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  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Dec 27, 2019
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    How to Buy More Stock Without Spending More Money

    Many investors have convinced themselves that the bull market is over all, but in name only. They’re just looking for an excuse to sell and heading for the sidelines using even the slightest market drop as justification for their actions.

    I can’t think of a worse mistake, especially during a holiday week like this one.

    What they don’t realize is that there are all kinds of ways to hedge volatility these days.

    No investor need fear a bear market – let alone suffer the ravages of getting financially mauled.

    There are all kinds of ways to run flat or down markets to your advantage if you are properly prepared and have the right perspective along with a firm grasp on the right Total Wealth Tactics.

    So far we’ve talked about specific Total Wealth Tactics like LowBall Orders, which you can use to buy the stock you want at exactly the price you’re prepared to pay – ideally at a huge discount. We’ve also covered Position Sizing as a means of limiting risk before you place a trade, Trailing Stops to protect your capital once you’re “in” and Free Trades to help you maximize profits when it’s time to sell.

    Today, I want to introduce a new wrinkle.

    I want to show you how to buy more stock without spending more money…

    It’s a simple, easy-to-use tactic that’s ideally suited for current market conditions and one that, best of all, one that could lead to profits of 2,426% or more. That’s enough to turn every $10,000 into a jaw-dropping $252,600 if stay on “to the buzzer” – an old bull riding rodeo analogy meaning you stay on the bull’s back for the full 8-second ride.

    As always, I’ve got a few examples and stocks that can help you put what you learn today into action immediately

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Dec 24, 2019
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    How to Find Your Inner “Mimi” (and Big Profit Potential) This Christmas

    Have you been “naughty” or “nice” this year? Or perhaps, like me, a little bit of both – wink-wink!

    Anyway, I just wanted to take a quick moment to wish you and your loved ones a Merry Christmas!

    This is always a special time of year for me – and not just because of the holidays either.

    Christmas, you see, actually started my investment career.

  • Total Wealth Staff Dec 23, 2019
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    The Dow’s Next Milestone

    Will the Dow hit 29,000 or even 30,000 before year-end? Chief Investment Strategist at Money Morning and market expert Keith Fitz-Gerald says that those levels are not entirely out of reach… and here’s exactly why.

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  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Dec 21, 2019
    The REAL Secret to Maximizing Profits in 2020

    Have you ever noticed how Wall Street tries to build the buzz before major market turning points? First, there’s the barrage of headlines about why this company or that is the next best thing since sliced bread or canned beer. …

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  • Total Wealth Staff Dec 21, 2019
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    Weekend Edition: The Real Secret to Maximizing Profits in 2020

    Have you ever noticed how Wall Street tries to build the buzz before major market turning points?It’s a carefully crafted “dance” designed to separate you from your money – you don’t have to fall victim to Wall Street’s games.

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  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Dec 20, 2019
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    The Perfect Strategy for Markets that are A Single Headline or Tweet Away from Disaster

    The markets seem determined to “melt-up” and, not surprisingly, many investors are worried about a year-end correction. Things seems just one tweet or headline away from disaster on a daily basis.

    In fact, I’m getting a lot of questions about that right now.

    Rightfully so.

    Last December was brutal with the S&P 500 falling 14.82% in only 24 days, and the Dow getting shellacked to the tune of 15.43% and 1,284.33 points over the same time frame. Damn near anybody who went bottom-fishing got separated from their money.

    Thing is… that didn’t have to happen!

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Dec 18, 2019
    5 End-of-Year Strategies You’ll Want to Implement Immediately

    Before we get rolling today, I’ve got some great news.

    The S&P 500 is up a staggering 27.40% year-to-date and that means you’re sitting on some truly impressive gains if you’ve been following along as directed here in Total Wealth.

    What’s more, subscribers to my paid sister services have had the opportunity to do considerably better with 98 triple-digit winners in the Money Map Report, High Velocity Profits, or High Velocity Windfalls, and Straight Line Profits up for grabs for anybody following along as directed.

    The problem is that you could lose some or all of those gains if you’re not careful.

    To taxes.

    I don’t want to see that happen obviously.

    You’ve worked hard to invest well and, according to the tax code, you have a legal obligation to pay as little as possible to Uncle Sam. By making yourself “tax efficient.”

    Here are 5 strategies to implement before December 31, 2019

  • Total Wealth Staff Dec 16, 2019
    Dow 30,000 by Year End… Not as Crazy as It Sounds!

    Dow 30,000 by year end seems outrageous – but then again, so has this year’s market melt- up (which, if you recall, Keith also predicted last December, when most investors thought it was going into a freefall.) Plus, why this is Boeing’s “do or die moment.” Click here to watch!

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Dec 14, 2019
    Why You Need (More Than One) Sunday Pitch in Your Portfolio

    Let me ask you something.

    Do you have a “Sunday Pitch” in your portfolio?

    You should have at least one – preferably several – or you’re going to feel pretty silly for letting some huge profit potential slip through your fingers this time next year.

    A “Sunday Pitch” is an old baseball expression meaning a pitch so clearly thrown, so anticipated and so properly delivered that the batter – i.e. YOU – can knock it out of the park with little effort. My grandfather – who actually played ball in the 1930s – used it any time he spotted huge profit potential.

    He’s long since passed away but I hear his voice in my head every time I come across an investing opportunity with that kind of potential.

    Which brings me to…

  • Total Wealth Staff Dec 14, 2019
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    Weekend Edition: Why You Need (More Than One) Sunday Pitch in Your Portfolio

    A “Sunday Pitch” is an old baseball expression meaning a pitch so clearly thrown, so anticipated and so properly delivered that the batter – i.e. YOU – can knock it out of the park with little effort. My grandfather – who actually played ball in the 1930s – used it any time he spotted huge profit potential. Click here to watch!

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Dec 13, 2019
    No Matter How Bad It Looks, Never Believe a Permabear

    Today’s column will contain some of the most valuable investing advice you’ll ever read. But be forewarned. You won’t see this anywhere else. What I have to say is direct… blunt even. I’ve chosen to publish this column today because …

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  • Total Wealth Staff Dec 12, 2019
    This Rally is Only Going One Place…Higher!

    When Stuart Varney asked if this rally had legs, Keith was ready with his answer: absolutely. The fear of missing out (on profit opportunities) combined with capital sitting on the sidelines is the recipe for a rally. Plus, how international affairs WON’T affect the rally.

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  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Dec 11, 2019
    How to Invest (and Trade) Through a Christmas “Crash”

    The S&P500 has tacked on a remarkable 25.16% so far this year yet many investors are acting as if the “other” shoe is going to drop just like it did last year right around this time.

    Honestly, that’s a fair concern.

    The markets have been a one-way train higher since January 2019. The S&P 500, for example, has put in over 15 new record highs over the past 12 months.

    The known risks – political instability, Chinese trade, regulatory changes, signs of a global slowdown – are all well understood. It’s the unknown that’ll get you every time.

    Wall Street would have you believe that the most effective way to hedge against unknown market risk is to diversify your portfolio.

    The theory is pretty elegant – or at least it’s supposed to be.

    Spread your money around, they say, and, in doing so, you’ll reduce your risk, because “everything can’t possibly go down at once.”

    Problem is… that’s a load of self-serving hooey.

    Today’s markets are more correlated than they’ve ever been, thanks to a witches’ brew of computerized trading, exchange-traded funds – ETF’s for short – and leverage.

    You’ve got to do something different if you want to get ahead.

  • Total Wealth Staff Dec 10, 2019
    Keith Got it Right… Again

    It’s not uncommon for Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald to be ahead of the markets by 12 to 24 months. Making Money host Charles Payne points out he got it right – again – when it comes to three critical stocks.

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  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Dec 07, 2019
    Only Truly Successful Investors Understand THIS Reality

    Today I want to talk for a moment about something I hear it all the time.

    People tell me frequently that they want to make gobs of money so they can do what they want, when they want, and where they want. They think being rich means being “free.”

    That’s all true.

    Just not in the way most people think.

    Being a successful investor means being responsible for your money. You can’t, for example, just throw your money into a few random picks and laugh all the way to the bank. Nor can you simply follow the annual “best of” top investment lists that cover your favorite newsstands a month from now.

    No, being fabulous rich and making huge profits year in, year out even when others are losing their asteroids means being responsible for your money.

    You’ve got to do these two things, specifically and consistently.


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