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Market Crash

Are We in a Stock Market Bubble Now?

Stocks have been on a record-breaking tear this year, but after seven-and-a-half years of growth, many wonder if we are approaching a stock market bubble.

If we are in a stock market bubble, then a stock market crash might not be too far away…

That's why we want to help investors prepare for a market correction. Before we do, this is how to identify a stock market bubble and why it's important to know...


The 1929 Stock Market Crash Versus Today

As the current seven-year bull market rages on, we've found some startling comparisons between the market now and the market of 1929.

That's why we're analyzing the 1929 stock market crash versus today and pointing out some of the major warning signs we've found…

While there are some key differences between the two periods, we want to remind investors to be prepared for a market crash, especially when the Dow is breaking record highs again...


How to Prepare for a Stock Market Crash

Knowing how to prepare for a stock market crash is a necessity for investors today. With the Fed set to raise interest rates this year, the stock market bubble could pop sooner rather than later.

But prepared investors can not only protect their money, but also profit during a market crash.

We'll show you how to prepare for a stock market crash with proven strategies, including a play that saw gains of 32% during the 2008 crash...


How to Profit from Every Major World Currency… Before Central Bankers Kill Them

By my count, there are no less than 180 currencies circulating as legal tender in the world today. There are several dozen alternative and digital currencies in play, although how useful they are remains debatable.

But for the time being, just five currencies – the Big Five – fuel the global economy. They are, in order: gold (anyone who tells you gold is a commodity and not a currency is an idiot – probably a dangerous one, like Ben Bernanke);

  • gold (anyone who tells you gold is a commodity and not a currency is an idiot – probably a dangerous one, like Ben Bernanke);
  • the U.S. dollar;
  • the euro;
  • the Chinese yuan; and
  • the Japanese yen.

These are different currencies, of course, but no currency is an island unto itself; nothing operates in isolation. Each of these currencies impacts and pressures the others, along with a whole host of "minor player" currencies, like the Australian dollar or Swiss franc. 

I won't sugarcoat this: In the long view, central bankers run amok will eventually succeed in their collective Don Quixote-like quest of destroying the value of paper money, leaving gold as the only currency left standing – or worth owning.

Until that day (which just might get here sooner than you think), these currencies will go up and down relative to one another in a kind of domino effect.

And that's precisely where the most profitable trades are...