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.
It usually takes a couple quarters for new policies to jump-start corporations – and your money as an investor, since money has to make its way from the top line to the bottom line. But make no mistake: Trump’s pro-business reforms will bring major economic growth.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon is known for being very direct, and what he had to say from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, didn’t disappoint. His message on CNBC’s Squawk on the Street Wednesday came down to five simple words that should be music to the ears of every investor on the planet…
…you ain’t seen nothing yet.
Clearly I’m paraphrasing, but there’s some real insight in what he had to say.
As usual, though, you’ve got to go beyond the headlines and read between the lines which is exactly what we’re going to do today. And as always, I’ve got a recommendation poised for big gains as a result of what everyone else is missing.
Appearing on CNBC World, Keith revealed what the gentle selloff in the days leading up to President-Elect Trump’s inauguration really means – and one very good sign for investors’ money.
Every successful investor needs to take a hard look in the mirror occasionally to ensure that he or she is focused, on point, and most importantly, making money.
Today, it’s my turn.
I’ve spent some time examining how my advice played out last year with one question on my mind…
…did I help you make money?
Some call this transparency, but I call it “owning up” – warts and all!
Keith was asked on air to name two stocks on his radar for their potential to deliver solid returns. One makes non-invasive medical technology that clocked 100 million uses last year. Another helps companies struggling in sectors that will be “right under Trump’s microscope.”
Jan 17, 2017
Most investors think companies naturally fear the power of a President. Here’s Keith on why Trump’s Twitter targets don’t really fear him so much as they do something much worse.
Sears Holding Corp. (NasdaqGS:SHLD) announced a $900 million deal to sell its iconic Craftsman brand to rival tool maker Stanley Black & Decker earlier this week, leading many investors to wonder if it’s time to pony up for a rebound or just hang on.
Sears is still the most dangerous stock on Wall Street, and if you own it, you’re gonna get hosed… if you haven’t been already.
Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
[The Second of Two Parts] – We set the stage for 2017 in last week’s column with a look at the investing backdrop that will drive profits this year. And, as part of that, we talked briefly about the unseen mental challenge that will trip up most investors who don’t see it coming.
Today we’re going to dive deeper into the strategic implications driving each of our six Unstoppable Trends as well as their relative influence on our strategy in the months ahead.
For the simple reason that, in recorded history, more billionaires have been created around these six Unstoppable Trends than any other trend not on the list.
Frankly, I’m more excited than I have been in years.
Jan 11, 2017
Love or hate him, there’s no denying that President-Elect Trump’s picks for cabinet positions are captains of industry. Here’s Keith on how a pro-business cabinet that understands real money will unlock new wealth for America.
Jan 09, 2017
Trump’s ruthless Twitter handle has devastated certain stocks – just look at Macy’s Inc. (NYSE:M). But it’s not the negative attention itself that’s so dangerous. Keith sees a very specific risk for certain companies that are seen as unpatriotic as they drag their feet in bringing jobs back to America.
Jan 09, 2017
Profit-taking will naturally follow a landmark like the Dow hitting 20,000 – but Keith sees no reason to stay on the sidelines as traders flirt with the big number. Here’s how to profit in a market that’s functioning normally and wants to go higher.
Millions of investors are focused on conventional automakers when it comes to self-driving cars. Yet, as Keith points out, the real winners are thousands of miles away for one simple reason. With billions up for grabs, you’ll definitely want to hear what he has to say.
[The First of Two Parts] – When I started Total Wealth, I told my publisher that I wanted plenty of “red meat” – meaning actionable information, insight and, of course, recommendations as opposed to the usual click-bait that runs rampant all over the Internet today and that you see in mainstream news rags. Anything less simply wouldn’t be acceptable.
Today I want to continue that vein of thought with a look ahead at 2017 and how I see profit plays related to each of the six Unstoppable Trends we follow developing.
As is often the case, these are opportunities other investors don’t see and simply cannot recognize ahead of time because they’re not part of the Total Wealth Family and they don’t have the advantages you do when it comes to analysis, trends, and tactics that can lead to huge profits.
So pull up a chair and grab a cup of your favorite libation…
…the profit potential is simply outrageous!
Here’s where to start.
Jan 04, 2017
Premiums have spiked all around the country, even as lawmakers in D.C. hold a presser to defend the status quo. Here’s Keith on the market forces that will bend them to reality.
Obamacare has been a godsend for the health insurance industry, but what one President gives to a sector, another can take away. Here’s Keith on why America’s biggest health insurers are in for a historic correction once Obamacare goes.
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