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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Aug 11, 2016
Keith joins the panel for an in-depth discussion of market uncertainty, political volatility, and what it means for everyday Americans and investors trying to make their way. In the end, there’s one essential thing to remember: Regardless of politics, money will always go where it’s treated best.
Delta executives and the mainstream media are looking at Monday’s catastrophic systems failure as an equipment outage, which would be great if that’s all it truly turns out to be.
Only problem is… I don’t believe in coincidences.
Today’s airlines – like many critical systems we live with daily – depend on complicated, overlapping, and exceptionally large amounts of data so critical that even the smallest SNAFU has global implications.
That makes them susceptible to, well, everything.
There’s no doubt in my mind that two-bit cyber terrorists around the world are watching the situation very carefully – and learning from it. And that means, in turn, that preventing more Delta-like situations is a high priority.
One company I’m tracking stands to make billions by doing something unique.
I think the stock doubles as a result… again.
Markets keep hitting new highs – and some of the “smartest people in the room” keep telling investors to get out. Here’s Keith on why it’s foolish to fight the rally.
Jul 29, 2016
A dismal economic report shows U.S. GDP growth stalling to 1.2% last quarter – but America’s tech sector is smashing records as it defies every headwind. Here’s Keith on why Apple, Amazon, and so many tech giants are so promising right now.
Jul 28, 2016
Some people are worried that after their recent surges, stocks like Amazon and Apple are overpriced. But Keith points out what analysts are getting wrong about these lofty stocks – they’re information companies, and have a lot more upside than analysts who misread their very identities could ever predict.
Jul 27, 2016
In the wake of some of the most important earnings reports in tech, Keith joined the panel of Varney & Co. to discuss why Apple is still on its way to $200/share, the role of Tim Cook and the ecosphere, and what the rest of Silicon Valley’s financials mean for investors.
[Japan] – Most investors don’t give a second thought about protecting their personal financial data. But they should for one simple reason – it can be used against you.
Especially when you’re travelling like I am.
If you carry…
…a smart phone… you’re a target.
…a laptop… you’re a target.
…a tablet… you’re a target.
Here’s the thing.
Grabbing your purse, your wallet, or even your smart phone is secondary to getting the data on it when it comes to criminal activity.
Today I’m going to give you five simple things you can do to protect yourself, your family, and your money when you’re on the road. And, as usual, I’ve also got a recommendation that can help you profit even as you do so.
Jul 25, 2016
With conventions dominating headlines across America, some think money is flowing into markets in preparation for a new change of guard. But Keith points to the real catalyst for surging markets as the panel discusses the election, Yahoo!’s buyout, Apple, and more.
Jul 15, 2016
Keith sat down with Daniela Cambone of Kitco News to talk about what’s changed for markets since Brexit, what markets want out of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. And he’s got one piece of advice for investors trying to navigate the global outlook that he places above everything else.
Jul 11, 2016
Amazon stock doubled in 2015 while broader markets stayed flat – but Keith is convinced its march isn’t over. Here’s why Amazon still has the potential to multiply shareholders’ money.
Jul 11, 2016
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?
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 and to Ekso, in particular.
The company continues make progress as expected and I remain absolutely convinced that we’ve latched on to it for the right reasons and at the right time.
Here’s what you need to know.
Jul 01, 2016
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.
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 world.
Fears are running high, speculation is running rampant, people are going absolutely crazy.
In keeping with our strategy, it’s time for you to make an unceremonious and rapid exit from the speculative currency trades I brought to your attention.