Keith Fitz-Gerald enjoys a well-deserved reputation as one of America's favorite investing and trading experts and it's easy to understand why. He spent 40 years in the trenches as a private investor, trader, analyst, and researcher. Mr. Fitz-Gerald began his career at Wilshire Associates in the late 1980s and is the principal of the Fitz-Gerald Group today. He has logged more than 1300+ prime-time appearances on Fox Business, CNBC, Yahoo! Finance, Bloomberg, and many other networks around the world. His commentary, observations, and analysis have been featured in such notable publications as the Wall Street Journal, The Times, Wired, Barron's, and Forbes.com which labeled him a market visionary. Mr. Fitz-Gerald has been a frequent MoneyShow speaker for the past 18 years and a popular educator who believes that anyone can be fabulously successful in the markets when armed with the right education, research, and tactics.
Hopefully, you’ve been accumulating shares in the great companies we talk about frequently. If you have, chances are you’re smiling because you know that getting anything on sale from groceries to shares is a good thing. If you haven’t, there’s still plenty of time to get started. One name I like is Microsoft (MSFT), notes Keith Fitz-Gerald, editor of 5 with Fitz.
The best contrarian indicator on the planet is in play (again). Namely, US equity funds just saw a fifth successive week of outflows. According to Refinitiv Lipper, investors pulled $4.54B from US equity funds, which was driven by “risk aversion,” explains Keith Fitz-Gerald, editor of 5 with Fitz.
A report just crossed the wire showing that GDP grew at 2.4% in Q2, despite a litany of reasons the bears insisted would result in the end of the financial universe as we know it. Meanwhile, the Dow has been on a run for the record books. What an incredibly exciting time to be an investor – and to focus on stocks like McDonald’s (MCD), writes Keith Fitz-Gerald, editor of 5 with Fitz.
People point to a long list of things that could go wrong as justification for sitting on the sidelines because they want to be “right.” The world’s most successful investors focus on being profitable. Be “in to win” or you won’t...win, explains Keith Fitz-Gerald, editor of 5 with Fitz.
The case for alternative assets is stronger than ever but not for the reasons you'd think. Modern financial markets are very different today than they have been in the past. Keith will share new thinking and new ways to look at what might just be the buying opportunity of a lifetime and why you want to think seriously about what he has to say.
This year's elections may be the single most powerful and significant in modern American history. What should investors do next, where should they be putting their money, and why? Keith will talk about all three of these things as well as the rapidly changing market dynamic politics has created. As usual, he'd love to take your questions too!
There are still plenty of opportunities on the horizon but choosing wisely is more critical than ever. Keith will highlight where the money is moving, why, and how to best position your portfolio. Contrary to what many investors believe, you can position for profits while also protecting against unknown risk.
The world is a complicated place right now and many investors are making critical mistakes that will cost them significantly in the years ahead. Wall Street models are busted and picking the right stocks is more critical than ever. Keith will share his thinking on where things go from here and how to best position your money for maximum profit potential and minimum risk.
Fiscal Hangover: How to Profit From The New Global Economy
The rules of making money have changed-forever with the collapse of investment banks, trillion-dollar-plus government bailouts, and the Dow plunging like a rock, it's never been more important to understand-and actually profit from-the "new rules." Fact is, Fiscal Hangover, will give you an investing blueprint that will allow you to profit from the changing global economy.