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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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  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Sep 14, 2018
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    Four Reasons Why Amazon Will Beat Apple to $2 Trillion

    Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN) became the world’s second trillion-dollar company on September 4, 2018, when shares pushed through the $2,050.27 needed to make it happen.

    But, I think it’ll be the world’s first $2 trillion player.

    Here’s why and, of course, how to play along for maximum profit potential…

  • Total Wealth Staff Sep 13, 2018
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    The Real Reason China Will Come to the Table ISN’T What Most Investors Expect

    Keith’s spent a lot of time in mainland China, and there’s one thing most investors aren’t counting on when it comes to the President’s tariffs. Here’s what he had to say on FBN’s After the Bell in response to anchor Melissa Francis. Click here to watch

  • Total Wealth Staff Sep 13, 2018
    Google Execs – “Caught With Their Hands in the Cookie Jar”

    Keith doesn’t hold back on why Google could be facing far more serious regulation in the very near future during an appearance on FBN’s After the Bell. Click here to watch

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Sep 12, 2018
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    Nine Reasons Investors Lack Confidence (and How To Get Around that for Bigger Profits)

    I hear frequently from investors all over the world, many of whom want big profits but lack the confidence needed to achieve ’em.

    Today we’re going to talk about why that is and cover a confidence-inspiring trade set-up that can help put you on the path to consistent profits.

    Sound good?

    I thought it might, especially given current market conditions

  • Total Wealth Staff Sep 10, 2018
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    Keith’s Take: Facebook, Twitter, and Tesla

    Keith makes an appearance on Varney & Co. this morning following rough trading for the American social media giants last week – and makes the point that making money with them going forward will mean splitting your money between the good, the bad, and the ugly. Plus, you’ll receive information about why Elon Musk’s latest stunt means Tesla is now facing its “GE moment” and could fall off the edge of a cliff in the months ahead. Click here to watch

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Sep 08, 2018
    The Path to Profits in 2019 Starts Now

    Millions of investors are very myopically focused on short-term trading at the moment, which is understandable… but it’s a huge mistake, and especially on a holiday-shortened September week in a mid-term election year.

    Why?

    Because the single biggest risk facing investors today is not that the numbers driving our economy collapse – meaning earnings, jobs, interest rates, and that kind of stuff. Rather, it’s that they’re better than “everyone” expects.

    Too much short-term-ism result in too many losses, especially this time of year when traders are looking to do two things: a) clean house on their portfolios and b) get in line for big bonuses come year-end.

    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.

  • Total Wealth Staff Sep 08, 2018
    Weekend Edition: The Path to Profits in 2019 Starts Now

    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

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Sep 07, 2018
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    Every Dollar You’ll Make in the Next 10 Years is on This List

    When I started Total Wealth Research, I highlighted six “Unstoppable Trends” for you and told you that “every dollar you’ll make in the next 10 years in on this list.”

    Not literally, of course, but figuratively.

    The Six Unstoppable Trends we follow – Demographics, Scarcity/Allocation, Medicine, Energy, Technology and War, Terrorism, & Ugliness – are all driven by trillions of dollars that will get spent practically no matter what happens in the years ahead.

    Lining your money up with ’em is the single easiest and most powerful path to profits.

    Trade wars… they become somebody else’s concern!

    Politics… not your worry!

    Market corrections… so what!

    I know that’s hard to accept and even harder to rationalize, so let me put it this way using an old saying you may be familiar with… “a rising tide raises all boats”

    Unstoppable Trends are a lot like the tide. Most investors concentrate on the boats – meaning individual companies – with no awareness of what the tide is doing. So, not surprisingly, they’re caught when they go aground or collide with an unseen obstacle just beneath the waves.

    But get the tide right before you pick your boat?

    Now you’re going to have a great (and very profitable) sail.

    Take War, Terrorism, & Ugliness, for example

  • Total Wealth Staff Sep 06, 2018
    The Question Really Being Asked by Whole Foods Employees’ Demands

    Keith makes an appearance on After the Bell shortly after the markets close and gives you the two things you need to be focusing on in those markets right now. Plus, breaking news about protesting Whole Foods employees interrupts the appearance… and Keith comes back to tell you the question that’s really being asked by these employees’ unionizing efforts. Click here to watch

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Sep 05, 2018
    How to Profit from Another Falling American Icon

    The most dependable and consistent way to generate huge profits is to latch on to the world’s best companies when they’re “going up.”

    And if they’re not?

    You do the exact same thing… in reverse.

    I know what you’re thinking – that can’t be possible.

    Well, it is.

    What’s more, you’re missing out on half the market’s financial potential if you’re not profiting from stocks moving in both directions – up AND down.

    Let me explain.

    The world’s best companies – those we profile all the time – have the world’s best profit potential. Over time, that translates from higher revenues to higher profits and, in turn, to higher share prices.

    Buy “right” and you’ll laugh all the way to the bank.

    But, there’s a hard truth to this as well

  • Total Wealth Staff Sep 05, 2018
    Here’s What to Look for As the Tech Execs Take the Hill

    Big Tech execs take to the Hill today, but we are unlikely to see anything other than grandstanding for the cameras. As Keith points out, there is a far more critical (and profitable) consideration. Click here to watch

  • Total Wealth Staff Sep 05, 2018
    Musk is Under Fire – Here’s What to Do

    Keith makes an appearance on Fox Business Network’s Varney & Co. before the opening bell and makes the point that CEO Elon Musk is off the rails, and that means Tesla Inc. (NasdaqGS:TSLA) is a “Vegas-style crapshoot.” Don’t touch it unless you’ve got money to burn. Plus, Keith touches on Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN) and what it will take for the company to hit $2 trillion. Click here to watch

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Sep 01, 2018
    Why a “Fall Run” Could Set You Up for Huge Profits Ahead

    Contrary to what most investors think, the big news in the markets this week isn’t any of the things screaming across the headlines… not new highs, not trade wars, not consumer data, not any of a dozen other things people might think.

    Rather, it’s what will happen next week.

    That’s when the summer vacation season comes to an end and many of the world’s big traders will return to their trading desks. It’s traditionally a time where you see huge volume spikes and spreads narrowing – meaning the difference between what’s asked for a stock and what’s bid for a stock.

    It’s also a time when the markets set up for what I call the “fall run.”

    Many investors are very concerned that we’ll have one – a fall run higher – but I think there’s a good case to be made using history as our guide. It’s not just me who thinks so either…

    Especially if you understand the very basic and very powerful premise I want to share with you now.

  • Total Wealth Staff Sep 01, 2018
    Weekend Edition: Why a “Fall Run” Could Set You Up for Huge Profits Ahead

    Contrary to what most investors think, the big news in the markets this week isn’t any of the things screaming across the headlines… not new highs, not trade wars, not consumer data, not any of a dozen other things people might think. Rather, it’s what will happen next week. Here’s what you need to be looking out for. Click here to watch

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Aug 31, 2018
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    Q – How Do You Get Beyond FANG?

    Anxious investors frequently ask me “how can you get beyond FANG stocks?” and my response is always the same…

    …why on earth would you want to??!!

    FANG stocks are the single most powerful and profitable investing opportunities ever created.

    You know their names …”F”acebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB), “A”mazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN), “N”etflix Inc. (NasdaqGS:NFLX), and “G”oogle (Alphabet Inc. (NasdaqGS:GOOGL))

    Just $10,000 invested in each when they went public is now worth a staggering…

      …$59,953 – Facebook

      …$245,193 – Google – now Alphabet

      …$359,978 – Amazon

      …$3,388,290 – Netflix

    You’re missing out if you’re not on board.

    So, do yourself a favor.

    GET on board.

    Contrary to what a lot of people believe about ’em being “expensive,” the reality is that they’re dirt cheap.

    I know that’s hard to comprehend.

    A little perspective might help.

    In 1980, Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.A)’s stock stood at $300 a share, and people thought that was impossibly high. By 1990, a single share would set you back $9,000. That was $50,000 a share by 2000. Today, Berkshire trades at a jaw-dropping $317,850.00 per share.

    Forget about the individual companies for a moment.

    What matters here is that every single one of the FANG stocks is changing the world we live in. That means they are being driven by trillions of dollars in spending that will happen no matter who is in the White House, which countries want to fight over trade, or even the Fed’s next move.

    They are the very embodiment of an Unstoppable Trend and, as such, forward-looking growth machines best viewed in light of what they will accomplish, not where they’ve been in the rear view mirror.

    Latching on to them will help you grow your money faster, with more certainty, and with bigger profits than you’ve ever dreamed.

    There’s an art and even a science to this

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