Archives

Editor’s Note: As Chief Investment Strategist of Total Wealth, Keith believes in making his track record of recommendations easily accessible to all readers within seconds – and that’s why he’s compiled an Archives page. Here you’ll find links to every Total Wealth article Keith has published since Total Wealth’s creation on October 2, 2014, posted in reverse chronological order.

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  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Jul 06, 2016
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    Ekso’s “Monster” Moment is Right Around The Corner

    The "Brexantrum" rocked global markets last week and, as you might expect, I was bombarded by all kinds of questions related to why, how, and what to make of it. Surprisingly, though, our customer service teams also reported an uptick in questions related to Ekso Bionics (OTC:EKSO), our favorite Human Augmentation play. That's great because it means you're paying attention to both the markets

  • Total Wealth Staff Jul 06, 2016
    Three Essential Tactics for Finding Value in a Post-Brexit Market

    Keith makes an appearance on CNBC World to discuss how investors can find value and secure their money in today's markets, even when global institutions are warning of financial apocalypse.

  • Total Wealth Staff Jul 05, 2016
    The Psychology Behind Brexit’s Domino Effect

    As the fallout from the Brexit referendum continues to bleed into U.S. markets, investors must recover from emotional, knee-jerk reactions and instead, align their money with more logical (and profitable) strategies.

  • Total Wealth Staff Jul 01, 2016
    Three “Brexit-Proof” Sectors You Can Still Trust

    Britain's split from the EU was an economic event for politicians, not investors. Instead, it's time to concentrate on what you know, and stick with companies that'll still be here - Brexit or no Brexit.  

     

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Jul 01, 2016
    4 
    How to Beat Wall Street At Its Own Game

    Conventional wisdom holds that Wall Street is rigged to favor the big traders, and that you'll never win. The implication, of course, is why even try? I've never believed that, and you shouldn't either. In reality, there are plenty of savvy investors who beat Wall Street at its own game consistently, including Sir John Templeton, the legendary Jim Rogers, Stanley Druckenmiller, and

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Jun 29, 2016
    6 
    Do This Today and You’ll Be Ready to Take on the Next “Brexantrum”

    A small measure of stability has returned to markets early this week after a "Brexantrum" that wiped $3 trillion from the world's balance sheets in the worst two-day selloff of all time. Many investors are understandably nervous about what's next. Don't be. Chances are, the Brexit is probably not the first financial temper tantrum you've lived through, nor will it be the last. Getting

  • Total Wealth Staff Jun 28, 2016
    2 
    Keith’s Live Q&A

    Special Event: Keith went live on Facebook to discuss the current markets and answer pressing questions from viewers. Our Chief Investment Strategist covers post-Brexit opportunities, what will happen in the E.U. and, most importantly, what it all means for your money.

  • Total Wealth Staff Jun 27, 2016
    Why “Brexit” Is a Vote for Capitalism

    Markets are seeing a dramatic selloff - but that was entirely predictable because the traders who drove it never had a choice after the leverage they've taken. The market pushback is essentially a global margin call - and that's an environment to scoop up shares in companies the world will never stop needing. //

  • Total Wealth Staff Jun 27, 2016
    Four Companies to Buy On Discount Thanks to Brexit

    Friday's $2 trillion selloff was the most money lost in markets on any day in history - but Keith appeared on Varney to explain why there's no reason to despair. Quite the opposite - if you understand why pricing power will equal profits down the road, it doesn't matter if you're a little early to a party. You'll still have a great time as an investor.

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Jun 24, 2016
    10 
    Special Message on Brexit – Capture Profits Today

    On June 10, I told you how to play the Brexit and gave you a couple investment recommendations based on a very simple premise: you buy the rumor, sell the fact. And I told you that the real opportunities were often found on the back pages, not the world's front pages. Obviously the event we were preparing for - the Brexit - is now front page news on every major news outlet in the

  • Total Wealth Staff Jun 24, 2016
    2 
    What To Do After Friday’s Brexit Market Rout

    The market aftermath of Britain's "Brexit" vote was brutal, with the Dow and S&P 500 each shedding more than 3% of their value. But the misery wasn't spread evenly across sectors and companies - and the upside won't be, either. Here's Keith explaining how to pinpoint the opportunity in Friday's chaos.

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Jun 22, 2016
    43 
    5 Rules to Follow Next Time You’re Tempted To Believe A Permabear

    Today's column will contain some of the most valuable investing advice you'll ever read. But, be forewarned. You won't see this anywhere else. What I have to say is much more direct...blunt even. I've chosen to publish this column today because I want every investor who reads it to have a fighting chance in the months ahead at a time when the headlines are hopelessly negative and running

  • Total Wealth Staff Jun 20, 2016
    1 
    Where Apple Stumbles in Mixing Profits with Politics

    With news that Apple plans to boycott a major party convention this year, Keith appeared to answer a question that investors have to be wondering: Is Apple making a statement at the expense of shareholders?

  • Total Wealth Staff Jun 20, 2016
    Where Markets Could Go On Britain’s “Brexit” Vote

    The "Brexit vote" that's rattled traders is approaching this Thursday, and Keith has followed the IMF's latest electoral push to uncover exactly where the money is.

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Jun 17, 2016
    7 
    How to Tell When a Stock Up 1,000% Could Still Quadruple Your Money

    I get one question more than any other at the moment... ...XYZ has already had a huge run up - should I buy it? The fear, of course, is that the stock they want to buy has already had a huge run up and is going to tank immediately after they plunk down their money. I know - I've thought the same thing plenty of times over the years, too. It's easy to think that many "expensive" stocks

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