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Peak Oil - New Crash Course Chapter is Posted

A quick note to let you know that a NEW Crash Course chapter on Peak Oil is up on the site.  This is some of my best work to date, which comes at a good time because this is an exceptionally important topic.

As always, a special THANK YOU to subscribers - without your support I could not do what I do.

Link to Chapter 17a - Peak Oil » Read more

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Financial Distress - Bank Weakness Suggest Urgent Problem

Hello.

First, please read this report as soon as you can especially if you have accounts with a weak bank(s) or would regret the impact of a stock market decline.

Second, I will be giving a seminar in
Northampton MA on Tuesday, July 1st from 7-9 pm at the Media Education
Foundation located at 60 Masonic Street. It will be limited to the
first 30 registrants. The seminar will be free and will cover the basic
material of the crash course. If you wish to attend just let me know by
email

Third, based on your responses I will
return to commenting on the news items. I wasn't sure if they were
being read and appreciated, but now I know they were. Thank you for the
feedback everyone.

Finally, I am back to working on the Crash Course and plan to have the next installment in place by Sunday afternoon.

Thank you, and please read this report! » Read more

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Charting a Course: Navigating the Recession

[Note: Due to a technical snafu, 50 of you received this newsletter but more than a 1000 did not. I have to resend to the whole list. If you've already received it, my apologies.]

Hello.

I am constantly working on the site, a book, the Crash Course , and, of course, scanning and analyzing the news which I post under the Breaking News section of the site.

Below is the latest Martenson Report
which emerged following a recent experience I had where I participated
in a broker-led portfolio management concall. Suffice it to say that my
outlook and conclusions were completely at variance with theirs and I
thought some of you would benefit from a structured list of my thoughts
and rationales about where we are and where I see financial assets
headed over the next couple of years.

All the best,
Chris Martenson

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Charting a Course - Navigating the Next Few Years

Hello.

I am constantly working on the site, a book, the Crash Course , and, of course, scanning and analyzing the news which I post under the Breaking News section of the site.

Below is the latest Martenson Report
which emerged following a recent experience I had where I participated
in a broker-led portfolio management concall. Suffice it to say that my
outlook and conclusions were completely at variance with theirs and I
thought some of you would benefit from a structured list of my thoughts
and rationales about where we are and where I see financial assets
headed over the next couple of years.

All the best,
Chris Martenson

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Charting a Course Through the Recession

Hello.

I am constantly working on the site, a book, the Crash Course , and, of course, scanning and analyzing the news which I post under the Breaking News section of the site.

New Crash Course - Chapter 13


This chapter deals with a profound failure to save that exists top-to-bottom in American culture and will shape our future for decades to come.

Come and see it by
clicking this link.
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How Safe are FDIC Insured Bank Accounts?


Greetings!

The latest Martenson Report entitled "How Safe is My FDIC Insured Bank Account?" is now available for your viewing.

To read it, just click on this link. » Read more

STAY CURRENT

Events are now breaking faster and faster, as we enter a phase of profound uncertainty. Keeping abreast of current news can provide you with an important edge by keeping you one step ahead.

How this site will save you time:

What I will do for you is scan dozens and dozens of websites and news sources on a daily basis, seeking anything that could help you understand what is happening and why, so that you don't have to do this yourself.

  • I will spend many hours a day at this task.
  • Usually I will post these findings to my Blog, with commentary.
  • Other times, I will send out these findings as an Alert to paid subscribers.

It's better to be a year (or even a month) early, than a day late.

As anyone who has ever been in a hurricane zone can tell you, being even an hour late to the store once the alert goes out can make a world of difference.

By combining your personal actions with a strategy for staying current, you can significantly enhance your financial and personal opportunities, while reducing risk.