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.
Most investors think that the time to begin planning for the tail end of the year is in August, when traders return from their vacations and get back to business…
But actually, the best time to begin planning ahead is… now.
While you have the opportunity to protect yourself and CASH IN before it’s too late to change course.
Now, I’ve just come off from the television studio where I was asked to comment on the horrific shootings this morning as they impact markets.
Stuart Varney asked Keith if there was a relationship between Wednesday morning’s violent shootings and the following activity in the markets. As Keith explained to the panel, “The business of America is where traders need to focus – isolated incidences, horrific as they are right now, do not impact the business future of America.”
Jun 12, 2017
Millions of investors saw the selloff in the tech sector Monday morning, and immediately panicked about a second dot.bomb bubble. As Keith points out, panic selling and knee-jerk reactions are not the answer. When it comes to the major tech stocks, as he explains on Varney & Co., “the world needs what they produce.” This is where the growth is happening, and will continue to happen. Here’s what you need to know.
Jun 09, 2017
It’s June 9 and that means the Department of Labor’s new fiduciary rule is now in effect.
The goal of the legislation is to improve the quality of advice you receive as an investor when it comes to your retirement, but I believe the opposite will happen.
The fiduciary rule is, in fact, a huge risk to your retirement.
Here’s why, and more importantly, how you can protect your money (and profit) despite the government’s ham-fisted approach.
You know me.
I’m not prone to hype, nor do I say things I don’t mean. My job as Chief Investment Strategist is to help you make a fortune by telling you what you need to know. Sometimes that’s stuff the Street hasn’t thought about yet, or simply doesn’t want to consider (but should in the name of profits).
So today, I’m just going to say what I gotta say:
…the Dow Jones Industrial Average will hit 60,000 within the next ten years.
Jun 07, 2017
The tech sector’s “Big Five” tear on despite political tensions – proof that markets are showing resistance to the media circus surrounding the UK elections and former FBI Director Comey’s upcoming testimony. “That tells me that traders are focused on growth, and that’s where individual investors should keep their focus as well,” explains Keith. The panel also covers Apple’s “Homepod” speaker – the company’s push into the Big Data movement, and another move to catch up to Amazon and Google.
Jun 05, 2017
More than a few people had issue when Keith called War, Terrorism & Ugliness a growth industry a few years ago. Sadly, that looks to have been borne out, particularly with events in London this past weekend. For now, the markets are dealing with it. However, the day will come when the market psychology is no longer able to overcome the inertia of concerted terrorist attacks. Here’s Keith with his advice to investors right now, along with political tensions, the retail “ice age,” and the driverless car movement.
Markets continue to rally despite toxic headlines and political bifurcation. Money keeps flowing in, proving that economic underpinnings are stronger than people realize. Here’s Keith’s take – along with a bold claim that you won’t want to miss.
The images I’m about to share with you today are upsetting.
To be honest, I find them downright disturbing. But if you’re planning to invest even a single dollar this year, you’ve got to see them…
…and invest accordingly – or risk losing it all, like most others will.
May 31, 2017
The “Big Five” Tech stocks continue to dominate as markets near all-time highs once again, with Amazon.com reaching the milestone of $1,000 per share. While some investors might be reminded of the Dot.com bubble, Keith reassures that, “Back then, we didn’t understand what ‘.com’ meant… Now you’ve got real revenue and real capitalization. This is the finest example of capitalism most people are going to see in a generation.” Here’s what you need to know, along with Uber’s surprising new partner and Facebook’s activities in China.
Thanks to hopelessly convoluted tax laws and regulatory red tape that shows no sign of being simplified, most investors are forced to house wealth in a wide variety of accounts that run the gamut from fully taxable to fully tax-advantaged.
Choosing the right ones for your investments is critical.
In fact, I’d even go so far as to say that making sure your money is in the right type of account is nearly as important as the specific investments you pick.
Doing so can give you a 20% advantage over those who don’t.
May 26, 2017
OPEC picked a war they couldn’t win with U.S. shale producers, and now they’ve got to clean up the wreckage. For consumers and businesses, this oil glut could prove to be beneficial – but we have yet to see how it plays out for the sector. Keith makes the case for a variety of energy companies on CNBC World this week, but with doubts that prices could exceed $60/barrel.
Hopefully, like me, you’ve got one foot out the door on the way to Memorial Day festivities. Knowing that’s the case, I don’t want to be the person who ruins your weekend especially with all the pessimism that’s running rampant on the Internet and in the headlines.
Instead, what I want to do is share some of the most valuable investment advice I ever received.
Just thinking about what a difference it’s made in my life is putting a smile on my face as I write. That’s because I’m optimistic that it will have the same impact in yours.
If you’re tired of watching the rich get richer…
If you aren’t sure how to grab your share but would like to…
If you’d like to turn the tables for once…
Then you will definitely want to read today’s column.
May 24, 2017
As tough as it is to imagine, it’s actually a positive outcome when markets don’t flinch in the face of tragic events like the one at the Manchester Arena in the UK this week. As Keith explains on Fox Business Network’s Varney & Co., it means we are learning to live with it. It’s also a sign that the markets are working normally. The world’s best CEOs are not giving up and you shouldn’t either… Investors should be in to win.
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