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.
Jul 13, 2018
The big tech stocks seem more expensive than ever, especially after they’ve all opened up this morning in the green. Keith makes the case that these stocks may still be inexpensive, though, and gives an opinion that host Stuart Varney makes him repeat with an astonished look on his face. Here’s what that is and what you can expect from these big names in the future. Click here to watch…
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.
I can’t think of a worse mistake.
There are all kinds of ways to hedge volatility these days. No investor need fear a bear market – let alone suffer the ravages of getting financially mauled.
There are all kinds of ways to run flat or down markets to your advantage if you are properly prepared, and have the right perspective and a firm grasp on the right Total Wealth Tactics.
So far we’ve talked about specific Total Wealth Tactics like LowBall Orders, which you can use to buy the stock you want at exactly the price you’re prepared to pay – ideally at a huge discount. We’ve also covered Position Sizing as a means of limiting risk before you place a trade, Trailing Stops to protect your capital once you’re “in” and Free Trades to help you maximize profits when it’s time to sell.
Today, I want to introduce a new wrinkle.
I sure hope you had a great Fourth of July and, most importantly, that you were able to enjoy some time with your loved ones. The world is a pretty crazy place at the moment and sometimes it’s important to remember that there’s more to life.
Speaking of which, we’re half way through 2018 already, and that means we should spend a few minutes chatting about what to expect for the balance of the year.
Two words… big profits.
Jul 07, 2018
Weekend Edition: What to Expect for the Second Half of 2018 – and One Stock to Set You Up for Huge Potential Profits
I sure hope you had a great Fourth of July and, most importantly, that you were able to enjoy some time with your loved ones. The world is a pretty crazy place at the moment and sometimes it’s important to remember that there’s more to life. Speaking of which, we’re half way through 2018 already, and that means we should spend a few minutes chatting about what to expect for the balance of the year. Two words… big profits. Click here to watch…
Jul 06, 2018
Keith joins Fox Business Network host Charles Payne with a cast of experts to discuss a wide variety of topics. You wont want to miss his against-the-grain opinion because it could prove to be full of profits ahead.Click here to watch…
I’m often asked how I know which companies to avoid – like the plague – or “sell short” in the name of big profits.
“You seem to have it down to a science,” said Barbara P. and her husband, Robert, over coffee in Seattle recently…
… Fitbit Inc. (NYSE:FIT) at $16.97 before it fell 71.66%.
… Sears Holding Corp. (NasdaqGS:SHLD) at $144.86 before it fell 98.4%.
… GoPro Inc. (NasdaqGS:GPRO) at $86.97 before it fell 94.5%.
They’d come to check out the original Starbucks Corp. (NasdaqGS:SBUX) location in Pike Place Market after hearing me talk, during an appearance on Varney & Co. a week ago, about why I think the company is in for some rough sledding in the months ahead.
Science may be pushing it, but thank you for the compliment, I said… and, I added that “the real secret is psychology.”
Conventional wisdom holds that Wall Street is rigged to favor the big traders, and that you’ll never win.
The implication, of course, is why even try?
I’ve never believed that, and you shouldn’t either, especially now with the prospect of a global trade war looming larger by the minute.
In reality, there are plenty of savvy investors who have beaten and who continue to beat Wall Street at its own game during times of great market stress, including Sir John Templeton, the legendary Jim Rogers, Stanley Druckenmiller, and Warren Buffett, just to name a few.
I want YOU to be one of ’em, and I’m here to tell you that YOU can beat the Street.
I’m not kidding.
YOU can do this – starting with understanding something I call the Lowball Order.
It’s one of my favorite Total Wealth Tactics because it’s such a powerful profit creator.
Jun 30, 2018
This week I want to talk about something on a lot of folks’ minds… what happens next.
That depends on a number of what I call “wildcards.”
That’s what I call specific events with the potential to significantly move the markets in either direction – up OR down!
The vast majority of investors will never understand what I’m going to share with you today and, unfortunately, lose a lot of money as a result.
Jun 30, 2018
This week I want to talk about something on a lot of folks’ minds… what happens next. That depends on a number of what I call “wildcards.” That’s what I call specific events with the potential to significantly move the markets in either direction – up OR down! The vast majority of investors will never understand what I’m going to share with you today and, unfortunately, lose a lot of money as a result. Here’s what you need to know. Click here to watch…
The Swiss-based Bank for International Settlements (BIS) released its latest annual report and warned there could be a “quick and sharp” reversal of fortune of the world’s debt when markets come home to roost.
Talk about being in firm command of the obvious!!??
Global debt is 12% higher now and far more concentrated than it was during the height of the Global Financial Crisis in 2008-09. What’s more, cautioned the BIS, the rising U.S. dollar threatens to set off a liquidity squeeze on par with 2013’s “Taper Tantrum.”
To paraphrase Homer Simpson… “doh!!!”
Economists and public officials will tell you otherwise, of course.
The banks are safer now, they say, “because of higher capital ratios” and revised reserve requirements intended to keep the world’s financial system in one piece. That’s the official story.
What they’re not telling you is that the risks have been very methodically and very deliberately shifted to individual investors, pension funds, and insurance companies – a move I told Money Morning readers was coming more than a decade ago, long before Total Wealth existed and many times since.
It’s scary stuff and, to be clear, I am NOT trying to ruin your day.
I’ve been as forceful as I’ve been consistent since the topic first surfaced…
… tariffs are a bad idea and one that ultimately hurts the very companies they’re intended to help.
Trade wars, tariffs, quotas… it doesn’t matter what you call ’em, they never end well. They’re almost always an innovation crushing, profit smashing maneuver.
Jun 26, 2018
Keith appeared on Cavuto: Coast to Coast earlier today with Janney Chief Investment Strategist Mark Luschini and National Taxpayer’s Union Senior Fellow Mattie Duppler to discuss the implications of an increasingly likely trade war. And, in doing so, made the case as to why the President may be making a ginormous bet with 300 million American lives. Hint… it has nothing to do with politics! Click here to watch…
Jun 25, 2018
Keith warned specifically during his first Varney & Co. appearance today that the markets were on edge and that a bout of determined selling was possible because of the President’s increasingly “belligerent” trade-related tweets. Then, less than an hour later, he was asked back by phone to walk viewers through what happens next and how to handle the Dow’s 400 point drop. What he has to say is important for every investor… especially when you consider what he sees coming down the pike next. Click here to watch…
Jun 25, 2018
Keith appeared on Varney & Co shortly after the markets opened this morning and pointed out why he and other traders he’s talking to are worried that the President’s latest trade-related tweets could usher in a bout of sustained selling. He also made a case for selling Starbucks Corp. (NYSE:SBUX), noting that the company may not be able to compete based on “empty counter” space he saw firsthand in Seattle recently. Click here to watch…
Jun 23, 2018
I don’t know if you remember the 1993 Bill Murray movie, Groundhog Day, but I sure do.
It’s often listed as one of the best comedy films of all time, and the term “Groundhog Day” has become so ubiquitous that it’s used within our military to describe situations that happen over and over again. The film was even deemed “culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant” by the National Film Registry in 2006.
Personally, I think that’s taking things a bit too far, but I love the film and have always enjoyed Bill Murray’s comedic genius, especially when it comes to his earlier work.
Anyway, the reason I’m bringing this up is that the markets are a lot like Murray’s character, a cynical TV weatherman who’s forced to relive his own personal “Groundhog Day” when he’s sent to cover the actual Groundhog Day in Punxsutawney.
They’re going up and down on a very regular and entirely predictable basis – President Trump tweets on trade fears and traders hit the sell button. Things calm down and traders hit the buy button.
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