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.
Aug 22, 2019
The Fed has been out of touch for a while, and they need to hang up their hats and let the market sort itself out, without their interference. Chairman Powell is the first Fed Chair who Keith has confidence in, because he’s learning from the markets — a good thing for the markets and our money. Click here to watch.
Aug 21, 2019
Keith joined Varney & Co to discuss why China’s stance in Hong Kong suggests that nation could be dangerously close to Tiananmen 2.0 and what the impact will be on US markets ahead. Click here to watch.
I can only shake my head.
Government regulators and the attorney generals (“AGs”) from more than a dozen states are apparently circling big-tech like a pack of wild dogs circles their prey according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
Only it’s the regulators and AGs who will go hungry.
Yesterday’s antitrust regulation cannot be used to rein in big-tech.
Aug 21, 2019
Keith went on Cavuto yesterday with a message to investors: Chaos creates opportunity.
Big tech is coming under pressure, and the state governments are getting involved. The current laws, as written, don’t apply here, and the government is going to have to prove harm to consumers to move forward, which is why states are getting involved.
The chaos created by the headlines are going to create knee-jerk reactions, drive the market lower, and give you the perfect opportunity to buy. Click here to watch.
Aug 20, 2019
There’s a lot going on in big tech right now, especially over in Europe. The French government is leveraging new taxes and new regulations, and President Trump is getting ready to retaliate.
It may not be big tech that retaliates – Keith Fitz-Gerald says that it’s the French retailers that are going to get hammered.
According to Keith, it’s not a big tech problem after all – it’s a French government one. Click here to watch.
Aug 20, 2019
President Trump sat down with Tim Cook, CEO of Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL) last week, where Cook presented a “compelling argument” on why the trade tariffs should be removed.
Of course, there’s all kinds of pressure on the President – remove tariffs, raise tariffs, play hardball, play softball – it’s a way to tear apart the U.S., and that’s exactly what China wanted.
Keith-Fitz-Gerald has spent plenty of time studying Chinese trading tactics, and he can see exactly what’s going on. China’s causing a rift so, now, the country just has to sit back and wait, while the United States tears itself apart… Click here to watch.
Aug 20, 2019
Keith Fitz-Gerald made an appearance on Fox Business’s Varney & Co. yesterday morning. As he watched the Dow climb 300+ points right out of the gate, he claimed the time for buying was last week, “when there’s blood in the streets, even if it’s your blood.”
Of course, there’s always time to buy. If the markets are moving, you can make money.
The secret is not letting the markets dictate how – or rather what – you trade.
Aug 17, 2019
Millions of investors and traders panicked when yields on long-term government bonds fell below shorter-term bonds producing a condition known as the “inverted yield curve” that’s viewed by many as a recessionary harbinger.
Only the situation is NOT all it’s cracked up to be.
Let me explain.
The yield curve – meaning the difference between short-term rates and long-term rates – has historically been viewed as a barometer for gauging the relative strength or weakness of our economy.
Normally, longer term rates – meaning the 10- and the 30-year notes are higher than shorter term rates. That’s because of the time value of money which implies that you need a higher return in exchange for tying your money up for a longer period of time.
Every once in a while, though, we get what’s called an “inverted yield curve” – meaning that short term rates have risen to be higher than long term rates. That happens because investors and traders place a premium on safety over opportunity.
Inverted yield curves are viewed as a recessionary harbinger because they have preceded every recession over the past 40 years. At first glance, that makes sense against the backdrop of slowing economic growth, Chinese trade concerns, and aggressive central bank action around the world.
Inverted yield curves are viewed as a recessionary harbinger because they have preceded every recession over the past 40 years. At first glance, that makes sense against the backdrop of slowing economic growth, Chinese trade concerns, and aggressive central bank action around the world. Only this time, we could be looking at a totally different situation this time around. Click here to watch.
Aug 16, 2019
Are bond markets signalling a recession, or will things be different this time? Keith answers this pressing question – and more – on his latest appearance on Fox News. The real question, he says, isn’t what you should sell. Instead, you should be asking yourself what should you BUY. Click here to watch.
Aug 16, 2019
My email exploded Wednesday morning when the yield curve inverted and, not surprisingly, the major market averages tanked. So did our phone lines, our chat boards, and our mailbag for that matter.
News headlines, of course, didn’t help:
… Bond markets are sending one big global recession warning (CNBC)
… Yield curves invert in US, UK as “Doom and Gloom” spreads (Bloomberg)
… Recession indicator with perfect track record flashing red (Fox Business Network)
I wouldn’t blame you if you wanted to run for the hills… lots of folks do under the circumstances.
Aug 14, 2019
With an influx of downside selling, people are wondering just what they’re supposed to do to keep their money safe. The biggest question investors are asking themselves right now: Should I sell? Keith lays out just why that’s exactly what you SHOULDN’T do.
It’s panic stations for many investors this morning now that the yield curve has inverted – meaning short-term rates are higher than long term rates.
The problem is that much of what you’re hearing is flat-out wrong and, potentially very dangerous for your money.
Aug 10, 2019
Many people wait until a major market move down has already started… then start thinking about how to protect their portfolio.
The smarter and more profitable move is always to think ahead.
It’s a subject on the minds of many investors and rightly so given this week’s hijinks. First there was China, then politics, then rates… a trifecta of sorts at best or even a perfect storm depending on your perspective.
For many, especially those who have just worked up the courage to get back in after having gotten shellacked in the Global Financial Crisis a decade ago, this couldn’t have happened at a worse time. They’re scared and frustrated. Yet, for others this is simply another speed bump in the path to profits and a chance to digest more information.
My take is that there’s a little of both at work.
We live in an age where you’ll never outrun the headlines no matter how hard you try. The Internet, Twitter, and Facebook will see to that. But that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck.
In fact, quite the opposite is true.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, and Nasdaq Composite all tanked last week…and then came roaring back. We’re looking at an aging bull market, so this type of activity is expected. But is it just a bounce, or are the markets sending us messages we should pay attention to? Keith weighs in on Making Money With Charles Payne. Click here to watch.
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