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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: Featured Tactics

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  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Oct 08, 2014
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    The One Investing Tactic You Should NEVER Use

    My mission and vision with Total Wealth is to help you uncover tremendous wealth-building opportunities through our six unstoppable trends, maximize your profits with the best trading tactics, and (perhaps most importantly) protect what you have. Today I want to keep that promise by talking about tactics. Many investors think they have this covered but, in reality, the savviest investors

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Oct 06, 2014
    7 
    Change Your Tactics on EKSO to Keep Ahead of Wall Street

    Dear Total Wealth Investor, Most investors operate in "set it and forget it" mode. They buy a stock and then just let it ride. That's a mistake. Either the markets will change over time, in which case you've got to re-evaluate your objectives, or - as is frequently the case with small, innovative companies - the company itself changes, in which case you've got to adapt your tactics to

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Mar 25, 2014
    This Has Been Making Investors Rich for 140 Years

    People are viewing the end of stimulus as a sunset. "My, what a wonderful day we've had," they say. What they should be doing is investing for tomorrow's dawn - the turmoil we're seeing now as part of Yellen's arrival is actually par for the course. It's also a great time to lock your sights on four companies that will lead the way when the smoke clears... The Federal Reserve Transition Is

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Mar 25, 2014
    1 
    Double Your Opportunities for Profit

    In their effort to capture all the profit they can, many investors focus exclusively on buying stocks. That's too bad because it means they're missing out on half the profits - literally. I say that because the markets move in two directions - up and down - which means there's plenty of profits to be had in both directions. George Soros, for example, made a cool $1 billion in a single trade

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