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Already in 2016, at least 28 ISIS terrorist attacks have killed over 1,000 people around the globe.
While most attacks occur in the Middle East, they're not limited to that region. Both Western Europe and the United States have seen their share.
According to FBI Director James Comey, ISIS terrorist attacks are only going to become more frequent and deadly…
At a cybersecurity conference on Wednesday, Comey said that "at some point, there's going to be a terrorist diaspora out of Syria like we've never seen before."
We're already seeing evidence of the vast reach and influence of ISIS. Just look at this breakdown of ISIS terrorist attacks this year:
|Libya||Jan-16||Zliten truck bombing||Suicide truck bombing at a police training camp||60||200+|
|Egypt||Jan-16||2016 Hurghada attack||Stabbing attack targeting foreign tourists at a hotel in Hurghada||0||2|
|Turkey||Jan-16||2016 Istanbul bombing||Suicide bombing targeting tourists in Sultanahmet Square||12||14|
|Indonesia||Jan-16||2016 Jakarta attacks||Suicide bombings and shootout targeting a Starbucks and a police station in central Jakarta. The attacks occurred near the UN offices and several foreign embassies.||4||24|
|Saudi Arabia||Jan-16||Mahasen mosque attack||Suicide bombing and shooting targeting a Shi'a mosque||4||18|
|Syria||Feb-16||February 2016 Homs bombings||Two car bombings in Homs targeting Alawite civilians||57||100+|
|Syria||Feb-16||February 2016 Sayyidah Zaynab bombings||Car bombing and two suicide bombings targeting a Shi'a mosque believed to contain the grave of Muhammad's granddaughter||83||178|
|Turkey||Mar-16||March 2016 Istanbul bombing||A suicide bomber blew up civilians in a busy tourist shop.||4||36|
|Belgium||Mar-16||2016 Brussels bombings||Suicide bombers attacked a metro station and an airport.||32||340|
|Yemen||Mar-16||2016 Aden car bombing||Three suicide car bombings targeting military checkpoints.||26||Dozens|
|Iraq||Mar-16||2016 Iraqi soccer stadium bombings||A suicide bomber detonated a bomb in stadium.||33||78|
|Bangladesh||Apr-16||Murder of Xulhaz Mannan||Xulhaz Mannan, a U.S. embassy employee and the editor of Bangladesh's first LGBT magazine, was axed to death in his apartment along with his friend.||2||0|
|Iraq||Apr-16||April 2016 Baghdad bombing||Two car bombings in Baghdad||38||86|
|Iraq||May-16||Baghdad Bombing||A series of car and truck bombings in the Iraqi capital Baghdad||110||165|
|Iraq||May-16||Real Madrid Fan Club massacre||In two separate incidents, three gunmen and suicide bombers attacked Real Madrid football fans at a café.||28||45|
|Kazakhstan||Jun-16||2016 Aktobe shootings||A group of several dozen terrorists attacked two gun shops and a military base in Aktobe, killing four civilians and three soldiers.||7||40+|
|United States||Jun-16||2016 Orlando nightclub shooting||29-year-old Afghan American Omar Mir Seddique Mateen opened fire on a gay night club in Orlando, taking hostages. He pledged allegiance to ISIL shortly after the attack began.||49||53|
|France||Jun-16||2016 Magnanville stabbing||A militant stabbed a French police officer and his companion.||2||0|
|Turkey||Jun-16||Atatürk Airport attack||Three terrorists from former Soviet states opened fire on Atatürk Airport in Istanbul before blowing themselves up.||44||239|
|Bangladesh||Jul-16||2016 Gulshan, Dhaka attack||Five men attacked a café in the Gulshan Thana of Dhaka and took hostages.||23||50|
|Iraq||Jul-16||July 2016 Baghdad bombings||Two bomb attacks in the district of Karrada and the suburb of Sha'ab in Baghdad.||325||225+|
|Saudi Arabia||Jul-16||2016 Medina suicide bombing||A suicide bomber targeted security forces outside a Mosque in Medina. A man blew himself up after police tried to arrest him near the U.S. consulate in Jeddah, and two more bomb attacks occured in Qatif.||7||7|
|France||Jul-16||2016 Nice attack||A truck drove through a crowd celebrating Bastille Dayat the Promenade des Anglais. A terrorist exited the vehicle and opened fire.||84||308|
|Germany||Jul-16||2016 Würzburg train attack||A 17-year-old Afghan refugee seriously injured four people with a knife and an axe on a train near Würzburg in Germany.||0||5|
|Afghanistan||Jul-16||July 2016 Kabul bombing||Two suicide bombers detonated explosive belts on civilians.||80||231+|
|Germany||Jul-16||2016 Ansbach bombing||A Syrian refugee blew himself up near a music festival in Ansbach, where there were about 2,500 people at that moment.||0||15|
|France||Jul-16||2016 Saint-Étienne-du-Rouvray church attack||Priest Jacques Hamel, two nuns, and two worshippers were taken hostage by two men armed with knives in the church during mass. Hamel was killed.||1||3|
|Syria||Jul-16||2016 al-Qamishli bombing||Two explosions in Qamishli, Syria, killed at least 44 people and wounded over 100 people.||44+||100+|
The Best Way to Safeguard Your Retirement Against ISIS-Created Market Turbulence
With the amount of mayhem being generated by ISIS in 2016, many investors are justifiably nervous. They want to make sure their retirement savings will be able to withstand global terror.
Our Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald has a simple message for readers:
"Whatever we wish would be the case, war, terrorism, and ugliness are not going to go away any time soon. Unfortunately, all three are 'growth industries' at the moment, and that means every investor needs to understand how to navigate his or her money through a world that will be increasingly shaped by terrorism."
As an investor, you have to confront terrorism head-on if you want to safeguard and build your wealth.
You can start this process now by checking out Fitz-Gerald's guide on how terrorism affects the markets. As a bonus, he also gives away to readers one of the best terrorism-resistant stocks to buy.
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