'Fed-Ache'

Investors are disappointed with the central bankers. They are worried that the Federal Reserve's forecast for four rate hikes in 2016 is too aggressive and want to see that number cut in half, given tepid inflation pressure. Until the Fed relents, or job growth data weakens significantly enough to give it pause, expect investors to stamp their feet. Jon Markman looks at the investment environment.

HUGE Investment Opportunities!

The International Energy Agency (IEA) just announced that demand is about to rise a whopping 1.1 million barrels per day, a 57% surge over last year! That will soon drive energy stocks like these into the stratosphere. Don't miss the greatest oil and energy fire sale in 30 years! Click here to for more information!

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Larry Answers Your Questions

The questions and comments continue to flood in for Larry Edelson, editor of Supercyle Trader service and the Real Wealth Report. So for his column this week, he is answering some of the most important ones. Click here to read on.

Three Factors That Could Keep Markets Volatile

Mike Burnick is getting a head-start on delivering his expectations for the New Year, even before Christmas. Click here to see what he expects.

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:

What are Interest Rates Trying to Tell Us?

The Fed hikes interest rates, and interest rates go … down? Sounds crazy. What's going on? Mike takes a look at the Fed interest-rate increase and how it's affecting the markets. Click here to read on.

The success of 'Star Wars' hasn't been enough to give Disney shares a big lift. What's the problem?

Disney's Real Enemy ...

Many investors assumed the box office smash “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” would lead to another sizable leg up. The film did gross $529 million in its opening weekend after all. That was an all-time movie industry record. But the shares are suffering. Mike explains why.

Enjoy the Santa Claus Rally, But Be Cautious

Yep, folks ... it must be a Santa Claus rally! The action we've seen feels good considering the recent carnage in a number of sectors and the broad market. It very well could continue through Christmas or even New Year's Eve. But will it last? Mike takes a look.

The First Economic Supercycle Since the
Great Depression

As Europe drowns under its utterly unpayable debt, select investments here in the U.S. are poised to skyrocket as massive amounts of flight capital rush our shores ... for now. Larry Edelson explains how to profit from the first economic supercycle since the Great Depression.

Click this link now to read Larry's special report.

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Because of the shortened trading day Thursday and the holiday Friday, there were no Afternoon Editions on these days. Happy Holidays!

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