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Global Markets

Wall Street

We're on the Cusp of Repeating the 2008 Financial Crisis

Will Deutsche Bank's downfall cause a crash similar to the 2008 financial crisis?

If it refuses to take a bailout, then yes – it most certainly will.

Here's what's at stake...

China

How to Safely Get Your Share of the Trillions About to Flood China's Markets

The Hangzhou G20 summit was China's coming-out party as a global economic superpower. China's yuan will join the IMF's basket of global reserve currencies next month.

Trillions in institutional money will flood Chinese markets after that. Here's how you can profit.

China

Russia and China Taunt NATO with Show of Friendship in the South China Sea

Russia and China are prepping for joint sea naval drills in the disputed South China Sea.

We believe the move is intended to send a strong signal to NATO...

Global Markets

Fed's Fischer Says Negative Interest Rates "Seem to Work" – He Is Completely Wrong

Negative interest rates seem to be working, according to Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer.

With decades of financial experience, one would assume the Fed vice chair would know what he's talking about.

But are negative interest rates really working? Here's everything you need to know...

Global Markets

Emerging Markets Just Got Red Hot Again

Brazil managed to pull off the 2016 Summer Games, South America's first ever, free of major problems or disruptions.

The same can't be said of the country's politics or its economy, though. Massive budget deficits, rocketing interest rates, and a plunging currency are linked with a widening corruption scandal that's brought down the president of Brazil and spurred violent civic unrest.

That doesn't seem like a likely source of market-beating 44% and 24% gains, but that's exactly what our Brazilian plays have returned over the past 10 months – a time that's seen plenty of global investors run away from the country's 200 million consumers.

Clearly, not every investor is running out on Brazil. In fact, a few of the world's smartest, richest investors are making a beeline for Brazil… along with other, similar markets that offer better diversification, higher yields, and bigger gains.

But you don't have to leave home for profit potential like this. It's really easy to buy...

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...

China

Philippines: China Will Be the "Loser" in South China Sea

The South China Sea dispute got even more heated…

The Philippines' foreign minister just issued a bold warning to China if it ignores The Hague ruling.

Here's what he had to say...

Global Markets

Jim Rogers Sees Future Fortunes in… North Korea

Rogers wants to pour money into North Korea.

Though North Korea is thought of as a bandit nation, Jim Rogers believes it is on the verge of major changes that will supercharge its economy.

Here's why Rogers thinks North Korea today is like China in 1981...

Oil

The Simple Reason Why OPEC Won't Strike a Deal on Oil

Every OPEC member feels the pain of cheap crude – but don't expect an oil deal any time soon.

There's one simple reason why a production cut won't happen...

China

Satellite Images Show China Building Massive Military Hangars in South China Sea

The South China Sea dispute is getting even more controversial.

Now, it appears China is building massive military jet hangars in the area, based upon several satellite images.

And they're near completion...