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Oil Prices

These Shale Oil Stocks Will Survive Lower Crude Prices

With the price of crude oil plummeting 14% last week and the prospects for a glut running high, most investors are running away from all shale oil stocks now.

Because shale oil costs more to produce than conventional oil, investors have good reason to worry about the impact of lower crude oil prices on shale oil stocks.

But Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald says selling everything isn't the answer. In fact, he says investors should be looking for the long-term winners.

For two of Fitz-Gerald's favorite shale oil stocks, watch this video...

Auto industry

Why Toyota (NYSE:TM) Keeps Detroit Up at Night

Toyota Motor Corp. (NYSE: TM) has a new vehicle that should worry every Detroit automaker.

That's the warning Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald delivered on a Tuesday appearance on FOX Business "Varney & Co." Fitz-Gerald, a seasoned market analyst with 33 years of experience, said this Toyota stock catalyst is a hydrogen-powered car called the Mirai.

For all of Fitz-Gerald's insights, watch this video...

Global Markets

The Best Investments to Profit from Japan's Money Printing

As long as Japan's government insists on money printing to try to stimulate its long-moribund economy, opportunities will abound.

The only question is how to find the best investments. Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald, who lives part of the year in Japan, shared several ideas with Stuart Varney on a Monday appearance on FOX Business' "Varney & Co."

In this video, Fitz-Gerald talks about how American investors can profit from what's happening in Japan, and what he considers the best investments...

Global markets

Stock Markets Will Win the Central Bank "Race to the Bottom"

While the U.S. Federal Reserve has begun to reverse its easy money policies, other central banks around the world increasingly see such policies as an economic elixir.

And that will serve as fuel for the world's stock markets, says Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald.

As other central banks start using those same policies, the advantage is lost – unless they ramp up the easing even more. And all that new money will flow directly to the stock markets.

In this video, Fitz-Gerald explains how investors can profit from this situation.

Stocks to buy

Stocks to Buy: Should Investors Grab Some McDonald's (NYSE: MCD)?

McDonald's Corp. (NYSE: MCD) has for years been one of the best stocks to buy because of its expansion into high-growth areas like China.

But today (Monday) MCD reported a 0.5% drop in global sales at restaurants open at least 13 months.

Once one of Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald's favorite stocks to buy, the fast-food chain's latest troubles have changed his views.

To hear more of Fitz-Gerald's thoughts on MCD stock - and whether he thinks Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is now among the top stocks to buy - watch this video.

Stock markets

What It Means for the Stock Market if the GOP Wins the Senate

With the midterm elections set for tomorrow (Tuesday) most political pundits are predicting that the Republicans will take enough seats in the Senate to regain a majority.

But what will that mean for the stock market today? Has Wall Street already factored in a GOP victory?

In this video Fitz-Gerald explains how the U.S. stock markets will react to the midterm elections - and what happens next...

The Fed

FOMC Meeting: "It's All About Fairy Dust"

With the stock markets still a little jittery after this month's mini-correction, the statements that come out of this week's FOMC meeting (Federal Open Market Committee) will be even more cautious than usual.

"The Fed is all about fairy dust," Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald said in a Wednesday appearance on CNBC World, noting that the Fed really doesn't want to upset the markets right now.

See why CNBC World keeps inviting Fitz-Gerald back...

Election 2014

Will the U.S. Stock Market Rally if the GOP Wins the Senate?

With a critical mid-term election looming Nov. 4, many investors want to know what impact the results could have on the U.S. stock market.

Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald thinks a Republican sweep of the House and Senate would probably deliver a modest U.S stock rally. In an appearance on FOX Business' "Varney & Co." show, he also warned that the GOP faces a fresh challenge that could threaten its victory.

In this video, Fitz-Gerald talks about that challenge and offers some key advice on how to deal with a rocky U.S. stock market.

Stock markets

If This Is a Stock Market Correction, "Bring It On"

After last week's gyrations, the Standard and Poor's 500 Index is down 5.5% from its September highs – more than halfway to a stock market correction of about 10%.

But Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald — a seasoned market analyst with 33 years of experience – refuses to go along with the gloom-and-doom crowd that's now predicting a stock market crash of 20% to 30%.

In fact, not even a 10% stock market correction bothers him.

To find out why Fitz-Gerald would relish a stock market correction, watch this video.

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Stock Markets

Stock Market Crash Fears Do Not Mean "Head-for-the-Hills" – Here's What to Do Instead

Fears of a stock market crash were stoked again yesterday (Thursday), with the Dow Jones Industrial Average taking its biggest dive of the year — a loss of 334 points.

Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald, a seasoned market analyst with 33 years of experience, says this is not a "head for the hills moment," but an opportunity for savvy investors.

In this video, Fitz-Gerald also digs into the reasons for the mini stock market crash and what to expect in the weeks ahead.

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