Welcome to another episode of Money and Markets, Originally aired on http://www.weissmoneynetwork.com. This week on Money and Markets, we shine a light on what may be the biggest threat the U.S. economy faces — deflation. Why is it so dangerous? How can it affect your investments? And how can investors protect themselves? All of these questions will be addressed as Mike Larson — editor of Crisis Opportunity Speculator — points out the economic and market-based signals that are already warning of deflation, and lays out a strategy for beating it. Then, Tony Sagami — editor of Asia Stock Alert — presents a frightening object lesson for the U.S. economy: Japan, which has been battling deflation for two decades. Next, a roundtable of asset managers — including Mike Burnick, director of research and client communications, Weiss Capital Management; John Browne, senior market strategist, Euro Pacific Capital; and Sherman Goodrich, vice president, Franklin Templeton Investments — tells us how they're putting that strategy into action.
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