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.
If you remember the early 1980s like I do, chances are you remember the driving base line, electrifying sound and scorching vocals of this smash hit performed by the British rock band, Queen.
An ode to the times, it came to symbolize any key event that doesn’t go ahead as planned or an unanticipated outcome from which there is no potential recovery.
Like the long anticipated Pfizer/Allergan tie up.
That deal came to an unceremonious end earlier this week when the country’s biggest drug company walked away from a $160 billion deal that would have relocated the company to Ireland as a means of lowering taxes.
The term “human augmentation” brings to mind nightmarish sci-fi movie images for many people. But it brings to mind dollar signs for me.
That’s because the industry will grow by more than 4,000% in the next four years, to total $1.8 billion by 2020.
However, not all that growth will happen equally.
You’ve got to make some very careful decisions when it comes to your money if you want to line up with the winners. The vast majority of emerging tech in this area will never make it off the drawing board, let alone into production. Clearly, not all stocks are equal.
Here’s the thing most investors are missing.
The winners aren’t just developing new technology; they’re developing it in such a way that they’ve got access to entirely new business models competitors don’t understand or simply cannot access.
That’s why I’m excited to tell you about the latest headline making news from our favorite Human Augmentation play, Ekso Bionics Holdings Inc. (OTC:EKSO).
What I’m about to tell you gives the company a distinct advantage and could create an entirely new group of millionaires savvy enough to cash in.
When I started Total Wealth, I promised you that I would show you how to make money in all market conditions – both good and bad. And, as part of that, I told you I would help you find opportunity in companies that are going up…and down.
Today I want to keep that promise with a look at a gaming company that could be your most profitable short to date. That’s not a statement I make lightly either considering what we’ve accomplished so far.
In 2015, for example, I pinpointed a handful of companies ready to collapse and told you how to play them to the tune of some terrific double digit profits even as other investors were left wondering what hit them. Examples include: 57.36% from Shake Shack Inc. (NYSE:SHAK), 35.75% from Zoe’s Kitchen Inc. (NYSE:ZOES), 41.43% from Twitter Inc. (NYSE:TWTR) and 41.21% in just the last three months of 2015 alone as GoPro Inc. (NYSE:GPRO) went from hero to zero in the eyes of the investing public.
Now it’s time to do go after another overinflated, overvalued company. Only this time the potential could be even bigger because it’s out of touch with the technological changes that threaten its existence.
Here’s your most promising shorting opportunity of 2016 so far.
Mar 31, 2016
California legislators made headlines Monday when they passed a $15 per hour minimum wage that marks the largest deal to date in the national fight for higher working wages.
The thinking is that legions of poorly paid workers will be able to suddenly afford a higher standard of living and pay their way through life.
No doubt, that’s appealing.
Unfortunately, that’s also complete poppycock.
Mar 28, 2016
Michael Burry has time for just one investment these days.
The doctor-turned-fund manager, best known for his depiction in the Oscar-nominated movie “The Big Short,” was already a legend in investing circles for his tenure at Scion Capital, where he beat the market by 96 to 1 from 2000-2008 and oversaw record returns of more than 480%.
In the January box-office smash hit, Burry’s character claims that shorting the housing market was an investment play based on “a certainty.”
Fast forward to today.
Like you, I woke up Tuesday morning to horrific news of twin terrorist attacks at the Brussels Airport and the Maelbreek Metro Station that have killed at least 34 and wounded hundreds more. My heart is heavier than I can convey as I think about the lives savagely cut short.
Still, the world will go on.
Whatever we wish would be the case, War, Terrorism, & Ugliness is not going to go away any time soon. Unfortunately, all three are “growth industries” at the moment, and that means every investor needs to understand how to navigate his or her money through a world that will be increasingly shaped by terrorism.
Admittedly, that sounds callous. But, I learned something during the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami that helps me keep things in perspective – the best way to honor those who have perished is to redouble your efforts to live fully and to the best of your abilities.
Mar 21, 2016
The Dow and the S&P 500 are up more than 4% in the past month and millions of investors are finally gathering up the confidence to tippy-toe back into the markets. But, problem is, they have no idea where to start.
Thankfully, you don’t have that problem – you’re here and that gives you a huge advantage.
Sometimes, though, that’s not enough.
Good counsel is absolutely vital when it comes to building Total Wealth.
But how do you find the right financial professional from amongst tens of thousands?
That’s what we’re going to talk about today.
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