Your First Move in 2020

Keith Fitz-Gerald Jan 04, 2020

I’m really excited to start this year with a bang because I think it could be our best year ever.

That’s a tall statement considering the number of winning investment ideas we’ve uncovered together right here in Total Wealth and in our paid sister publications like the Money Map Report, High Velocity Profits, High Velocity Windfalls, and, of course, Straight Line Profits.

Anybody following along as directed has had the opportunity to collect fabulous profits on some of the world’s best known companies – including Match Group Inc. (NasdaqGS:MTCH) (142.86%), Leidos Holdings Inc. (NYSE:LDOS) (319.23%), Adobe Systems Inc. (NasdaqGS:ADBE) (200.00%) and Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp. (NYSE:BAH) (202.44%) – while also profiting from some of the unknowns that elude most folks – including Pinduoduo Inc. (NasdaqGS:PDD) (153.85%) and Invesco Solar ETF (NYSEArca:TAN) (165.55%).

Anybody following along as directed has had the opportunity to collect fabulous profits on some of the world’s best-known companies while also profiting from some of the unknowns that elude most folks.

I am particularly proud that we can talk about such great winners at such a complex time in our history. Between the trade wars, political divisiveness, and slowing earnings, it’d be easy not to invest!! Yet, love him or hate him, the markets have tacked on a staggering $17.5 trillion under President Trump.

The S&P 500 alone has run up more than 50% during his tenure, more than double the average market returns of any president three years into his term. What’s more, the S&P 500 has to tack on only about 6% in 2020 to beat the average presidential pop.

That’s one helluva run no matter which way you cut it or what your political stripes!

Will it continue?

That’s by far the number one question I’m getting right now.

Key Takeaways:

  1. The single most important move you can make is being “in to win” in 2020 and this one tactic can help you do that… in only a few minutes.
  2. Most investors plan for the worse and never obtain the best, but planning for the best and protecting against the worst is the key to consistent profits.
  3. Maximize profits and minimize risk by rebalancing, something 99% of investors fail to grasp (sadly, with predictable results).

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