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.
Millions rank the Internet right up there with canned beer, sliced bread, and automatic transmissions.
I think it’s the single biggest impediment to profitable investing in the history of mankind.
Never mind all the false news that’s making headlines lately – pun absolutely intended – or even the acerbic nature of it. The Internet is simply overwhelming.
There’s so much information that many investors are hopelessly confused about what to do next let alone how find profitable investments.
If you’re one of ’em, you’re not alone. And, you’ve come to the right place.
Feb 22, 2017
Keith says that as impressive as this “rip your face off” rally has been, there are still trillions of dollars on the sidelines. Here’s the surprising reason why he thinks the Dow could hit 30,000 by the end of President Trump’s first term… or sooner!
Every time the markets brush all-time highs, I get asked by nervous investors if they should consider buying any stocks at these levels.
My answer is always the same: Yes – if this one condition holds true.
When I started Total Wealth I promised you that we’d take a good hard look not only at the best investments, but also exceptional short-term trading opportunities when they arose.
Feb 09, 2017
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s meeting with President Trump on Friday is centered on trade and economic partnership, and there’s more in the works than anyone realizes. It could create 700,000 jobs, open up entirely new markets, and generate $450 billion in GDP. Here’s how to play these numbers that Keith believes could even prove conservative.
My editor couldn’t believe it…
“But Keith, you consider it one of the most dangerous stocks on Wall Street!”
“Not one of…” I replied. “The most dangerous stock on Wall Street.”
And every investor needs to own it at least once in their investing lifetime.
Feb 07, 2017
In theory, Wall Street will reel from further weakened oil prices. But Keith points out there are plenty of winners from low prices – and the rampant lies over what everyone has on hand is a much bigger concern than price fluctuations. Here’s Keith on what to expect from OPEC’s deception, the debate on how to “Trump-proof” your portfolio, and more.
Tuesday’s morning rally is a huge testament to investors’ optimism and faith in capitalism, despite a campaign of blockage from President Trump’s opponents. But markets could be nearing a tipping point away from the positive psychology that’s propelled them since November. Keith explains why that means a significant risk of correction this week.
Billionaire investor Peter Thiel recently declared in a New York Times interview that, “the age of Apple is over,” and, in doing so, caught millions of investors by surprise.
Present company excluded.
You and I have been talking about Apple’s decline for months now, and those of you who are also Money Map Report members will recall that, in July, we moved the company to a “hold” for exactly the same reason.
Now let’s talk about what’s next.
Millions of investors took part in Monday and Tuesday’s panicked selling, and the really sad thing is that they don’t have a clue about the opportunity they’ve missed. As always, that’s going to cost ’em dearly.
I don’t ever want you to find yourself in that position.
So today, we’re going to talk about what they did and why, despite the best of intentions, their actions will set them back years and rob them of the very successful financial future they crave.
Then, I’m going to share a recommendation with you that has the kind of windfall profit potential that can more than make up for the latest round of market madness, and keep you on the right track at the same time.
The Dow Jones Hit 20,000 on Wednesday and seconds after it broke through, the nay-sayers made their appearance, citing everything from “rich prices” to “low earnings” as justification.
I could only shake my head in amazement for one simple reason…
…pessimists never make money.
Today I want to talk about why that’s the case, and how you can set yourself up for profits.
Jan 27, 2017
Editor’s Note: A steady, double-digit stream of income is a great catch for any investor. In fact, Keith has uncovered an additional stream of income that could add $2,000, $5,000, or more a month. And, this little-known investment has the …
Like millions of people, I followed the headlines associated with the 3.5 million-strong Women’s March protests closely. Only I wasn’t interested in the identity politics being played out on an international stage.
I was watching because protests about important issues like those the Women’s March represent herald tremendous profit potential.
Admittedly, that sounds cold but that’s very deliberate on my part. In my capacity as Chief Investment Strategist, I don’t have the luxury of taking sides. It’s my job to help you make money by navigating the events that shape our world.
That’s, after all, why we’re here.
Most people don’t think of civil unrest this way and, not surprisingly, their emotions get the better of them as a result. So they have no idea when an event like the Women’s March is a threat or an opportunity.
My goal today is to teach you how to tell the difference between simple dissent and potentially profitable anger.
One of the fundamental problems in our country’s past decade is confusing a plan to do something with actually doing something. Love him or hate him, Trump has set a blistering pace from the get-go… and that’s great for your money.
Many people are worried that the markets could collapse now that they’re at all-time highs. They forget that you could have bought all of the all-time highs, going back to 1929, and be a billionaire.
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