Articles About TV Appearances

Shah Talks Dow 19K and the Latest Plan to Break Up the TBTF Banks

1 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

Just a few weeks ago, 19,000 on the Dow seemed impossible – but the market continues to surprise post-election.

Speaking on a recent episode of Varney & Co.,Shah told viewers that 19k that is well within reach – and it could come sooner than many think…

Shah also shared his thoughts on a newly proposed plan to break up “Too Big to Fail” banks.

Minnesota Fed President Neel Kashkari’s plan involves increasing the financial stability requirements that would naturally lead to smaller banks with less risky balance sheets.

To hear what Shah has to say about the plan, along with a host of other topics, click below.


Trump’s Election Didn’t Crash Markets – Here’s What Happened Instead

0 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

The day after the election – and the 800-point drop in the Dow Futures overnight – Shah visited the set of Varney & Co. to discuss the aftermath in the financial markets.

Or, rather, the surprising lack thereof.

While markets threatened to tank while the election results rolled in, they rebounded and were up at the open.

To hear what Shah had to say on this historic occasion… just click the link below:


The True State of the Economy – and the Fed’s Next Move

0 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

On Making Money, host Charles Payne asked Shah about what’s really going on with the slow-to-no-growth economy, and how economic anxiety will manifest itself as we approach Election Day.

Shah, of course, was as candid as always.

Just hours before the below clip was recorded, the central bank’s Federal Open Market Committee again announced it would not be raising rates, but continued to suggest that it could do so in December.

Click on the link below for Shah’s comments…


Here’s What the Fed Will Do Come December

0 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

Ahead of the Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee announcement on whether or not it would raise interest rates, Shah joined Varney and Co. to discuss the central bank’s likely course of action before and after the most contentious presidential election in recent memory.

According to Shah, the Fed is telegraphing a December rate hike to give markets ample opportunity to adjust ahead of time.

But if Donald Trump wins the election, an outcome that’s looking increasingly plausible as we approach Election Day, all bets are off.

Click below to hear what Shah had to say…


Forget Apple – These Two Stocks Are the Big Innovators Going Forward

2 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

On a recent episode on Varney & Co., host Stuart Varney put the question to Shah: Is Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) still an innovative company, or are they simply milking the legacy of Steve Jobs?Shah says no – there’s no reason to buy AAPL right now if you don’t own it… and if you do own it, you might want to consider taking profits.

Instead, for the stocks that Shah thinks are going to be the big innovators going forward… just click below:


Here’s What the Markets Are Saying about the Election…

3 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

On a recent episode of Varney & Co., Shah stopped by to talk about what the markets are indicating about the upcoming presidential election. Do the markets think a Hillary Clinton victory is in the offing? Would they prefer a government under the direction of President Trump?

Shah described it in simple terms: a battle between capitalism and socialism.

Here’s what else he had to say…


Rumors Are Swirling Around This Social Media Stock – Again

0 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

It seems that every few months, rumors surface that the poorly monetized (for now) social media network Twitter is a ripe takeover target.

But because of the company’s failure to capture and monetize its global audience the way its main competitor – Facebook – has, it’s hard to calculate Twitter’s value. Not only is it hard to nail down a decent price per share for a prospective buyer, but it’s hard to determine just what Twitter would bring to the table.

Here’s what Shah had to say…


More on the Politics of the Fed

1 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

During Monday night’s presidential debate, GOP nominee Donald Trump said that the Fed was being “more political” than his democratic counterpart Hillary Clinton, which sparked a national conversation about what the Fed actually does.

Shah stopped by a recent episode of Making Money with Charles Payne to talk about his position that the Federal Reserve is – and always has been – a political tool.

Click below for the full video.


Is This Embattled Pharma Stock Now a Buy?

2 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

Ahead of congressional hearings to discuss the recent price boost for the company’s, EpiPen product, Shah speculated that pharmaceutical company Mylan NV (NASDAQ:MYL) could be a buy.

On the morning before the hearing, Shah said that the bad news was already out there, and as a result the stock was hovering just above its 52-week low. He further said that the stock was likely to bounce back – and he would even be looking to buy if it dipped lower during the hearings.

Sure enough, the stock has tacked on 4.74% since.

Shah also discussed Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT), Tesla Motors Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA), the Bayer-Monsanto deal, December’s likely rate hike, and the politicization of the Fed.

Check out the full video below.


Shah: Trump’s Economic Plan Heading in the Right Direction

3 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump revealed his economic plan this week, and while the finer details still need to be ironed out, Shah had good things to say about the fundamentals.

On a recent episode of Varney & Co., he said that cutting taxes and regulation is just what the markets need.

Shah also weighed in on the Bayer-Monsanto buyout, Apple’s disastrous iOS 10 launch, Samsung’s exploding phones, and more.

Click below for the full video.