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.
Conventional wisdom holds that Wall Street is rigged to favor the big traders, and that you’ll never win.
The implication, of course, is why even try?
I’ve never believed that, and you shouldn’t either.
In reality, there are plenty of savvy investors who beat Wall Street at its own game consistently, including Sir John Templeton, the legendary Jim Rogers, Stanley Druckenmiller, and Warren Buffett, just to name a few.
I want YOU to be one of ’em.
A small measure of stability has returned to markets early this week after a “Brexantrum” that wiped $3 trillion from the world’s balance sheets in the worst two-day selloff of all time.
Many investors are understandably nervous about what’s next.
Chances are, the Brexit is probably not the first financial temper tantrum you’ve lived through, nor will it be the last. Getting all worked up about it just isn’t worth the aggravation.
Today we’re going to talk about why, and what you need to do to build up a profit-positioning reflex that the world’s most successful investors regard as second nature.
It’s deceptively simple, elegant, and easy to execute. What’s more, once you’ve built up the reflex I’m going to talk about today, you’ll know how to immediately position yourself for profits the next time markets pitch a fit.
And, have a HUGE advantage over other investors.
Special Event: Keith went live on Facebook to discuss the current markets and answer pressing questions from viewers. Our Chief Investment Strategist covers post-Brexit opportunities, what will happen in the E.U. and, most importantly, what it all means for your money.
Jun 27, 2016
Jun 27, 2016
Friday’s $2 trillion selloff was the most money lost in markets on any day in history – but Keith appeared on Varney to explain why there’s no reason to despair. Quite the opposite – if you understand why pricing power will equal profits down the road, it doesn’t matter if you’re a little early to a party. You’ll still have a great time as an investor.
On June 10, I told you how to play the Brexit and gave you a couple investment recommendations based on a very simple premise: you buy the rumor, sell the fact. And I told you that the real opportunities were often found on the back pages, not the world’s front pages.
Obviously the event we were preparing for – the Brexit – is now front page news on every major news outlet in the world.
Fears are running high, speculation is running rampant, people are going absolutely crazy.
In keeping with our strategy, it’s time for you to make an unceremonious and rapid exit from the speculative currency trades I brought to your attention.
Today’s column will contain some of the most valuable investing advice you’ll ever read.
But, be forewarned. You won’t see this anywhere else.
What I have to say is much more direct…blunt even.
I’ve chosen to publish this column today because I want every investor who reads it to have a fighting chance in the months ahead at a time when the headlines are hopelessly negative and running for the hills seems like a prudent thing to do.
Not 1 in 1,000,000 investors will come to terms with today’s message, which is too bad considering how much wealth will be created by those few – like you – who do.
Even if they don’t want to believe it.
Jun 20, 2016
The “Brexit vote” that’s rattled traders is approaching this Thursday, and Keith has followed the IMF’s latest electoral push to uncover exactly where the money is.
I get one question more than any other at the moment…
…XYZ has already had a huge run up – should I buy it?
The fear, of course, is that the stock they want to buy has already had a huge run up and is going to tank immediately after they plunk down their money. I know – I’ve thought the same thing plenty of times over the years, too.
It’s easy to think that many “expensive” stocks are going to roll over given that today’s dismal headlines range from the unimaginably mundane to the truly horrific.
But that’d be a very expensive mistake.
What most investors fail to understand is that there are still fabulous companies out there with equally unimaginable potential to make you a ton of money.
Even though they’ve already had a 1,000%+ run.
Contrary to what most investors think, you haven’t missed a thing if you know what to look for.
Microsoft announced Monday that it was buying LinkedIn for a staggering $26.2 billion, and Twitter jumped as high as 4.57% through mid-day trading on nothing more than the hope that the beleaguered media company would be next.
Individual investors and analysts alike believe that the deal will lead to more high profile social media acquisitions.
Don’t bet on it.
Twitter is still a dog and has been for a long time. What’s more, Microsoft has a long history of overpaying for… well… just about everything.
Today we’re going to talk about what’s really driving the Microsoft buy and how to handle Twitter if you’re tempted to pile on.
Jun 13, 2016
Keith appeared on FOX Business’ Varney & Co. to discuss the resiliency of the American people and stock markets in the wake of the tragic attack in an Orlando nightclub this past weekend. War, Terrorism & Ugliness is unfortunately a growth industry – here’s what it will mean for investors as markets adjust to this reality.
The now-legendary George Soros made his mark on history by “breaking” the Bank of England and walking away with a cool $1.5 billion dollars as a hard-nosed hedge fund trader back in September 1992.
He did it by shorting the sterling pound in a move that ultimately cost the U.K. treasury more than £3.4 billion and threw global markets into complete chaos. But that’s nothing compared to the situation this time around and the opportunity we have on our hands.
This time, the Bank of England is about to break itself.
Here’s how to position your money to take advantage of the situation.
Investors dropped gun stocks earlier this week like a hot potato following news that pre-purchase FBI background checks dropped 13% in May. The conclusion for many is that the great gun-buying boom is over.
Not so fast. I don’t do politics, so don’t make the mistake of assuming what I am about to say is politically charged. I’m simply going to lay out the facts as they exist today. And, as usual, point you to yet another great investment opportunity.
The company that I recommended the last time we saw this playbook is beating the S&P 500 by 18-to-1 so far.
If you’d like that kind of performance in your portfolio, then read carefully.
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