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Inside This Issue: ‘It Can’t Climb Forever’

Inside This Issue: ‘It Can’t Climb Forever’


The U.S. is currently in the midst of the longest-running bull market in history… So why did we put a bear on this month’s magazine cover? Because it can’t climb forever. And the best time to prepare financially is on the way up, not on the way down…

Frequent American Consequences contributors Dr. David Eifrig and Dr. Steve Sjuggerud help us prepare with The Bear Market Almanac and ‘Melt Up’ Opportunities Are Knocking.

It’s all in your latest issue of P.J. O’Rourke’s American Consequences.

Editor-in-Chief P.J. O’Rourke kicks things off with an un-flinching look at Elizabeth Warren’s campaign platform.

Technical analyst Greg Diamond, CMT, offers an intriguing look at similarities between the stock market in 1929 and today

(trouble could be on the horizon).

Journalist John Stossel tackles the controversial minimum-wage debate

Americans are spending more on taxes than food, clothing, and health care combined. CNSnews chief Terence P. Jeffrey details this disparity.

Economist Nouriel Roubini examines four crisis collision courses for the global economy and former prime minister of Australia Kevin Rudd takes on the question can the U.S. and China make a deal?

Investing writer Kim Iskyan tells us about his boots-on-the-ground research in Argentina, and why there’s opportunity in crisis…

Political analyst Salena Zito highlights some small businesses and reminds us that the forces we thought were ripping us apart, haven’t

And for this month’s Final Word, Executive Editor Buck Sexton delves into what a 14th-century monk can teach us about impeachment.

We’ve uploaded a PDF suitable for printing to our archive page.

And tell us what you think at [email protected].


Steven Longenecker
Publisher, American Consequences