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.
Apr 02, 2018
Keith was one of very few analysts to correctly call the Trump rally ahead of time, and subscribers who paid attention have had lots of opportunities to profit. Now, he’s seeing a change in sentiment, and that means most of the major tech companies are “off the shopping list” in the short term… save one. Here’s why.
Mar 31, 2018
We’re going to wrap up our discussion on a special class of stocks offering both stability AND huge profit potential during turbulent times.
Stocks that I call “triple-compounders.”
As promised, I’ve got a specific (and surprising) selection to illustrate our conversation and, hopefully, to help you profit from the ongoing economic strength around us.
While there’s a lot to like about the stock I’ve got for you today, three words stand out over time because of the triple compounding effect: cold – hard – cash.
Mar 31, 2018
We’re going to wrap up our discussion on a special class of stocks offering both stability AND huge profit potential during turbulent times. Stocks that I call “triple-compounders.” As promised, I’ve got a specific (and surprising) selection to illustrate our conversation and, hopefully, to help you profit from the ongoing economic strength around us. To read more about all ten picks in my special report, just click here.
No stranger to controversy, President Trump went after Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN) with a vengeance – saying that the company pays no taxes, abuses the Postal Service, and puts retailers out of business. Amazon stock, of course, immediately got a 4.4% buzzcut that trimmed $31.77 billion off its market cap.
Unfortunately, the President is off base and, unless you take steps right now, your portfolio will get hammered as the battle escalates.
Don’t get me wrong – I get where Trump’s coming from, personally.
The notion that Amazon is somehow capitalizing on the system is a popular one. The war on success, begun decades ago and brought to the forefront for millions of hard working people during the Global Financial Crisis, remains in full swing. The unfortunate byproduct, of course, is that huge swaths of society are not even remotely interested in fighting back to defend the founding principles of free enterprise, productivity, and personal initiative that define our national character.
Mar 29, 2018
Facebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB), Alphabet Inc. (NasdaqGS:GOOGL), and Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL) all moved higher as traders came to terms with a newly found confidence that continued, even as the President spoke about his infrastructure rollout. Here’s Keith with host Trish Regan on the simple equation driving today’s trading action.
Mar 28, 2018
Very few think about Microsoft Corp. (NasdaqGS:MSFT) – but, they should.
Redmond-based Microsoft could not only be a $1 trillion company, but it could hit that mark sooner than any of the competitors I’ve just mentioned and, in the process, win the race to become the world’s first trillion-dollar business.
It’s a point I spoke about on Fox Business Network just yesterday with Neil Cavuto, when I made the point that the broader tech-led rollover that started almost concurrently with my appearance would treat tech stocks based on personal trust differently than those based on corporate data, security, and operations.
The former – led by Facebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB) and Twitter Inc. (NYSE:TWTR), for example – are going to get clobbered, while the broader pullback will give savvy investors in the latter a massive and potentially very profitable opportunity.
Mar 27, 2018
The race to be the world’s first $1 trillion company is filled with names you’d expect, including Alphabet Inc. (NasdaqGS:GOOGL), Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN), and Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL). But, as Keith points out on Cavuto: Coast to Coast, there’s a dark horse which could get there first. It’s profitable information your money won’t want to miss.
This week I want to continue our discussion on a special class of stock needed to survive turbulent markets, why they’re important, and why these specific stocks can make or break your portfolio right now.
Many investors think they’ve got this covered and that they know a lot about investing for big gains and income – which is great if you’re one of ’em – but, in reality, there are a lot of folks who don’t.
So much so that this specific group of very special stocks may be the single most misunderstood, least appreciated investments you can make.
This week I want to continue our discussion on a special class of stock needed to survive turbulent markets, why they’re important, and why these specific stocks can make or break your portfolio right now. Many investors think they’ve got this covered, and that they know a lot about investing for big gains and income – which is great if you’re one of ’em – but, in reality, there are a lot of folks who don’t.
I’ve spent most of the night here in the office watching Asian and European markets carefully for clues as to what Friday’s trading conditions hold for us when U.S. markets open. So far, the impact looks limited and, in fact, the major indices look to open slightly higher as traders weigh China’s muted response to the President’s tariffs. So, let’s start there.
The ongoing Facebook saga is causing investors all over the world to rethink the FANG stocks – Facebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB), Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL), Netflix Inc. (NasdaqGS:NFLX), and Alphabet Inc. (NasdaqGS:GOOGL). Sadly, most are ready to jettison them all.
That’s a mistake and a bit like throwing the “baby out with the bathwater.”
If you’re not familiar with the phrase, it’s an idiom dating back to at least 1512 where it appeared in Narrenbeschwörung (Appeal to Fools) by Thomas Murner. Loosely put, the expression is an ode to an avoidable mistake. In modern English, the expression means something akin to mistakenly throwing away something good by trying zealously to get rid of something bad.
I don’t want you to make that mistake which is, of course, why I am writing to you today.
Mar 21, 2018
Keith appeared on Straight Talk Money today, where he engaged in a wide ranging discussion on topics including trade tariffs, which sectors are cause for the most “concern” amongst most investors, and whether or not it’s time to rethink FANG stocks. Enjoy!
Mar 21, 2018
Keith joined a panel of heavy hitters for a pre-Fed analysis of what Chairman Jerome Powell has to do next to keep markets on track. He joined Bullseye Brief Publisher Adam Johnson, Kaltbaum Capital Management President Gary Kaltbaum, Janney Chief Investment Strategist Mark Luschini, and former Reagan economic advisor Art Laffer in a wide ranging discussion covering the nature and number of rates and what that means for markets.
Mar 21, 2018
Dropbox will “price” its Initial Public Offering – IPO for short – on Thursday and begin trading Friday if all goes according to plan. Reports are that the offering is “oversubscribed” – a Wall Street-speak term meaning that they’re hard to get – and that there’s a lot of “demand” for shares.
So why is it you shouldn’t touch ’em with a ten-foot pole?
Because Dropbox is going to be another company in a long line of “oversubscribed,” in “demand” public offerings that isn’t worth the paper its stock certificates are printed on.
Mar 20, 2018
Social networking giant Facebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB) can’t catch a break with shares down 12%+ in just two trading days. Here’s Keith on what this means for investors and why it’s appropriate to rethink every FANG stock at the moment. Host Neil Cavuto wonders if it’s possible that Mark Zuckerberg just truly didn’t know and there’s a surprising reason why Keith says he hopes so during an appearance on Coast to Coast.
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