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New Wars, New Ways and New Perils ...

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Saturday, June 20, 2015
Money and Markets
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New Wars, New Ways and New Perils ...

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

Three New Wars and the Effect on Investing

Three new wars could have a big impact on investment markets in the weeks ahead. What are they and how should you plan your investments? Martin D. Weiss explains. Click here to read more.

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As Financials Go, So Go the Markets

Regional and money-center banks are red-hot lately. Jon Markman shares his views and those of other experts. Read the report by clicking here.

Big governments' hunt for higher and higher tax revenues is why you can expect more civil strife and domestic unrest.

War Cycles Will Affect Everything!

Larry Edelson and Martin Weiss have been documenting the global crises that will have a profound effect on your investments. Larry takes a closer look at the "war cycles" he's been talking about since 2012. What does it all mean for you?

Summer Doldrums Now, But Will it Last?

The market hasn't shown much direction in recent weeks, and the summer doldrums seemed to arrive even before the summer does. What's next? Will things heat up? Mike Burnick takes a look.

Learning to Live Without a Safety Net

Mike Larson goes down the river. Click here to read all about it.

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:

Greece Nears End of the Negotiating Line

Last stop, folks … end of the line! You've probably heard that announcement on a subway train before. Now, that's what Greece's creditors are saying. What's the message Europe is giving to the Greeks? Mike takes a look.

How to "Game Plan" Your Portfolio for a Grexit

How will the different potential scenarios for Greece play out for your portfolio? Mike follows up Monday's look at the crisis with his outlook here.

What's the Fed Signaling?

The Federal Reserve didn't actually raise short-term interest rates yet. But it did suggest it's still on track to do so down the road. Mike takes a look.

Yellen's Game-Changing Comments

"First to last" was the market theme after the Fed chief's comments Thursday. Mike Larson explains. Click here to read more.

Best wishes,

The Money and Markets Team

 


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