Why Sears Is Still the Most Dangerous Stock on Wall Street

Keith Fitz-Gerald Jan 13, 2017
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Sears Holding Corp. (NasdaqGS:SHLD) announced a $900 million deal to sell its iconic Craftsman brand to rival tool maker Stanley Black & Decker earlier this week, leading many investors to wonder if it’s time to pony up for a rebound or just hang on.

Neither.

Sears is still the most dangerous stock on Wall Street, and if you own it, you’re gonna get hosed… if you haven’t been already.

Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

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Part Two: Big Changes Will Produce Big Profits for Savvy Investors

Keith Fitz-Gerald Jan 11, 2017
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[The Second of Two Parts] – We set the stage for 2017 in last week’s column with a look at the investing backdrop that will drive profits this year. And, as part of that, we talked briefly about the unseen mental challenge that will trip up most investors who don’t see it coming.

Today we’re going to dive deeper into the strategic implications driving each of our six Unstoppable Trends as well as their relative influence on our strategy in the months ahead.

Why?

For the simple reason that, in recorded history, more billionaires have been created around these six Unstoppable Trends than any other trend not on the list.

Frankly, I’m more excited than I have been in years.

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  • Part Two: Big Changes Will Produce Big Profits for Savvy Investors

    Editor's Note: Today's column is a continuation of Keith's 2017 Outlook, Part One of which can be found here. [The Second of Two Parts] - We set the stage for 2017 in last week's column with a look at the investing backdrop that will drive profits this year. And, as part of that, we talked briefly about the unseen mental challenge that will trip up most investors who don't see it... Continue Reading

  • 2017: Big Changes Will Produce Big Profits for Savvy Investors

    [The First of Two Parts] - When I started Total Wealth, I told my publisher that I wanted plenty of "red meat" - meaning actionable information, insight and, of course, recommendations as opposed to the usual click-bait that runs rampant all over the Internet today and that you see in mainstream news rags. Anything less simply wouldn't be acceptable. Today I want to continue that vein of... Continue Reading