This Tech Powerhouse is Outperforming Apple to Be the First Trillion-Dollar Company…

0 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

With the U.S. GDP growth at a measly half percent, the markets are following suit and seeing “no real positive” momentum either, according to Shah who joined Varney & Co on Wednesday. He weighed in on the overall “nervousness” that he believes has set in the economy and advises investors on how to hedge their investments against the upcoming volatility.

Despite this lackluster growth, there’s one tech powerhouse that’s on track to become the first trillion-dollar company. In fact, it just launched a “newsfeed” on its ever-successful platform but it’s censoring content in order to appeal to its huge audience – an audience that makes up one quarter of the world’s population. Now, Shah believes that this decision will not negatively affect its stock price or even its revenue targets instead he believes this company is “going to the moon.”

Shah still backs Apple even with the $500 billion company not meeting Q1 earnings expectations. In fact, he said “from the great dividend to the healthy cash flow, everything about the company is good,” and “there’s no reason the stock can’t go a lot higher.” He has placed a new stock price prediction that he believes it can reach “easily.”

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The “TBTF” Banks Are Threatening the Global Economy Again – Here’s What You Need to Know

4 | By Shah Gilani

The United States and global economic powers increasingly rely on big banks to facilitate government borrowing, fund commercial and consumer loans, underwrite economic growth, and act as originators, principals, and agents in capital markets.

Now that reliance increasingly looks to be the cause of lackluster global growth.

Today, we’ll look at the size of big-banks, their structural issues, and how the need to “socialize” their losses, because of their size, fundamentally retards economic growth.

Then, on Friday, we’ll examine last quarter’s earnings for the biggest banks in the country, and I’ll show you exactly why the big banks are headed for big trouble, and how they could drag the entire global economy down with them.

Let’s start with the most obvious problem…

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