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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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  • Total Wealth Staff Jul 11, 2016
    What’s Driving Traders to U.S. Markets?

    With ‪stocks at record highs and interest rates at record lows, is America a safe haven for global investors, or just the best-looking horse in the glue factory?

  • 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 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 Jun 24, 2016
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    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.

  • Total Wealth Staff Jun 20, 2016
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    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
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    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

  • Total Wealth Staff Jun 13, 2016
    Strength In Spite of Terrorism

    Keith appeared on FOX Business' Varney & Co. to discuss the resiliency of the American people and stock markets in the wake of the tragic attack in an Orlando nightclub this past weekend. War, Terrorism & Ugliness is unfortunately a growth industry - here's what it will mean for investors as markets adjust to this reality.

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Jun 10, 2016
    12 
    Brexit: Buy the Rumor, Sell the Fact

    The now-legendary George Soros made his mark on history by "breaking" the Bank of England and walking away with a cool $1.5 billion dollars as a hard-nosed hedge fund trader back in September 1992. He did it by shorting the sterling pound in a move that ultimately cost the U.K. treasury more than £3.4 billion and threw global markets into complete chaos. But that's nothing compared to the

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Jun 07, 2016
    Why Apple’s Still Heading to $200/Share

    Apple's a long ways from its all-time high of $133/share - but that's because the vast majority of investors don't realize what CEO Tim Cook is doing. Apple's no longer just a device-driven company - and in a matter of months, Wall Street won't be able to ignore that fact.

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Jun 03, 2016
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    Why No Amount of Litigation Can Upend Exxon

    Activist Kenny Bruno thinks he has a plan to destroy Exxon. In a January 2016 meeting attended by fellow activists and heavyweight trial lawyers like Matt Pawa, who last year extracted a $236 million verdict from the oil giant, the veteran environmental crusader laid out his precisely-crafted mission to starve the $365 billion company of resources, influence, and ultimately, any meaningful

  • Total Wealth Staff Jun 03, 2016
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    This Jobs Report Stat Threatens to Make Us a Nation of Burger Flippers

    Friday's jobs report was terrible, to put it simply. But there's a statistic that's far more ominous than the meager 38,000 jobs created nationwide for the month of May - and the "part-timeification" of America's economy could pick up speed as a result.

  • Total Wealth Staff Jun 02, 2016
    What the Fight Over Handouts Means for November

    Elections in America used to be about promise - about which candidate could help the country realize its potential. Now, the debate's increasingly about which candidate is least likely to interfere with handouts. Here's Keith's take on what that means. //

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald May 25, 2016
    5 
    No Kidding-Hope Is Not a Viable Investment Strategy for Twitter

    I just about fell out of bed this morning when I rolled over to scan the first of hundreds of headlines I look at when my day starts, and saw this from IBTimes: ..."Hope Is Not A Strategy" For Twitter Not that I'm surprised somebody else finally caught on and called the one-time media darling for what it is, only that it's taken so long for everybody to glom on to what we've been discussing

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