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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.

Category: Buying Dips

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  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Mar 09, 2016
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    If You Want an Accurate Financial Forecast, Ask a Waiter

    Many investors really start to study the markets this time of year in an effort to divine what's next for global markets and, by implication, their portfolios.  Corporate earnings, jobless statistics, and the latest Fed machinations all play into the mix. But I prefer to simply head for some of the world's top steak houses like Bobby Van's in New York, the Hawksmoor in London, or the CHAR Bar

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Mar 02, 2016
    5 
    Investors following this strategy could have made at least 425% during the last market downturn

    Fox Business Network host Stuart Varney is as smart as they come, which is why I wasn't surprised in the least that he cut right to the chase Monday morning, asking me within seconds of the market opening: "What specific strategies can our viewers use to make a lot of money really fast in today's markets?" Two things, I replied. You short the weakest companies - meaning you bet on them

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Oct 07, 2015
    15 
    VW: Don’t Go Bottom Fishing Yet

    Preconditioned to "buy the dips" and capitalize on special situations, millions of investors have picked up shares in Volkswagen with the hope of making a killing on the rebound. I think that's a mistake. No doubt special situations can create huge profits, but what's happening now with VW is very different and poses special risks other "turnarounds" don't. We're going to talk about that

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Sep 18, 2015
    18 
    The #1 Reason to Love a Government Shutdown – Double-Digit Profits

    Sigh... we stand yet again on the verge of another government shutdown. This time the bickering centers on funding related to Planned Parenthood which has been linked to the appalling sales of fetal body parts in recent months, while other legislators insist on a planned multi-billion dollar tax hike for private equity managers. What could possibly go wrong - other than everything?! The way

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Aug 21, 2015
    33 
    Three Ways to Profit from a Market Correction

    When I started Total Wealth I promised you that it would be a two-way street, meaning that information would flow both directions - from me to you and from you to me. Today I want keep that promise by answering a question from J. Stockhausen that's on a lot of people's mind at the moment... ...will the markets "crash" and what investments can you use to take advantage of the chaos? It's

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Aug 05, 2015
    27 
    Apple’s Down Five Days in a Row: Here’s What to Do Now

    Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL) lost another 3.2% yesterday on more than double the usual volume, making many investors wonder if it's time to throw in the proverbial towel. It finished the day down 14% from the $133 a share high it set in February, and paper losses now tally $133.4 billion. To put that in perspective, Apple's just lost more than McDonald's, which carries a $95 billion market cap,

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Jul 15, 2015
    9 
    These Left-for-Dead “Income Machines” Have Never Been More Promising

    Faced with the prospect of an imminent rate hike, many investors have given up on real estate investment trusts (REITs), mistakenly assuming that they'll underperform as the cost of money goes up. I can't think of a more expensive mistake. Contrary to what a lot of people believe, REITs have historically done well when the cost of money is increasing. Between 1994 and 2013, for example,

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald May 08, 2015
    25 
    Get Your Tactics Ready to Profit from This Supreme Healthcare Event

    Love it or hate it, the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, is one of the biggest single wealth creation opportunities of the next 50 years. But you can't just pile in like many investors have. That's a recipe for disaster. The biggest profits will belong - like they always do - to those who make a "smart entry." Fortunately, this isn't difficult. The entire sector is tailor-made for one of

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Apr 29, 2015
    16 
    The Total Wealth Tactic That Makes Analyst Expectations YOUR Secret Weapon

    Apple's most recent earnings were nothing short of spectacular, and the headlines reflected that: ... Apple Beats Estimates on Soaring iPhone Sales - The Street ... Apple Beats Estimates with $10.2 Billion in Profit - Appleinsider.com ... Apple Crushes iPhone Estimates, Boosts Buybacks - CNBC What they should have said is "Analysts Got It Wrong Again." We've talked in the past

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