The Dow is reclaiming the ground it lost from the several hundred-point losses it suffered in the beginning of February, and investors who ran scared are now wondering if they should start trickling their capital back into the markets.
On his latest appearance on Varney & Co., host Stuart Varney and Shah talk about what long-term investors should do in this period of volatility, whether or not the market will correct itself in the near future, and where the capital will now go. And, most shockingly, Shah reveals when he believes the Dow will hit a staggering 50,000. Click here to watch…
After Tuesday’s issue, our inbox was flooded with some amazing reader questions that I couldn’t wait to answer. While some asked about last week’s Fossil Group (NasdaqGS:FOSL) trade, most people asked questions about trading strategy basics that I’m more than happy to cover.
I’m always excited to get your feedback, and always ready to answer your questions. If you didn’t get a chance to ask something before this issue, you can send me a message here.
Following the long weekend, most are scrambling to check their 401(k)s after the market’s most recent swing upwards. But is market volatility out of the woods yet? This week on Varney & Co., Shah Gilani weighs in on how he sees the Dow, tech stocks, and investors reacting to this positive news.
He also shares his play on a tanking restaurant company that sees a 24% increase despite plummeting sales, the experts examine what Walmart Inc. (NYSE:WMT) is up to, and if Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL) should be worried about the impending addition of a new mobile payment competitor. Click here to watch…
Truth be told, we’ve seen more than just a few tricks like that over the past year.
Last week’s huge winning trade was a record for me, and it was a record for the financial gurus that are part of the famed Money Map team.
The gain was a 1,156% return on half of a call option position on Fossil Group (NasdaqGS:FOSL) we got into on January 31, 2018, only two weeks earlier. We took off the other half of the position a day later for a 1,140% gain.
And that record I crushed was set by a 995% gain last year… By me, for my Zenith subscribers.
In truth, the way I pick my trades isn’t magic. The rabbit was always in the hat, I just know how to find it time and time again.
The main thing concerning many investors right now is the fluctuating inflation and interest rates. But Shah Gilani, the eternal bull in this bearish market, assures his readers that this is nothing to worry about.
On his latest appearance on Varney & Co., Shah Gilani and colleague Keith Fitz-Gerald are back at it again to discuss what investors should be focusing on in the steadily calming market. CPI numbers are keeping some from buying shares now, but a new deal brewing in the tech industry could skyrocket one popular stock’s price very soon. Click here to watch…
The wild swings we see in the stock market aren’t the result of volatility.
Volatility results from the wild swings, not the other way around.
One thing investors don’t understand is, the VIX (the CBOE Volatility Index, sometimes called the market’s “fear gauge”) isn’t predictive. It isn’t a leading indicator; it isn’t telling us what the future holds. It’s misleading.
If you didn’t know that, chances are you may not understand what’s really causing wild market swings.
Buying, selling, both, neither? Shah Gilani knows exactly what an investor should do in this situation, and he’s ready to share with you what he will and won’t do during a brief market dip.
On his latest appearance on Varney & Co., Shah along with colleague at Money Map Press, Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald, address what they think the market will do, whether or not they’re buying or selling this week, and which stocks they’d like to see go lower. Because when the market recovers from their tantrum this week, a few elite stocks will see an increase for the books. Click here to watch…