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The Dow is closing in on 23,000, but Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald is thinking bigger.
He's looking for three ingredients to make a "magic recipe" for a big end-of-year rally.
We're entering the final earnings season of the year, and early indications look good.
Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald joined FOX Business Network to tell us what he sees ahead.
Amid all the brouhaha in Washington over the failed healthcare bill and threats of nuclear war from North Korea, Trump's promised tax cuts may have to come later rather than sooner.
Apple unveiled its new iPhones on Tuesday, prompting the question: when will its market cap hit $1 trillion?
Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald joins Stuart Varney to let us know his prediction.
A panelist on FOX Business Network's "Varney & Co." discounts retail stocks that have to compete with Amazon and Wal-Mart.
But for Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald, that's not going far enough.
Tesla's Model 3 may not be as inexpensive as previously advertised.
But Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald explains that the real value of Tesla stock is not in its vehicles.
A surge in Apple stock after a strong earnings report pushed the Dow to 22,000 on Wednesday.
Investors were encouraged by better-than-expected iPhone sales and net income.
In spite of a bull market, some analysts are negative on top tech stocks like Facebook and Amazon. Should investors be concerned, or is this just empty talk?
According to Peter Schiff, corporate stock buybacks will eventually tank the stock market.
Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald is at FreedomFest right now - the largest gathering of free minds to meet and celebrate great ideas and great thinkers.
You can meet him - and get his insight on the most impactful events affecting investors today and in the months ahead.
The Fed-obsessed markets have done a good job of ignoring this bizarre, turbulent presidential election cycle, but last week's "October Surprise" and the debate following almost immediately after have actually re-oriented the markets; they're "waking up" to the election and will be increasingly affected by it from now 'till Nov. 8.
So FOX Business' "Varney & Co." invited our Chief Investment Strategist (and frequent FBN commentator) Keith Fitz-Gerald onto the show to tell everyone why this turn in the markets' attention is so important for everyone's money - and why the makeup of Congress makes an outsized impact on investing. At times like these, people can make missteps that can cost them serious money, or have them walking away from upside, so Keith wanted to make sure everyone got the chance to see this interview...
The new rules from the U.S. Treasury and Congress on tax inversions will hurt U.S. corporate profits.
The Allergan/Pfizer deal makes these problems clear.
Blue-chip tech stocks were some of the biggest growth catalysts for the bull market we exited in January. That was the longest bull market since World War II, which lasted six years.
Now we've entered a bear market. And it's sent the Nasdaq down 17% from its July highs.
Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) and Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) are already down 11% and 26% this year, respectively.
At a meeting with Congress on Wednesday, U.S. Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen reiterated the Fed's plan to raise interest rates in the months ahead.
But her words also showed a hint of doubt.
Yellen discussed several concerns about the economy that could make the Federal Reserve hesitate on the timing of rate hikes. She also reemphasized the Fed's willingness to experiment with controversial monetary policy tools, including negative interest rates.
Keith Fitz-Gerald was on CNBC's "Word on the Street" discussing the best investments if the Fed raises interest rates.
A recent Goldman Sachs report calls into question Keith's suggestion that Apple will see little impact from a rate increase.
Alibaba stock was dealt another huge blow this weekend when Barron's wrote a report saying the Chinese e-commerce company's stock could drop another 50%.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) was down another 3.2% in afternoon trading following the report. Alibaba stock is now down nearly 40% this year to $62.50.
An interest rate increase is the biggest topic for Fed officials during this week's two-day FOMC meeting on Wednesday and Thursday.
While many economists believe the Federal Reserve should hold off on raising interest rates this month, Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald says investors shouldn't assume the Fed will make the smartest decision.
Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald talked U.S. Federal Reserve policy with "Varney & Co." host Stuart Varney on FOX Business Monday morning.
What an excellent time to go shopping for high-quality dividend-paying stocks...
While market low times are great for dividends, some stocks should be sold.
Yesterday Keith sat down on FOX News while the markets roiled and distilled a very simple message about what's going wrong in Greece.
It's not primarily a political problem; it's a mathematical one. And until Greece - and an alarming number of Western governments, including the U.S. - realize that, the chaos will only continue.
Shake Shack stock (NYSE: SHAK) is way over-hyped. In fact, it reminds us of another far-too-anticipated stock that met an unfortunate end not long ago.
The particular stock of which we're thinking died off because of a diet fad.