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I got an interesting question earlier this week while in Las Vegas, where I was speaking at the MoneyShow…
"What works best right now?"
Usually that's a question related to which specific stocks, bonds, ETFs, or other funds you want to buy.
But in this case, the person asking wanted to know what kinds of investment tactics work best given current market conditions and how you adjust to all the volatility gumming up the works.
That's a savvy question – and a critically important one, I'd add, especially right now.
Asking which stocks are "best" is only half the battle when it comes to big profits. To really hit the home runs you and I both know are out there, you've got to know which methods work best and when to use 'em.
Right now, for example, the markets are completely dominated by tweet-driven trading. This favors day traders and the institutional big boys because it caters to the short-term trading methods and tactics they use.
But that doesn't mean you're out of luck as an investor, though. Far from it. You just have to change up your approach a bit.
Let me show you how…
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Keith is a seasoned market analyst and professional trader with more than 37 years of global experience. He is one of very few experts to correctly see both the dot.bomb crisis and the ongoing financial crisis coming ahead of time - and one of even fewer to help millions of investors around the world successfully navigate them both. Forbes hailed him as a "Market Visionary." He is a regular on FOX Business News and Yahoo! Finance, and his observations have been featured in Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, WIRED, and MarketWatch. Keith previously led The Money Map Report, Money Map's flagship newsletter, as Chief Investment Strategist, from 20007 to 2020. Keith holds a BS in management and finance from Skidmore College and an MS in international finance (with a focus on Japanese business science) from Chaminade University. He regularly travels the world in search of investment opportunities others don't yet see or understand.