Archive for February, 2015

When Will Apple Be Worth $1 Trillion?

1 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

On Fox Business, Shah chats with Stuart Varney about Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL), Telsa Motors Inc. (Nasdaq: TSLA) and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (NYSE: GS). Who’s overpriced? Who’s a “Buy”? He lets us know.

Of course, he likes Apple.

“I don’t think you could have a portfolio and say you’re fully diversified enough if you don’t have a lot of Apple in it,” Shah says. “There’s nowhere for Apple to go but up.”

So, how soon can Apple be worth $1 trillion?

All We Know Is That a Black Swan Is Coming

13 | By Shah Gilani

Last week I wrote to my trading service subscribers that most of the hurdles facing the stock market were out in front of us, that we could see them, and that as long as the market climbs that “wall of worry” the path of least resistance for stocks, for the moment at least, appears to be up.

However, the known worries aren’t what worry me – it’s the black swans.

That led to a lot of people asking, “What black swans?”…

When It Comes to Wall Street Crooks… Size Matters

5 | By Shah Gilani

If you didn’t read yesterday’s BrokeAndBroker blog by Wall Street lawyer Bill Singer, you should.

In in his earlier life, before he got a life, Singer was an attorney at the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) now known as the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). And his latest blog is titled “A Tale of Two Streets and FINRA’s Disparate Sanctions.”

It’s about a guy named Adam Jensen, who was registered with the FINRA – but isn’t anymore.

Jensen’s tale is interesting, but it’s his example that I’m interested in today…

You Have to Own This One

2 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

This company is sitting on $178 billion in cash, and that number is growing every day. In Shah’s latest appearance on Fox Business, he tackles Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL), the cash-flow-generating machine. And he explains why you need to buy – now – while the price is still cheap.

Just check out the video.

Corruption of the “Innocent”

4 | By Shah Gilani

It’s time to rate the Justice Department.

But before we grade it, I want to go on record with a serious proposal.

I think its name should be changed.

Why? To protect the innocent the department drags through the mud. Where’s the justice in that?

It’s not fair that an outfit with a name like the U.S. Department of Justice has the power to extract billions and billions of dollars in “settlements” from innocent, stalwart U.S. institutions.

So, let’s talk about fairness…