Many market watchers were blindsided by the strong market rally we’ve been seeing in the past couple of months. And even more are scrambling to figure out what the markets have in store in the coming weeks.
But not Shah Gilani. Not only did he see the Trump-fueled rally coming, he’s already talking about what’s going to happen now that the new administration is in power.
On this latest appearance in Making Money, Shah tells Charles Payne what’s coming next.
If you’re looking for opportunities to buy into this rally and still make money, Shah Gilani has the answer for you. On this latest appearance at Varney & Co, he shares three positions the average investor can still get into that have not yet been affected by the Trump Bump.
Stuart Varney also asks Shah if he wants to stand behind his comments predicting a possible Dow 21,000 before the end of the year…
We are a breath away from making history, and the rally shows no signs of stopping. On this latest episode of Varney & Co, Shah was asked what he recommends new investors keep their eye on while the Dow continues to soar.
To see what Shah has to say about Vodafone, Sturm Ruger & Co, and more… click here.
After a campaign season in which Donald Trump went after American companies – specifically tech companies – for stashing both jobs and cash overseas, Varney & Co. host Stuart Varney asked Shah point-blank about news that Trump will meet with tech companies in New York on December 14. Stuart said it appeared as though Trump was preparing to “strong-arm” the industry.
Shah pointed out that unlike the Carrier deal or the incident regarding Boeing, Trump was reaching out to an entire industry, and that his approach could help repatriate billions in cash and lead to the creation of thousands of jobs.
The markets are in uncharted territory, with the Dow marching toward 21,000, you may be wondering which stocks are still a buy at these new all-time highs. On this latest episode of Varney & Co, Shah gave his thoughts on three stocks that are potential buys for the savvy investor.
Before tackling the stock market, the discussion gets into Trump’s Treasury and Commerce picks – Steve Mnuchin and Wilbur Ross.