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 24, 2016
Ordinarily we’d see markets head sideways as the world waits on tenterhooks for the Fed’s move Friday – instead they’re drifting higher. Here’s Keith on why the Fed has boxed itself into fueling a rally that still has plenty of steam.
Aug 22, 2016
Keith appeared on Fox Business’s Varney & Co. earlier today to make sense of the Fed’s “economic voodoo” that’s placed the U.S. economy in a negative feedback loop.
Keith is happy to recommend buying Apple while everyone’s consternation is over slowing iPhone sales – because, as he explains here, Tim Cook has a much bigger vision for the company.
I hear frequently from folks who tell me they don’t have the “time” to invest, which is why they’re instinctively dismissive of anything that implies a longer term perspective.
That’s a cop-out.
Look, I get the fact that many people may not have a long time to invest and believe me when I tell you that I understand that you may not see the world the same way you did decades ago if you’re soon to retire or already retired. I don’t either.
I can help make you a millionaire if you understand the secret to the secret (of big profits).
Even if you have as little as ten years.
Here’s what most investors will never understand.
The markets are once again flirting with new all-time highs, leading many investors to wonder if they should be buying. And, once again, all the usual suspects are trying to convince you to abandon ship.
…There’s a crash around the corner
…Clinton this, Trump that…
To paraphrase a famous line from the 1990’s smash American NBC sitcom Seinfeld…
Yada, yada, yada.
The markets are always making new highs.
Putting more money to work is exactly what you should be doing.
You’ve just got to pick your bets a bit more carefully.
Central bankers have made their vision for markets very clear – and while there will be hell to pay, the day of reckoning won’t come today or tomorrow. Here Keith explains how to profit in the meantime.
It’s time to update one of our favorite recommendations – Ekso Bionics Holdings Inc. (NasdaqCM:EKSO).
The company closed a $13.7 million common stock offering at $4 a share earlier today, and I’m very excited to see what’s next.
So let’s dive right in with a look at what’s happening…
And what it means for your money.
Aug 11, 2016
Keith joins the panel for an in-depth discussion of market uncertainty, political volatility, and what it means for everyday Americans and investors trying to make their way. In the end, there’s one essential thing to remember: Regardless of politics, money will always go where it’s treated best.
Delta executives and the mainstream media are looking at Monday’s catastrophic systems failure as an equipment outage, which would be great if that’s all it truly turns out to be.
Only problem is… I don’t believe in coincidences.
Today’s airlines – like many critical systems we live with daily – depend on complicated, overlapping, and exceptionally large amounts of data so critical that even the smallest SNAFU has global implications.
That makes them susceptible to, well, everything.
There’s no doubt in my mind that two-bit cyber terrorists around the world are watching the situation very carefully – and learning from it. And that means, in turn, that preventing more Delta-like situations is a high priority.
One company I’m tracking stands to make billions by doing something unique.
I think the stock doubles as a result… again.
Markets keep hitting new highs – and some of the “smartest people in the room” keep telling investors to get out. Here’s Keith on why it’s foolish to fight the rally.
Many investors believe in Elon Musk longer term but can’t bring themselves to buy Tesla right now because they fear the recently announced SolarCity buyout will cause share prices to drop.
So why not sell… then buy again?
Contrary to what many investors think, investing is not a one-way ticket. Not with Tesla and not with any stock for that matter. You can make money as a stock moves up AND down. If you’re not trying, then you’re throwing away half your profit potential.
That sounds like a tall order but, in reality, it’s pretty simple. And today I’m going to show you how to do it using a Total Wealth Tactic that we haven’t discussed yet…
…the Parabolic SAR.
If you’ve never heard of the Parabolic SAR, you’re not alone. Very few people outside the technical trading community have, which is a shame considering how powerful a profit generator the Parabolic SAR can be.
Today we’re going to talk about what the Parabolic SAR is, how to use it, and how to line up profits on any investment when you do.
Here’s what you need to know.
Aug 03, 2016
On its surface, the fact that 71% of companies are beating their earnings forecasts sounds great, but Keith explains on Fox Business why that bar is actually laughably low. There’s one tea leaf in these earnings reports that could be reason for cautious optimism next quarter.
What do you do when you’ve found a stock with fabulous long-term potential that you love… but one of the world’s best short-sellers hates?
That’s the situation thousands of Tesla and Solar City investors find themselves in today.
Most have no idea what to do next, which is why I want to use the situation as a teaching moment. This isn’t the first time two Wall Street titans have been at odds, and it won’t be the last time you’ll see it as an investor.
My goal is to show you how to read between the headlines and identify the winner early on. That way you’ll know how to place your money for maximum profits.
Goldman Sachs sounded the alarms this week, telling investors to ditch equities and avoid the markets at all costs. Keith sat down at Fox Business Network to discuss the risks of blindly following false alarms like these, what investors should be doing instead, and how there’s still money to be made-no matter how confusing the markets may seem.
Most investors believe that you’ve got to take huge risks with high flying stocks like Google, Facebook, and Amazon to make huge profits. They couldn’t be more mistaken.
In fact, the biggest profits often come from stocks that are about as exciting as watching paint dry or the grass grow.
Try beating the markets by…
…10 to 1
…20 to 1
…even 40 to 1
That’s not atypical around here at Total Wealth, nor is it unusual in our sister services, The Money Map Report and High Velocity Profits. In fact, I’m tracking one company right now that’s already built up a 12-to-1 advantage. What’s more, it’s still a great buy.
Naturally, I’m going to share it with you today but before I do so, I need to set the stage.
That way you can use what you learn in the next few minutes to find this kind of profit potential, too.
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