The market’s a mess, investors are in an uproar, and share prices are plummeting. But is Shah Gilani worried? Never.
On his latest appearance on Varney & Co., Shah eases the minds of his readers by reassuring them that nothing has fundamentally changed. Growth is fabulous, and earnings are still in record territory. The Dow isn’t going to hit rock bottom anytime soon, and that bargain-hunting season is just around the corner. What does this mean for your money? Click now to watch…
Last week, it looked like the raging bull market in equities came to a screeching halt.
Don’t believe it. The equity bull market only hit the brakes because it drove full speed into a real wreck: the bond market.
There’s no mystery to it.
It’s not time to worry and definitely don’t panic; there are two sides to this story.
There’s some good news, and there’s some bad news. I’ll give you the heavy stuff first.
The bad news is that there’s more to come; markets aren’t done falling.
But the good news is that stocks will self-correct, and there’s lots of money to be made as markets adjust.
Here’s what happened, what’s next, and how to play this opportunity for profit…
There was big news this week. News about big names and the big stocks that tanked once the headlines started to hit.
Apparently, Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett, and Jamie Dimon are throwing in on some kind of healthcare company. A non-profit, of all things.
While the announcement was heavy enough to sink healthcare stocks (including Express Scripts, CVS, Cigna, Anthem, and some biotechnology companies), details were light. A lot of blind speculation and head-scratching followed.
Don’t bother digging around to see if anything anyone said or wrote about the new venture is particularly enlightening. I already did plenty of digging, and no one’s even close to figuring out what they’re planning.
But I know.
Here’s why Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JPMorgan Chase are partnering up, why their so-called “non-profit” will become a thriving for-profit business, and what their endgame really is…
Everyone’s in a tizzy this week due to the dip in the market, but not everyone is finding this troubling. Is this even really a dip?
On his latest appearance on Varney & Co., Shah Gilani debunks the catastrophe myth and what this week’s volatility means for investors. Later, he reveals which infrastructure stocks he’d bet on, and which stock is hottest when it comes to Microsoft (NasdaqGS:MSFT) and Facebook (NasdaqGS:FB). Click now to watch…