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Oct 26, 2019
Most investors want desperately to succeed which is why they fall time and again for glitzy advertising, hype and – honestly – complete crap … much of which, unfortunately, comes from my industry.
Chances are you know exactly what I’m talking about.
But, here’s the secret.
You can’t just keep doing the same stupid things with your money if you want to truly live an extraordinary and very profitable life. You’ve got to tap into your subconscious and into your deepest fears first.
You’ve got to FAIL.
Just not for the reasons you might think.
I trust today’s email finds you well and set for a fabulous weekend. Fall is in full swing here as the leaves turn brilliant shades of orange, red, and maroon. The temperatures are dropping and snow’s already piling up in the passes which means another one of my favorites – skiing – is just around the corner!
Anyway, that’s enough about that!
My data scientists and I have made a lot of progress in recent weeks when it comes to predicting the markets. So, knowing you’ve got a keen interest in what I’ve been up to in this department, I thought you’d enjoy an update on some of my most recent research.
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 23, 2019
Let me ask you something…
… are you “in to win” when it comes to today’s markets?
I mean, REALLY “in” to win.
A lot of folks say they are, but their actions don’t add up.
Today we’re going to talk about how you can gain control of otherwise self-defeating moves and turn them into profit generating reflexes.
Oct 21, 2019
Keith’s compelling argument on Fox Business’s Varney & Co. may surprise you.
Let me ask you something.
What if I told you that you could add six figures to your net worth in the next 12 months by making a single, well-planned out move? Or, if you’re a bit more aggressive, that you could fund your entire retirement by doing the same thing?
Personally, I’d be skeptical as all hell.
But, it’s true.
That’s what makes investing so cool and, if you’re doing it right, so much fun, too.
Many people believe that you have to have big money to make money, and that’s not true at all. Anybody CAN become fabulously wealthy by making the right moves. Click here to watch.
I had lunch with a friend of mine a while back in Venice – Italy – not Beach.
On track to make “partner” at one of the big global investing powerhouses, he said he’s looking forward to making $3 million to $5 million a year. At which point, he’d be successful.
“What would you do then?” I asked.
He thought for a moment then answered, “Take a long trip to Italy.”
Hmmmm, I thought to myself as I took in another slug of café.
That’s what I was doing.
Oct 16, 2019
Keith Fitz-Gerald appears on Fox Business News to talk about the cooling tensions with China…and how the FANG stocks (and a few extras) are going to be affected by the political climate moving forward. Click here to watch.
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.
Oct 12, 2019
I unknowingly struck a nerve last week when I mentioned investing with an edge and told you that I was talking about “holy crap, I can’t believe this is happening kind of money.”
Our customer service lines lit up and I heard from more than one person personally…
… can we really do this?
In a word – YES!
No matter what stage of your investing journey you are at right now – maybe you’re a beginner just starting out or a millionaire looking to refine your edge – you CAN make your profits bigger, more consistent, and better.
I’ve worked with people from every economic strata, every walk of life, from the bottom to the top, and – let me tell you something – it’s not about where you start that makes the difference.
It’s about deciding to be rich.
Oct 12, 2019
We plan for everything in our lives except success. Deciding that you want to be rich gives you a huge advantage because now you know what you want, what you have to do, learn, accomplish, study, implement.
You can take on any challenge if you know where you’re going. Click here to watch.
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.
Oct 11, 2019
If you get the fundamentals right, the profits will follow. Keith Fitz-Gerald explains how this can help you navigate markets riddled by Chinese trade tensions.Click here to watch.
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.