Keith on CNBC’s Closing Bell

Has confidence in the stock market disappeared? Many are waiting for the inevitable market correction. See what I had to say on the topic when I appeared on Closing Bell. Also, listen to my comments on the Fed’s intrusion on the markets as well as Rick Santelli’s response.



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    Fears of another Black Monday are warranted as the past often tends to repeat itself. There are clear corollaries between the markets of the 1980s and today – but are the comparisons overblown? Here’s what to expect and how to prepare.

    As originally published at Money Morning
    A Map to Turn Fear into Profit
    By KEITH FITZ-GERALD, Chief Investment Strategist, Money Morning

    Last Monday, I shared a chart with Money Map Report subscribers and suggested they may want to batten down the hatches because I saw a 30- to 40-point drop happening by the end of the week.

    Now I want to share that same chart with you plus a new one – and encourage you to do the same thing.

    The shellacking the markets took last Thursday is the most powerful warning sign we’ve seen yet that things are not what they seem in the financial markets. For lack of a better term, it’s a bearish omen, despite Monday’s recovery.

    Today I want to talk about what that means for your money and what you can do about it in the name of protecting your money and, more importantly, the pursuit of profits.

    Contrary to what you might believe, not all bears are bad news.

    Let’s start with the chart….

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      Keith on Bloomberg’s Taking Stock

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      Pimm Fox, Carol Massar and I covered a number of market sectors making news in these jittery times. Included in our discussion were the coal, farming and biotech sectors. We spent some extra time talking about the defense contractors and companies such as Raytheon.



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        Keith on Closing Bell: Does the Fed’s Actions Make This a Buying Opportunity?

        After the release of the Fed Minutes, here is my immediate reaction on whether this is a “stock picker’s market”?

        Also, find out who I believe is really in control of the markets – and it’s not the Fed. However, now is the time for the Fed to seize the opportunity and take action. Rick Santelli followed my comments and succinctly reiterated what we believe the Fed needs to do.



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          Keith on Straight Talk Money: World Markets

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          We left no market “unturned” as the hosts of Straight Talk Money had me discuss the markets in not only the U.S. but Europe, Russia, China and Japan. Listen to why I think China’s slower growth is just white-noise as well as why Japan and China are a lot closer than the media may have you believe.



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