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.
Feb 10, 2018
When I started Total Wealth, I made a promise to myself – and more importantly to you – that I would do everything in my power every single day to help you protect your money and grow it at the same time.
Many flipped out this past week and thought about running for the hills – which made me, in turn head straight to Baltimore where our team is headquartered.
I spent time:
- Answering phones with customer service.
- Listening in on telesales.
- Doing a live video for Money Morning during which I took and answered questions directly from readers (perhaps even one of yours).
- And, of course, reading through a blizzard of email so that I knew exactly what you’re thinking – your hopes, your fears, and your questions.
All to hold up that promise I made you.
Speaking of which, one of the single most important things I did over the past few days was the Facebook live session I just mentioned regarding recent trading activity, what’s happening, why and, critically, what it means for your money.
When I started Total Wealth, I made a promise to myself – and more importantly to you – that I would do everything in my power every single day to help you protect your money and grow it at the same time. Here’s how I’ve tried to hold up that very promise…
Feb 09, 2018
Today, we’re going to take a page out of one of the greatest playbooks in history – that of Sir John Templeton – to show you how you can profit from this technical mess.
You’ve heard me talk about him before – but just in case that’s a new name for you – Sir Templeton was known for “buying at points of maximum pessimism.”
He was known to buy during massive downturns, during economic recessions, or simply during times when the headlines seem impossibly dark and market activity impossibly crazy… like the present.
Most famously, for example, Sir Templeton purchased $100 worth of every stock that was trading below $1 per share on the New York and American Stock Exchanges in 1938 on the eve of WWII.
In total, he purchased 104 stocks for $10,400. Even though 34 of the 104 companies were bankrupt at the time, he was able to sell those shares for nearly four times the money he had initially invested just four years later.
Feb 07, 2018
Fox Business Network anchor Stuart Varney turned to Keith for answers this morning as trading got underway. Is it time to start buying again, he wondered. Keith’s answer may intrigue because, to a point he makes frequently, money is like water. Here’s what you need to know.
Feb 07, 2018
I’ve been involved in several high intensity meetings in the past few days as you might imagine because the selling probably isn’t over.
Normally, I’d be very concerned – but in this case I’m not – because the onslaught is entirely driven by technical trading, as opposed to the more important underlying fundamental picture that leads to clear, sustainable profits over time.
Feb 03, 2018
Why is it that some investors seem to laugh in the face of big down days that cause most investors to panic?
… they handle it wrong!
If that sounds simple or even naïve, hold on a moment.
There are three little known things – secrets really – that the world’s savviest investors have in their back pocket… when it comes to lining up huge profits whenever the markets get a bad case of the jitters – like they did last week.
If you’ve ever panicked or felt the fear, you know why you need what they know… exactly where and how the real money is made every time the markets take a header.
There are three little known things – secrets really – that the world’s savviest investors have in their back pocket… when it comes to lining up huge profits whenever the markets get a bad case of the jitters like they did last week. If you’ve ever panicked or felt the fear, you know why you need what they know… exactly where and how the real money is made every time the markets take a header. Amazingly, ANYONE can do this! And here’s how.
Feb 02, 2018
Did you come through this week’s market volatility with flying colors?
I sure hope so.
We’ve talked about how you handle big down days many times and, today, that’s what we’re going to talk about again.
This is important stuff because what you do when the markets get a bad case of the jitters can significantly boost your profits.
To be fair, I get that a downdraft is scary.
You’re not alone if you feel that way – in fact, I feel the same angst you do.
There’s always a fear that there’s something worse ahead… another shoe to drop… a shark lurking unseen beneath you in the financial ocean.
Feb 02, 2018
On a brutal day in the markets, Fox Business Network turns to Keith for perspective, reason, and a clear, concise explanation. And, that’s exactly what they got with three specific things that investors should be thinking about right now. Here’s his thinking.
Feb 01, 2018
After the State of Union address on Tuesday, the markets have seen a little volatility, which is worrying many investors. Host of The Intelligence Report Trish Regan cuts right to the chase and seeks Keith insight into the matter. Here’s what you should know.
Jan 31, 2018
Keith highlights what he’s looking for and what to do with two of the hottest names in tech when they report later today. He’s also got a surprising take on Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL)’s latest with the DOJ reportedly looking into allegations of battery related performance drops. Click here to watch.
Jan 31, 2018
If you’re like millions of investors, you’d give anything to have a crystal ball, especially when it comes to a stock like Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN). Obviously, I can’t give you one… but I can come close.
Today we’re going to talk about two things:
- An important bit of information most investors overlook; and,
- How to turn what you learn in to a high probability trade.
Amazon will report earnings Thursday after the bell and options activity is implying a monster move of 7%-9% on the numbers. Normal earnings volatility, to put this in context, is around 5%.
In plain English, that means the stock could jump by $129.40 to $1,567.22 per share versus a more “normal” $1,437.82 per share (what it closed at on Tuesday). That means the stock would be within spitting distance of a $750 billion valuation.
Jan 31, 2018
With the Dow’s modest 500 point rout on Monday and Tuesday, Fox Business Network host Stuart Varney pins it to Keith about where this “dip” is and where it might be going. Here’s what investors need to be to be thinking about.
Jan 30, 2018
Market selloffs ahead of the President’s State of the Union address have many investors wondering if they should be running for the hills, or into “safe haven” investments like the bond market. But as Keith points out on Cavuto: Coast to Coast, markets “have to selloff before they move higher.” It’s a natural fluctuation with big implications for your money.
Here’s what you need to know.
Jan 29, 2018
Monday’s trading was the down start to any week since 2018 began. Investors are wondering whether the rally is over and what’s causing the ruckus. Keith weighs in on what rising rates could signal, Intel Corp. (NasdaqGS:INCT)’s decision to inform Chinese customers about security risks before the U.S. government, and General Electric Co. (NYSE:GE)’s ongoing problems.
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