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.
Sep 29, 2018
Bank stocks led the markets lower on Wednesday, following remarks from Fed Chair Jerome Powell who doesn’t see inflation rising faster than expected – in Fedspeak… to the upside – because, “it’s not in our forecasts.”
This is so astounding that I almost don’t know where to start, especially since the major indices all promptly took off to the upside on Thursday (for reasons I’ll get into a moment that can really make a huge difference to your financial future).
The Fed’s models are hopelessly out of date and are based on economic conditions from 100 years ago when this was a country driven by manufacturing – not data, not the Internet, and not services.
Of course, they don’t reflect higher inflation.
They didn’t reflect the Financial Crisis of 2008 either… or the recovery that began in 2009… or anything else for that matter.
Powell wouldn’t know inflation if it bit him in the you know what because his models probably don’t reflect that either!
The mainstream media will hang on every word with the expectation that you will, too.
Only we know better.
Sep 29, 2018
Weekend Edition: Powell’s Comments Just Don’t Wash – But Here’s How You Invest for Maximum Profit Potential Anyway!
The business cycle is long in the tooth and so is the bull rally, but nowhere is it written in stone that either of those things have to come to an end. What IS written, however, is that both of these things produce huge profits for savvy investors. Here’s what you need to do. Click here to watch…
Earlier this week, I wrote to you about the fact that there is no significant statistical relationship between what happens next in the markets and midterm elections.
And what I had to say started a firestorm.
My email exploded, as you might imagine, with the bulk of the commentary centered on the five most dangerous words in the English language – “it’ll be different this time.”
But, I’m game.
Sep 26, 2018
Midterm elections are only six weeks away and, predictably, many investors are turning themselves inside out because they think the stock market’s next move hinges on the results of those elections.
The mainstream media certainly wants you to believe that that’s the case. So do legions of pundits hawking their unique brand of divisive spin over the Internet, on the nightly news, at political rallies… even during sporting events.
We’re told that our financial future hangs in the balance.
Sep 24, 2018
Keith makes an appearance on FBN’s Varney & Co. alongside host Stuart Varney with three stocks on millions of investors’ minds: Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN), Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE:BABA), and Tesla Inc. (NasdaqGS:TSLA). Keith lets you in on how long it could take for Amazon to double, why Alibaba is the only company that could give Amazon a run for its money, and why Tesla right now is “all about the unbelievable.” Click here to watch…
Sep 22, 2018
This week I want to talk about something that’s critically important – new highs and what they really mean when it comes to your money.
I’ll give you a hint… it’s NOT what you may be thinking!!
This week I want to talk about something that’s critically important – new highs and what they really mean when it comes to your money. I’ll give you a hint… it’s NOT what you may be thinking!! Let me explain. Click here to watch…
Sep 21, 2018
Here we go again.
I spooled up my trading desk Wednesday morning and learned from the headlines screaming across my monitors that the “Great Bull” market is “dead,” according to Michael Hartnett.
You may know the name, you may not.
Hartnett is Chief Investment Strategist for Bank of America Merrill Lynch and a brilliant thinker.
Sep 20, 2018
Keith makes an appearance on Yahoo! Finance’s Midday Mover segment and tackles Cannabis stocks, which have been on a tear recently. Here’s why he thinks most will “go up in smoke,” plus a far better, far more profitable way to play ’em. Keith also respond bluntly to why Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN)’s cashless store plans could signal the end of traditional retailing stocks and low wage jobs at the same time. Find out why he thinks those wanting higher wages “better be careful what they wish for.” Click here to watch…
Sep 20, 2018
With the Dow closing at a record level, Keith joins FBN’s After the Bell hosts Melissa Francis and Dave Asman to discuss where he thinks this market is headed into 2019. Plus, Keith’s take on why Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE:BABA) CEO Jack Ma about-faced on plans to create 1 million U.S. jobs. Click here to watch…
Sep 19, 2018
Many investors look for specific catalysts when it comes to the stocks they buy, and that’s a practice I encourage – especially when there’s a regime change at the very top.
Because a change of leadership can be extraordinarily profitable.
Sep 18, 2018
There are new concerns over tariff impacts for upcoming holiday retail sales, and as Keith relates, “the Grinch really could steal Christmas” this time. Plus, he tells you why you need to be very cautious when it comes to the President’s latest remarks about patriotism, remarks that also tell you just how expensive this trade war could really be. Click here to watch…
Sep 17, 2018
Keith joins FBN’s Varney & Co. to discuss the surprising reason why markets haven’t tanked on news of more tariffs. Plus, he adds his take on The Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA) and what rumors about Netflix Inc. (NasdaqGS:NFLX) adding advertising to their video streaming could mean for your money. Click here to watch…
Sep 15, 2018
Hurricane Florence crashed into the Carolinas this past Thursday with heavy rain and winds rocking the coastal lowlands that were so much a part of my college summers.
The situation is clearly devastating and very dangerous to everyone involved, which is why I find myself thinking about – hoping – that the loss of life and property isn’t overwhelming.
Still, events like this can be “investable,” which is why I want to focus on a question from Ronald B. asking if there’s anything “we can do” to invest in the “wake” of storms like this one.
Hurricane Florence crashed into the Carolinas this past Thursday with heavy rain and winds rocking the coastal lowlands. The situation is clearly devastating, but events like this can be “investable,” which is why I want to focus on a question from Ronald B. asking if there’s anything “we can do” to invest in the “wake” of storms like this one. Yes – two things, actually.Click here to watch…
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