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Saturday, March 12, 2016
Money and Markets
The Gold Rush ... The Loser Leases ... Panic Buying

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

The Eight Trillion-Dollar Trap

Question: If there's another financial catastrophe, can the government save the day again? Until recently, nearly all experts would have responded with a stubborn "yes." Now though, they're not so sure. And some astute analysts are saying the true answer is a flat "no." So Dr. Martin Weiss says, you can't depend on anyone else — especially the government — to protect your assets. You have to do it yourself.

What's Next for This Unexpected Rally?

The devil is in the details, especially when you're trying to understand what's happening in the markets at this time. For your consideration, Jon Markman presents an array of telling details that may explain stocks' surprise surge.

Another Bold Forecast: Gold, Silver to Soon Plunge

Everyone and their brother now thinks that gold and silver are headed to the moon. All because they've had a decent rally of late. And everyone and their brother says buy now, now, now. Not so fast, says precious metals expert Larry Edelson. You should wait awhile before jumping on the bandwagon.

The Death of the American Dream

Nothing will ever be the same again for you or for your family. The America we know and love will be no more. The fallout of this historic event will be horrific for the unprepared. It will trigger all-out panic — first in the U.S. bond market ... and later in the stock market. It will destroy millions of jobs ... sentence most Americans to a "dark age" of depression and poverty ... send gold and silver prices careening higher ... and push the U.S. government to the brink of collapse. Click here to learn how to protect you and your family in the upcoming crisis!

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The Looming "Dot Plot" Disconnect

Mike Burnick's worried about the growing disconnect between the Federal Reserve's interest-rate policy intentions and Wall Street's expectations. If the Fed can't come to terms with the Street over their different visions, he says, it could sink the market.

Is Leasing Boom Setting the Stage for an Auto Sector Bust?

Almost one-third of the Americans who recently drove off a car dealer's lot in a new vehicle didn't buy it — they leased it. This trend has become a ticking time-bomb for U.S. carmakers, says Mike Larson. He recommends getting out of your automotive stocks at the next exit.

The Week's Hot News

Money and Markets columnists Mike Larson 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:

Panic buying: A bad sign for the markets?

Panic Selling to Panic Buying; Another Sign of a Sick Market?

It's a classic case of mob psychology. Speculators have begun chasing stocks that are real dogs, bidding them sky high. Unfortunately, with these stocks, the higher they go, the harder they fall. Mike analyzes the crazy trend.

Warren Buffett — Day Trader?

At first glance, there seems nothing in common between Warren Buffett and the chaotic frenzy of the day-trading world that Boris Schlossberg regularly inhabits. But take another look, and you'll find that both Warren and Boris use a crucial investment principle. Boris shows you how to use this same idea to put money in your pocket.

Inventories Still Piling Up Amid Sales Slump

If you're a corporation, you don't want to make something that's just going to sit on a shelf somewhere gathering dust. Trouble is, the latest economic data shows that's exactly what's happening. Mike explains what this trend means to you.

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.

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After ECB: What's Left Once You Fire Your Bazooka

The European Central Bank threw everything it had at the European Union's sluggish economy — including the baby, the bathwater, and the kitchen sink. But it didn't do a bit of good. And it's the same all around the world. Mike Larson's the man with the investing plan to get you through this international mess. And he wants to share it.

The Money and Markets Team

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