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.
It’s almost here, Election Day that is.
Are you ready?
Do you have all your “ducks in a row?”
Are you swinging for the fences with your candidate and at the same time preparing for the worst?
When it comes to your portfolio, or positioning for the “day after” and what might happen, you need to get your ducks lined up and make sure your hopeful dreams don’t turn into your worst nightmare.
Today, I’m going to give you two stocks I’m buying right now… just in case.
Here’s what to you need to know…
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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 here for Shah’s comments…
We’re nearing the end of what has been the longest presidential campaign in history. And no matter which candidate you’re voting for, the opposition looks like a dangerous choice.
The truth is, as far as the market is concerned, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are both dangerous, for different reasons.
Fortunately, no matter who you’re supporting, whether you’re a republican, or a democrat, or something in between, there are a few smart bets you can make now – and rake in good profits on the election outcome.
Here are the real dangers we’re facing this election…
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 here to hear what Shah had to say…