Keith Fitz-Gerald


Keith Fitz-Gerald: The Perils of Underestimating Complexity & Mispricing Risk

Magical thinking is dangerous
Saturday, August 25, 2012, 10:16 AM

"If you’re rich you get a bailout. If you’re poor you get a handout. And if you’re middle class you get left out. " That's not a sustainable way to run the system, exclaims investment strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald.

A cancer at the core of our current economy is the magical thinking, "no pain, all gain" philosophy, pursued by those running it. They are doing all they can to remove the consequences of failure from the system -- not realizing that failure plays an essential 'waste-clearing' function of a healthy free market.

Without the discipline of Darwinism, the individual actors in the system make all sorts of malinvestments that would never make sense in an efficient marketplace. But since the losses from these inane pursuits are socialized, there's no incentive to stop making them. At least, up until the point where the class who's back is burdened with paying for the socialized messes finally breaks. » Read more


Keith Fitz-Gerald

Keith Fitz-Gerald

Keith Fitz-Gerald is the Chairman of the Fitz-Gerald Group, as well as the Chief Investment Strategist for Money Map Press, where his daily analysis reaches 500,000 readers in 35 countries.

Keith has worked with think tanks around the world using his expertise in the science of complexity and in non-linear trends in the financial markets, to help policy makers predict future events, and prepare for them.

Keith's investigations have resulted in him predicting the 2008 oil shock, the credit default swap crisis that helped bring about the recession, and also the Greek and European fiscal catastrophe that is still wreaking havoc to this day.

His research into the coming resource wars has also made him a leading authority on determining where the next global conflicts will arise and what their trigger points will be.


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Money Map Press: Pyramid Scheme Video

An experiment to reach a brand new audience
Friday, August 17, 2012, 12:31 AM

I recently spent three days with a 12-member film crew, Dr. Kent Moors, Keith Fitz-Gerald, and the Money Map publishing team to create a 78-minute video organized around the central ideas in the Crash Course.

It is now live and being marketed to the world, and it is important to me that you understand the reasoning and context behind this effort. Before I do, I just want to say that I am quite pleased with both the production quality and message fidelity of the final product. » Read more