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.
Mar 27, 2019
Things that’ll be “different this time” usually aren’t, especially when it comes to hot stoves, hot steering wheels, and hot bond markets. Touch ’em and you’ll get burned, or so goes the thinking.
Every once in a while, though, the situation plays out.
Take the inverted yield curve that caused last Friday’s vicious selloff and made countless headlines around the world when it happen for the first time since 2007.
Contrary to what Wall Street and legions of economists want you to believe, it may NOT be the harbinger of doom that it’s been for the past 50 years.
Investors are getting ready to throw billions of dollars at a company that’s not worth the cost of the paper its stock certificates will be printed on. Worse, this same company has just 4,000 employees and has lost $911 million…during the past 12 months alone.
I’m talking about Lyft, of course.
The ride-hailing service is billed as a lucrative side-hustle where anyone can make fast cash giving people a lift around town. You can use your own car, set your own schedule, and work whenever you want. Chances are you’ve either called Lyft or ridden in one of “their” cars. Perhaps you’ve even started your own side-hustle as a Lyft driver.
The hype surrounding its expected initial public offering, possibly on March 28th – just three days from now – is staggering. Many investors, of course, can’t wait to jump in.
Mar 25, 2019
Investors are on edge this morning, after last Friday’s 350-point rout, wondering if the negative news about “slowing global growth” could carry on to this week. Keith joins Varney & Co. at open, letting you in on why this might not be as bad as many think, and which companies to align your money with to sidestep the worries. Plus, a “line in the sand” for The Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA) and Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN)’s “struggles” with online grocery ordering. Click here to watch.
Mar 23, 2019
When a company’s CEO makes a seemingly risky move – especially in the public eye – a stock can quickly tank.
And that’s the case with Tesla Inc. (NasdaqGS:TSLA) in recent news.
Brilliant though CEO Elon Musk may be, he can’t restrain himself and, according to Keith, that makes it the stock “totally uninvestable.”
Keith gives you everything you need to know in a recent appearance on Money Morning’s Fast Profits segment. But that’s not all.
Mar 22, 2019
Many investors are convinced that the bull market is over and there’s nothing worth buying at the moment. Worse, they’re selling out and heading for the sidelines using even the slightest market drop as justification for their actions.
Too bad it’s not Thanksgiving because Facebook Inc.‘s (NasdaqGS:FB) stock is getting roasted faster than a 10-pound turkey.
Team Zuckerberg got hammered yet again, when Facebook’s stock fell another 3.03% during Monday’s trading session to close at $159.99, following news that 11 senior managers have handed in their walking papers.
All told, Facebook is down 6.53% and $11.17 from the high it put in only a month ago. That’s a $11.47 billion buzz cut in terms of capitalization.
Some 23.75% and $49.01 per share in the past 12 months alone.
I believe things could get far worse.
Mar 18, 2019
In appearance on Varney & Co. shortly after the opening bell, Keith makes the point that The Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA), down again in early trading, could be in for “a world of hurt” for some time to come. But that’s also not the biggest issue… all eyes are on the Fed and its meeting on Wednesday, and here’s why what they say – or don’t say – could significantly affect your money.
Mar 16, 2019
This week I’d like to address something that most investors never think about… how to trade a stock when the unthinkable happens.
The Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA) is a great example.
It’s a key defense contractor and a “must-have” stock, tied into several key Unstoppable Trends, including Technology, War, Terrorism & Ugliness, and Demographics.
The company’s under extreme pressure at the moment, and existing shareholders have taken a $26.6 billion buzzcut they didn’t sign up for.
For most investors, a situation like this is unthinkable.
One day, they buy a company based on super results, super products, or just super potential. Then… WHAM… the stock gets pounded.
Boeing opened, for example, a full 51.29 points lower Monday, following the crash of Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max 8 the day before – the second such crash in less than six months for a 737 Max 8 aircraft. Then, it dropped further, ultimately breaching $370 a share by Wednesday.
Thing is, this isn’t an isolated incident.
Here’s why and what you can do about it.
Mar 16, 2019
This week I’d like to address something that most investors never think about… how to trade a stock when the unthinkable happens. Boeing is a great example but, thing is, this isn’t an isolated incident. Here’s why and what to do about it.
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Mar 15, 2019
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The Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA)’s stock has gotten a $26.6 billion buzzcut since Sunday’s 737 Max 8 crash, and more than a dozen countries have now ordered the jets taken out of service. What’s more, in a stunning about-face, President Trump has ordered all 737 Max 8 and 737 Max 9 grounded.
Millions of investors are wondering what to do next and you’re not alone if you’re one of ’em.
Mar 14, 2019
Why You Need to Keep Boeing and Every Airline That Needs Its Planes on a Very Short Leash
Keith joins FBN host Charles Payne to discuss the latest on The Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA) and why investors’ worries about damage control should be thinking beyond the company itself. Keith also breaks down the specific price points you need to know if you’re a Boeing investor… or want to be.
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 I want every investor who reads it to have a fighting chance in the months ahead, at a time when the headlines are hopelessly negative and running for the hills seems like a prudent thing to do.
Not 1 in 1 million investors will come to terms with today’s message, which is too bad, considering how much wealth will be created by those few – like you – who do.
Mar 12, 2019
Keith sits alongside host of FBN Stuart Varney in NYC – again – to talk about how big tech could be making a comeback. Plus, what to make of The Boeing Co (NYSE:BA)’s problems.
Mar 11, 2019
At the opening bell this morning, The Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA) – which is falling 12% in early trading due to news of another 737 MAX 8 crash – is dragging the Dow down with it. Keith joins Varney & Co. – this time in studio – to talk what could make the stock come roaring back and when. Plus, what the Chinese central bank governor’s message about a U.S.-China deal that supports their exporters really means and what you need to look out for after January’s “not so bad” retail report. Click here to watch.
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