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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Like millions of people around the world, I woke up to news that a U.S. airstrike had taken out Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani last Friday.
My thoughts immediately turned to your money.
The world’s financial markets have been relatively calm in the days since, but I don’t expect that to remain the situation for long.
Iran will strike back.
The only question is whether or not YOU and your money will be ready.
FANG stocks were stocks you couldn’t afford NOT to own for years. There was, as we have discussed many times, simply no reason to leave ’em behind.
It’s a different story now, though.
Two of the four original FANG stocks are likely to fall precipitously next year if not fail outright within the next five years.
You’ve got to reshuffle the proverbial deck if you want to stay in the hunt for big profits. And, you want to start by investing in a group of very special companies that pay YOU to buy their stock.
I call ’em the “Big A’s.”
Most investors think they have this covered but let me tell you something … they’re deluding themselves.
The stocks I am about to share with you could return 5X the broader markets over the next five years. What’s more, they could account for more than 50% of all stock market gains in the next decade.
Let’s talk about them now.
When I began Total Wealth Research, I highlighted six Unstoppable Trends – each of which is backed by trillions of dollars – and promised that we’d check in on them from time to time in the pursuit of profits.
Today, I want to keep that promise.
It’s been a while since we focused in on the Unstoppable Trends as a whole. More often than not, we talk about one or two of them regarding a potentially profitable play due to recent market activity.
But, what I want to talk to you about today is much broader.
You see, not only are all the Unstoppable Trends intact, many are actually getting even stronger. That means the companies we’ve been following are also getting stronger.
The best example of this is Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL). I told you last year that this company would double by 2020. It’s already rallied 63.29% on the year, well on its way to what could be a fully realized 100% gain by the end.
It’s beating the S&P by an astounding 2.9X.
I talked about this a lot last week, and you can read that article by clicking here. But today, I’m going past just the big tech stocks. We’re going to talk about all six of our Unstoppable Trends. And let me tell you, I’ve even made a point that every dollar you make in the next 10 years will be on this list.
Thing is, I’m not telling you this to brag. What I want you to understand is that stocks backed by Unstoppable Trends have the potential to dramatically outperform the markets.
And that’s why you need to keep every single one of our trends at the top of your mind… so that you can tap into the potential created by trillions of dollars on the move.
Oct 24, 2019
Amazon’s been drawing in short-term traders, but it’s just noise when it comes to this e-commerce giant. Plus, Keith weighs in on what’s happening with Intel.
Oct 21, 2019
Keith’s compelling argument on Fox Business’s Varney & Co. may surprise you.
Oct 16, 2019
Facebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB) is a wreck.
And Libra – the global cryptocurrency it wants to establish?
Let’s just say it’s a four-letter word that I can’t use in this column. And, leave it at that.
Thankfully, though, there’s another company with digital monetary aspirations you’ll want to own.
It’s bigger, better and well established.
What’s more, the company I’m recommending recorded profits of $16.75 billion last year alone.
Charles Schwab told CNBC earlier this week that he would never buy the money-losing companies going public these days.
Neither would I.
This year’s initial public offerings have been the least profitable of any year since the tech bubble nearly 20 years ago. They’re a sham being foisted upon unsuspecting investors.
WeWork, a media darling that Wall Street loved to talk about, is a particularly egregious example.
The workspace sharing company was supposedly worth $47 billion just prior to pulling its offering according to greedy lawyers, Silicon Valley execs, and angel investors – all of whom were hoping you wouldn’t notice that the math doesn’t add up.
I only wish the company had blown up sooner.
Like millions of Seattleites, I’ve cheered Starbucks Inc. (NasdaqGS:SBUX) on for years.
I’ve watched, cheered, and consumed my fair share of coffee as the company’s grown from the one-room grinding shop where it started in the Pike Place Market to the worldwide brand it is today. And, in return, I’ve always felt that the company valued my business.
In fact, I think there’s a good case to be made that Starbucks “hates” in-store customers like me.
That’ll be bad for unsuspecting stockholders who get caught mid-latte, but great for savvy investors who line up big profits as the price of Starbucks’ shares falls.
Sep 20, 2019
I unknowingly struck a chord with last week’s Weekender when I addressed the surprisingly simple reason money makes people uncomfortable… that it’s not working as hard as you think it is.
“You nailed it,” said Bryan.
“Simple, understandable, and perspective I needed to hear,” remarked Janice.
So, let’s go back to the proverbial well this week with a look at three surprising reasons why investors really fail. Then, we’ll talk about using a few of my favorite Total Wealth Tactics to ensure you don’t repeat their mistakes.
And potentially make a mint, too.
The Dow is off 160 points as I write Monday on fears that higher oil prices will stunt global growth.
The real reason is something far more basic.
Let’s talk about that today and how you can profit.
Millions of investors are focused on the past right now.
That’s a huge disadvantage because it’s the future that matters – both in terms of how we live our lives and how we make our money.
Especially when it comes to how they view current headlines.
I don’t blame ’em, though.
They’ve been brainwashed to believe that life moves because of what’s already happened. So they see the financial markets the same way and, not surprisingly, get stuck in a rut.
That’s too bad, especially right now.
Aug 31, 2019
First there was China, then politics, then rates… a trifecta of sorts at best or even a perfect storm depending on your perspective.It looks like the markets are going to take us for a wild ride – but we aren’t worried. As long as you follow this advice, you’ll be looking at potential profits no matter what. Click here to watch.
Aug 26, 2019
We’re moving forward with China, but not the way you might expect. We’ve made potential deals with France, India, England, and Germany – and China is starting to worry that we don’t need them as much as they think we do. Keith Fitz-Gerald lays out exactly what to expect with China, the stock markets, and the trade tensions in these new developments.
I can’t help but be shaken by what’s happening in Hong Kong, even though U.S. markets have largely shaken off the rioting, chaos, and police action there so far. You see, I recall Tiananmen Square in 1989 vividly and fear that Beijing may be approaching another Tiananmen Square moment.
A 2.0 situation really.
Westerners believe that Beijing won’t risk the reputational hit that goes with armed intervention, but I beg to differ. Nobody thought that in 1989 when protestors took over Tiananmen Square either.
Beijing’s calculus is different for reasons I noted on Fox Business Network’s Varney & Co. this past Wednesday during a special phone interview. Worse, Beijing may prefer violence to the perception of political weakness or territorial rights.
Very few people understand what I am about to tell you… and that’s why it’s absolutely crucial that you pay attention or risk being on the wrong side an opportunity lurking unseen below the surface.
Aug 24, 2019
U.S. markets have shaken off what’s happened in Hong Kong, but that may not be the case for long. These riots may impact your money closer to home, but there’s an easy way to keep your money safe – and keep buying for maximum profit potential. Click here to watch.