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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. Larry Edelson’s Shocking Forecasts On Oct. 7, 2015, we will enter a new phase of the global economy as everything we know starts to change. Martin D. Weiss gives us the details of his in-depth Skype interview with Larry Edelson,…

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Market Roundup
Dow -55.32 to 17,690.66
S&P -4.70 to 2,103.93
NASDAQ -0.50 to 5,128.28
10-YR Yield -0.063 to 2.205%
Gold +$5.80 to $1,094.50
Oil -$1.69 to $46.84
That’s what American workers are asking these days – and they’re not getting any good answers. I say that because the latest figures show wages and salaries are stagnating like never before. The…

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Mike Larson
America has become a “Renter Nation.” That’s the shocking news the Census Bureau confirmed this week, when it reported that the U.S. homeownership rate slumped to 63.4% in the second quarter. How low is that? It’s down from 63.7% from the first quarter of this year … It’s far below the housing bubble peak of 69.2% in 2004 … And…

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Market Roundup
Dow -5.41 to 17,745.98
S&P +0.06 to 2,108.63
NASDAQ +17.05 to 5,128.78
10-YR Yield -0.011 to 2.268%
Gold -$5.20 to $1,087.40
Oil -$0.32 to $48.47
Another quarter, another three months where gangbuster growth remains AWOL. That’s what I thought when I looked at this morning’s GDP report. It showed the economy grew 2.3% in the most recent quarter.…

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Mike Burnick
Stocks have been in a volatile up-and-down trading range all year, but in the past few weeks the swings have been even more intense. At the same time, market breadth has taken a turn for the worse, which is an ominous sign that a much steeper correction may be in the cards. Two weeks ago, the Dow and S&P 500…

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Market Roundup
Dow +121.12 to 17,751.39
S&P +15.32 to 2,108.57
NASDAQ +22.53 to 5,111.73
10-YR Yield +0.029 to 2.279%
Gold -$0.70 to $1,095.50
Oil +$0.92 to $48.90
Today was the day for the Federal Reserve and Chairman Janet Yellen to sound off in a big way. But rather than give much guidance on what they’re going to do with interest…

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Larry Edelson
Other than purchasing select stocks with very good fundamentals and chart patterns, for over a year now I have been warning you that a steep stock market correction was coming. So much so, that many are now calling me “a stopped clock.” That’s fine. I can handle it. But the facts are these: A. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is…

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Friday’s The Week Ahead forecast started with this paragraph:“There are numerous smaller indications that make me think we either open higher early next week or we try to put in more of a base for a bounce, but I mean bounce in the most nearly meaningless way, nothing I would trade (other than a speculative position) and nothing that would…

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Market Roundup
Dow +189.68 to 17,630.27
S&P +25.61 to 2,093.25
NASDAQ +46.43 to 5,089.21
10-YR Yield +0.02 to 2.25%
Gold -$1.70 to $1,094.90
Oil +$0.42 to $47.81
The “Autopilot Market.” That’s what we’ve had for the past six-plus years. We’ve recovered from every minor stumble. We’ve bounced sharply after every deeper pullback. We’ve hardly seen a 10%+ correction along the…

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Jon Markman
Stocks have stayed largely in reverse gear in the last week following weaker-than-expected earnings reports and a continued rout of commodities, energy stocks and high-yield bonds. When you put all three of those bad boys into one big concept, you get master limited partnerships, which are yieldy plays on energy production bought largely for safety and income. The irony is painful.…

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Market Roundup
Dow -127.84 to 17,440.59
S&P -12.00 to 2,067.65
NASDAQ -48.85 to 5,039.78
10-YR Yield –0.043 to 2.228%
Gold +$7.70 to $1,093.20
Oil -$1.07 to $47.07
I just got back for a week-long cruise with the family. The weather was great, the entertainment was fun and everyone had a fantastic time. The other good thing: No one caught the…

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Martin Weiss
Last week, when Larry Edelson began his video to announce his shocking forecasts for 2015-2020, he created an uproar here at our Weiss Research headquarters. So many people jumped online to watch him that all our servers crashed. Our staff tried frantically to restore them. But it was too late. Our only solution was to send out a letter of…

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