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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 Dec 09, 2016
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    How to Trade Trump’s Tweets

    I'm getting asked a lot lately... ...is there a way to trade Trump's tweets? Definitely. It's just not what most investors would expect. Profit from Trump's Twitter Love him or hate him, 16.9 million people cannot get enough of "The Donald" on Twitter. Whether that's a good thing or a bad thing is moot. What matters when it comes to your money is very simple - his comments move

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Dec 07, 2016
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    Trump’s Chinese Policy May Be Lots of Things – But Stupid Isn’t One of Them

    Policy insiders and political apparatchiks were aghast when Trump took a congratulatory call from Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-Wen, then tweeted about it. And they couldn't wait to explain the "gaffe." Only it wasn't a gaffe at all. What Trump did was brilliant and potentially very, very profitable. Here's what everybody is missing. No doubt you've seen the headlines. To hear the

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Dec 02, 2016
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    Trump Could Usher In a New “Meiji Moment” Worth Billions

    [Tokyo] - Having rolled off the plane and successfully navigated the wilds of Tokyo's notoriously busy subway system on my way into the city, I made a beeline for my favorite guilty pleasure - the neighborhood sushi shop. And the questions started almost as soon as I sat down elbow to elbow with other patrons... ...what did I make of Trump? ...would he be a "real" president? ...is he

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Nov 30, 2016
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    First Brexit, Now “Quitaly”

    Last June I wrote to you with an urgent message ahead of the "Brexantrum" that wiped $3 trillion from the world's balance sheets in the worst two-day selloff of all time. Now it's time to talk "Quitaly" - an event that could be 3X worse. That's what I'm calling Italy's upcoming referendum on December 4 when millions of Italians are going to vote on what looks to be the most significant

  • Total Wealth Staff Nov 23, 2016
    Why This Rally Longer-Term Will Continue

    Keith explains why a "technical breather" for markets could take place around the holidays, and why the long-term market outlook is so strong regardless.

  • Total Wealth Staff Nov 17, 2016
    Keith – Corporate America Is Already Feeling the “Trump Effect”

    Apple could be bringing manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. - and other companies could be bringing hundreds of billions of dollars in previously lost GDP back to America's shores too as President-Elect Trump prepares to bring them to heel. Here's Keith on what that means for the economy.

  • Total Wealth Staff Nov 16, 2016
    Keith – Investors Still Have Time to Profit From This Trump-Induced Rally

    Traders are taking a breather from the "Trump bump" as they take money off the table - but investors operate under a different playbook. There's a very important distinction in their paths to profit, and there's still time for investors to make their move if they understand this.

  • Total Wealth Staff Nov 14, 2016
    Keith – More Money Headed to This “Trump Growth Rally”

    Keith predicted a rally in the wake of a Trump victory - and with markets now hitting record highs, here's what he sees happening next.

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Nov 11, 2016
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    So, Now What?

    As you might imagine, I've gotten a blizzard of emails this week and they're split almost evenly between those who are elated by Tuesday's election results and those who are despondent. All I can say is, good thing we don't do politics around here! Instead, we do money. And we're very good at it when you think about the dozens of double and triple-digit winners we've uncovered during our

  • Total Wealth Staff Nov 09, 2016
    Keith: Now’s The Perfect Time to Put Your Money to Work

    Knee-jerk market volatility has sent many investors fleeing to the sidelines, but as Keith points out, that decision could cost them. Instead, now is the perfect time to put your money to work. Here's how.

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Nov 08, 2016
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    The One Chart You Need to See Before the Votes Are Tallied

    It's two o'clock in the morning as I write and the winds are howling outside, making it near impossible to sleep. Somehow that's strangely appropriate on Election Day, especially if you understand the implications of what I want to share with you right now. But be warned. This isn't for everybody... ...just investors who want to make gobs of money. Profits Trounce Politics Every Time If

  • Total Wealth Staff Nov 05, 2016
    Why There Could Be a Solid Market Rally If Trump Wins

    Every trader Keith has spoken to has taken money off the table in anticipation of Election Day risk. But sentiment is excessively bearish - always a contrary indicator - and a beautiful setup for a rally could be in the works.

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Nov 04, 2016
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    The Only Investment Decision You Should Make Ahead of Tuesday’s Election

    Millions of investors are understandably consumed by Tuesday's presidential election. They're trying to figure out which sectors and companies will benefit most and how to protect their money... ...if Clinton wins ...if Trump wins Unfortunately, they're making a huge and potentially very expensive mistake, despite the best intentions and despite their well-founded desire to be

  • Total Wealth Staff Nov 02, 2016
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    What If The Unthinkable Happens Wednesday Morning?

    Keith points out that everyone expects a decline in the markets right after the election. But there's another possibility brewing - and the vast majority of investors are totally unprepared.

  • Total Wealth Staff Nov 01, 2016
    Why Markets Are Trailing as Polls Tighten

    All three major indices closed Monday in the red, as a new batch of polls show the presidency’s up for grabs. But the dips aren’t about fear of one candidate over another. Here’s Keith on what’s really driving markets.

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