There's a shake-up brewing in the business world. Al Mulally, CEO of a rejuvenated, refocused, and red-hot Ford Motor Company, may be heading over to Microsoft, where CEO Steve Ballmer is retreating under fire. Under Mulally, Ford went from the brink of bankruptcy and irrelevance to one of the the most solid performers on Wall Street. Can Mulally do the same thing for Microsoft and move it back into the "Buy" column? Keith Fitz-Gerald joins FOX Business' Neil Cavuto to tackle this question, along with McDonalds' newest strategy and the effect of the looming government shutdown on Wall Street.
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In the wake of the Federal Reserve meeting last week, FOMC members have many public appearances planned in which they're expected to clarify the central bank's recent policy decisions.
Count Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald as one investing expert who will not be hanging on every speech.
Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald appeared on FOX Business' "Varney & Co." today to discuss this week's FOMC meeting and Janet Yellen.
On Monday, Larry Summers announced he is dropping out of the candidate list to replace Ben Bernanke and become the next Fed chief. Next in line for new Fed chief role is Janet Yellen.
There's a great deal of uncertainty about whether there will be a Syria attack from the United States – but investors want to know how markets would react to such a strike.
Secretary of State John Kerry has said a Syria attack – when and if it comes – would be "extremely limited and targeted," and support for an attack is far from ironclad.
CNBC Worldhosted Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald this week to discuss the Fed's QE taper.
Printing gobs of money when the current slump is arguably caused by cash overabundance definitely doesn't seem like the rational thing to do.
Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald appeared on CNBC World to caution investors on how to invest in today's volatile market.
Fed action – or inaction – makes for roiling markets in the days ahead. Fitz-Gerald suspects Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke "won't have the guts to take his foot off the gas" by September.
No one knows what will happen when the West retaliates against Syria's Bashar al-Assad for his use of chemical weapons. This is bringing a wave of uncertainty over how Syria will impact markets.
If history is any guide, the markets will plunge when the missiles start flying.
What would it take for Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald to buy Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) stock?
The company's shares jumped 7% on Friday on news that often-embattled and rarely popular CEO Steve Ballmer will retire in the next 12 months. News that Ballmer will finallytake a bow was music to Wall Street's ears, apparently, but Fitz-Gerald was singing a different tune.
Coming off the worst week of the year, and with the very real possibility of the Dow Jones dipping back below 15,000, the question on everyone's lips is "Where's the bottom?"
That's why Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald spoke on Monday with FOX Business' Charles Payne of "Varney & Co."about just how low the stock market can go.
Fitz-Gerald looks at the stock market's support and resistance levels, and gives us a good picture of what to expect in the week ahead – and much more. He looks ahead to the Fed's Jackson "Black" Hole summit, and speculates on when the Fed's reindeer games will run out of gas.
Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald joined KITCO News recently to share predictions on who will become the new Fed chief.
Since June, when U.S. President Barack Obama hinted that current Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke has stayed longer than he wanted to, three candidates for the new Fed chief have come out of the woodwork: Larry Summers, Janet Yellen, and Don Kohn.
Watch as Fitz-Gerald weighs in on the candidates, giving a rundown on what each would do if he or she inherited the Fed's significant powers. Find out what "disturbs" him about one candidate, who the "lightning rod" is, and which contender for the new Fed chief would be the best news for gold prices.
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