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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.

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  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Apr 06, 2018
    Here’s Why You Never Need to Fear a Bear Market Again

    Editor's Note - Keith's traveling today and asked that we share this story with you. We think you'll find it as timely as ever and full of profit potential. We'll see you tomorrow for the Total Wealth Weekend Edition! Many investors are convinced that the bull market is over and there's nothing worth buying at the moment. Worse, they're selling out and heading for the sidelines using even the

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Jul 08, 2016
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    Never Miss Your Chance at Life-Changing Profits Again

    When I started Total Wealth, I promised you that I would hold nothing back when it comes to the trades, tips, and tactics needed to maximize your wealth. Today I want to keep that promise with a look at the Lowball Order. We've talked about lowball orders before, but recent events like the Brexit make it abundantly clear that we need to revisit the subject. There's just too much opportunity

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Jan 20, 2016
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    How to Make 2,426% Profits in a Bear Market

    Many investors are convinced that the bull market is over and there's nothing worth buying at the moment. Worse, they're selling out and heading for the sidelines using even the slightest market drop as justification for their actions. I can't think of a worse mistake. There are all kinds of ways to hedge volatility these days. No investor need fear a bear market - let alone suffer the

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Nov 06, 2015
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    Never Be at the Mercy of Big Traders Again

    When I started Total Wealth I promised you that we'd not only cover the top money making opportunities of our time, but also the trades, tips, and tactics needed to maximize your wealth. Today I want to keep that promise with a look at the Lowball Order. We've talked about lowball orders before. But now, with the markets dancing around new highs and the Fed making noises about a rate hike

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Aug 26, 2015
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    This Total Wealth Tactic Crushed It When the Market Tanked Monday – and You Can Use It Right Now

    Not all investors lose money when the markets get carried out feet-first. There are a savvy few who pocket some really terrific gains by capitalizing on chaos... and they don't even have to time the markets to do it. Tall order? Not if you understand how to use one of my favorite Total Wealth Tactics - the Lowball Order. A great choice under normal market conditions, it's ideal at the

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Nov 21, 2014
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    This Is the Only Time I’ll Let You Overpay for an Investment

    The numbers are very clear when it comes to investing - the lower you buy, the higher you sell. That's why we've focused on so many tactics that get you a "discount" on your investment. It's the best (and simplest) way to maximize upside. We've already talked about lowball orders, dollar-cost averaging, and buying puts - all very simple ways to buy lower and maximize your upside - and

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Mar 16, 2018
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    How to Profit From China’s #1 Trade War Target

    I sure hope you're following along as directed! I've repeatedly identified The Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA) as particularly at risk of retaliatory trade tariffs, should President Trump press on with his wishes to hit China with $60+ billion in tariffs. My reasoning was very simple and based on first-hand experience. Unlike the United States and Europe, where politicians will bicker endlessly

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Mar 14, 2018
    The “Total Wealth Principle of Forced Perspective” Is Worth Millions

    American humorist, actor, and social commentator Will Rogers once said that "good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgement." Adored during the 1930s, I can only wonder what he'd say today. History rarely works out as expected, especially when it comes to the perspective you need to profit from it. Society, of course, doesn't think this way, which is why our

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Feb 23, 2018
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    What to Do if Art Cashin is Right (About Another Correction)

    Wall Street veteran Art Cashin is one of those guys you want to pay attention to. He started his career at Thomson McKinnon in 1959 and became a member of the NYSE in 1964 at the tender age of 23. Today he's Director of Floor Operations for UBS at the Exchange. There's very little Cashin hasn't seen over the years. He's particularly good at recognizing patterns that often go unnoticed by

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Feb 14, 2018
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    Why “Newton’s Cradle” Makes This Stock a No-Brainer

    It's hard to know exactly where to start after such a wild week but I have a hunch that you're as keen to answer one question as I am... ...will whiplash trading conditions continue? That depends on two very specific things. First, the computers that are causing this mess have to calm down. Studies vary but computerized trading accounts for 70%-80% or more of total trading volume in

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Feb 02, 2018
    What to Do When the Markets Get the Jitters

    Did you come through this week's market volatility with flying colors? I sure hope so. We've talked about how you handle big down days many times and, today, that's what we're going to talk about again. This is important stuff because what you do when the markets get a bad case of the jitters can significantly boost your profits. To be fair, I get that a downdraft is scary. You're

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Dec 13, 2017
    Why “Bull” or “Bear” Market Doesn’t Matter Anymore…

    Many investors are convinced that the bull market is over and there's nothing worth buying at the moment. Worse, they're selling out and heading for the sidelines using even the slightest market drop as justification for their actions. I can't think of a worse mistake. There are all kinds of ways to hedge volatility these days. No investor need fear a bear market - let alone suffer the

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Aug 11, 2017
    How to Defend Your Money (Against North Korea)

    He's baaaaack... Technically speaking, Kim Jung Un never left; he just started launching missiles. Missiles capable of carrying miniaturized nuclear warheads, according to various sources. Obviously, that's a BIG problem. So far the markets have taken this in stride, but traders finally let jitters get the best of them yesterday. That's why "safe-assets" like gold and the Swiss

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Aug 09, 2017
    When it Comes to Amazon, I Couldn’t Disagree More with David Stockman…

    Reagan-era Budget Director David Stockman rocked markets Monday with a note to clients calling Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN) a bubble, saying the company is "set for a spectacular collapse." Then he went on to say that a tech crash is "imminent" and that the company most at risk is Amazon because it hasn't invented anything "explosively new like the iPhone or personal

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Jul 21, 2017
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    One Tactic to Beat the Street – And Buy any Stock You Want “On Sale”

    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 have beaten and who continue to beat Wall Street at its own game consistently, including Sir John Templeton, the legendary Jim Rogers,

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