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More "Correction" Coming? And a Suspect Rally

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Saturday, September 5, 2015
Money and Markets
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More "Correction" Coming? And a Suspect Rally

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

Why This "Correction" Could Get Worse

Dr. Martin Weiss sees similarities in this market and the one in the 1930s that turned his father's $500 into six figures. Read his 10 lessons for the present market here.

A Suspect Rally

Data suggests that most of the surge higher in the stock market last week was short-covering, not real bargain hunting. That's a significant difference. Jon Markman tells you why.

Financial Security in Times of Crisis

Mike Larson wants to help you shield your wealth against major market reversals by identifying major dangers on the horizon. He also wants to help you avoid losses by identifying stocks that are simply too risky for you. To get everything you need to safely grow your wealth today, click here!

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A Bottom Yet? Not Even Close

According to Larry Edelson's models, the long-awaited stock market correction is far from over. Don't be deceived by any short-term rallies; Larry tells you what to do instead.

Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide

Last week was the steepest selloff for stocks since 2011. The question on everyone's mind, of course, is where do we go from here? Mike Burnick has the answers.

Apple's "Spaceship" campus is just one example of extreme Silicon Valley wealth, but it may be a sign of trouble ahead.

Is Tech Bubble II the Latest Investor Threat?

Recent murmurings from Silicon Valley may be the precursor to a second tech bubble, according to these red flags, writes Mike Larson.

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:

Fed 'Autopilot' Behavior: Nearing an End?

"Full speed ahead" was the message coming out of the Fed's Jackson Hole, Wyoming, gathering last Friday. Find out why Mike thinks the Federal Reserve may still raise rates in September, even with questionable jobs data.

Latest Figures Show Manufacturing, Exports Tanking Worldwide

The numbers show that the global economy is losing momentum, led by sharp downturns in emerging markets. Mike explains what this means for U.S. investors.

Forget the Fed's QE. 'QT' Means Money is Already Getting Tighter

"Quantitative Tightening" is gradually replacing quantitative easing around the world, as "petrodollar" countries like Saudu Arabia have been forced to spend billions in additional funds to fill budget gaps. Read Mike's take here.

ECB Tosses Markets a Bone … Should You Buy?

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi suggested that Euro-QE could go beyond the current time limit of September 2016 if needed. What are the effects? Mike explains.

Best wishes,

The Money and Markets Team


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