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Eurozone

Apple

The EU Apple Taxes Ruling: What Everybody's Missing

The European Commission ruling on Apple taxes demanding a $14.5 billion payment sounds more ominous than it is.

For one thing, Apple intends to appeal, which will take years to resolve.

But there's another reason AAPL investors have little to fear from this ruling regarding Apple taxes.

Here's why Apple will suffer minimal consequences no matter what happens...

Energy

Why Brexit Is Hiking UK Power Prices – and the Worst Is Yet to Come

Post-Brexit, the pound has fallen to 30-year lows.

And this dramatic decline has prompted a major change in the UK energy sector that will have dire consequences for British consumers...

Stocks

DB Stock Is Headed Down to $5 – Here Are My New Put Recommendations

DB stock has fallen more than 40% year to date. Between Brexit, debt, and scandal, our expert forecasts even greater losses ahead.

He also sees this short opportunity - it has the potential to triple your money...

Gold

Gold Price Forecast 2016: Where Prices Head from Here

Gold prices are outperforming the broader markets in 2016 and are already up more than 26% since the start of the year.

But our gold price forecast for 2016 shows even more gains ahead.

Here's everything you need to know about investing in gold in 2016...

global markets

The Brexit Handed Europe Its "Bear Stearns Moment"

Brits voting on June 23, 2016, to exit the European Union wasn't a "Lehman Brothers moment" despite what you may have heard.

Sure enough, from June 24 through June 27, global equity markets bled out $3 trillion – the Dow Jones Industrials alone fell almost 5%.

But of course the markets have bounced back, with the Dow up 4.5% at the holiday weekend; American equity benchmarks are within a couple of points of their all-time highs; if history is any guide (and it is), they're likely to go a lot higher.

So, it's safe to get back into stocks, right?

Well… yes and no. There is a massive reckoning coming for Europe and American companies with exposure there. Only the best will come out unscathed.

But, for the biggest profits, I'm going to show you some smart plays I'm recommending right now – one of the trades turned in 242% in gains.

It could easily do so all over again. Let me show you what's coming...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Finishes Best Week of 2016 on Brexit Optimism

The Dow Jones Industrial Average just capped off its best week of 2016 so far.

And there are a number of soaring sectors that fueled the rally.

Here's everything you need to know about the stock market today, July 1...

Stocks

The Two Best Tech Stocks to Buy Now After Brexit

While everyone else panicked, Money Morning searched for the best stocks to buy after Brexit.

And we found two tech stocks trading at a massive discount.

In fact, one of these stocks could net you gains as much as 118% in the next for years. Learn more about these amazing finds right here...

Oil

What Big Banks Won't Tell You About Their Oil Price "Forecasts"

Following last week's Brexit outcome, the big banks are now bullish on oil prices – a reversal of their position just a few weeks ago.

Here's why these banking behemoths changed their minds - and why you can never trust their "forecasts"...

Global Markets

European Union Collapse Imminent If These 2 Ticking Time Bombs Explode

With the Brexit vote passing, many are starting to wonder about a European Union collapse.

Already, other member states are talking about having their own stay/leave referendums.

But some believe the EU could even collapse without these votes.

Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani cites two big signals the EU could collapse.

Here's what he had to say...

Global Markets

Why the Brexit Vote Isn't Doomsday for the UK

The Brexit vote stunned markets around the world and sparked countless predictions of economic doom for the UK. Don't believe it.

In reality, Brexit will inflict minimal harm on the UK economy while unleashing several new opportunities. You see, Britain has multiple key advantages that will both prevent an economic calamity and stimulate new economic activity.

Here's why a post-Brexit UK will thrive...