Articles About TV Appearances

Shah Gilani Will NOT Touch This Sector Right Now

0 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

We’re seeing a slight big tech rebound this morning, following yesterday’s big losses. However, the day is still young, and Shah Gilani says he’d like to see the Dow up at least a few hundred points before feeling optimistic.

On this episode of Varney & Co., host Stuart Varney asks Shah what he thinks of the FAANG stocks right now, namely Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL), the culprit that’s leading the market sharply lower. Teetering around $179, the stock is certainly in bear market territory – well on its way to becoming an ideal buy.

Then, Stuart asks Shah if there are any stocks in one hot button sector that Shah would buy right now, and Shah answers with a vehement, “No.” See if you can spot where he drops this statement… Click here to watch.

The Market Psyche Has Changed – What to Do Now

0 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

In a bear market such as what we’ve been experiencing for the past few weeks, it’s hard to justify buying into tech stocks. Even the biggest and baddest of them all – like first-ever $1 trillion company Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL), which slipped below $200 a share – are feeling the heat.

On the latest episode of Varney & Co., Starbucks Corp. (NasdaqGS:SBUX) has announced that it’s laying off 5% of its global workforce in reflection of its steadily slowing sales. Shah Gilani said he’s never been impressed with the company, and that he’d short the stock – because it definitely go lower from here. Speaking of stocks that could drop lower, another Tesla Inc. (NasdaqGS:TSLA) executive has left the company. This could leave the already-wobbly company in a vulnerable state. Do you think that this could send the company’s stock lower? Click here to watch.

Is a Rally in Our Future?

0 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

While we were looking for an already-steep S&P 500 earnings at 22%, it knocked it out of the park with a staggering 29%. Could this be an early sign of a rally before the end of the year? The Varney & Co. panel of financial experts are feeling what we can call “cautiously optimistic” about the outcome.

Then, the experts talk the low cost of oil, and Shah Gilani says that he thinks it has temporarily bottomed out, with some talks coming out of OPEC and Iran. We all may be enjoying some lower gas prices, but if oil production gets cut, that could mean trouble. Later, General Electric (NYSE:GE) is down to a measly $8 a share, but Shah says that this is no time for a long-term buy and hold. The company is drowning in their debt, and it’s only a matter of time before we can add GE’s name to list of companies we’ve watched sink to the bottom… Click here to learn more.

Does the Market Really Care About Your Politics?

1 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

It never ends with Facebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB). The company just escaped the frying pan, and now it’s in the fire. Just this week, the company admitted that it failed to prevent its platform from being used to incite political violence in Myanmar. Despite its stock opening up higher this morning, along with the other FAANG stocks, Facebook has quite the uphill battle to prove it can combat all of these negative incidents.

On this episode of Varney & Co., Shah Gilani changes his usual bullish tune, admitting that he does not believe the market will close higher at the end of the year than where it stands today. He goes on to say that, now that elections are over, with the Democrats pushing against the Republicans, the market may not react positively. Then, Shah explains that he sees a lot of volatility in our future, so hold onto your hats… Click here to watch

What Tomorrow’s Election Could Do to the Market

0 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

Investors have been buzzing for weeks about what will happen to the market once the midterm elections are said and done. Fortunately, you have a panel of financial all-stars – including our very own Shah Gilani – at your disposal.

On this episode of Varney & Co., Shah shares what he believes will happen to the Dow on Wednesday, and the other experts weigh in. Then, Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN) recently announced their plan to let all customers have access to free shipping, which Shah says seals the company’s place as a “loss leader” for the holiday season. Next, Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL) suffered greatly over the past few trading days, and Shah divulges at which levels he would recommending buying the stock. Later, the experts talk about the tech titans that the President could be looking at for possible antitrust violations.Click here to watch

The Worst is Over – For Now

0 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

Today marks the last day of the October 2018, the month that saw the worst market conditions since 2012. The Dow tumbled nearly 1,000 points halfway through the month, and despite overall positive earnings, stocks were hammered again and again. But finally, things seem to be settling down… That is, until mid-term elections.

On the latest installment of Varney & Co., Shah Gilani, despite remaining bullish throughout this “Red October,” says that there’s still a lot of nervousness that the market has yet to recover from. But, as always, situations like these that present investors with ideal buying opportunities – now’s the time to bargain hunt. Then, later on the show, Shah reveals which tech stock he’s ready to get back into, despite its controversy. Click here to watch

A Mark of Desperation or Innovation?

0 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

Though on the surface it seems like a good investment, International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM)’s recent announcement to purchase the cloud computing firm, Red Hat, is raising flags of management issues and potential conflicts could arise therein. Only time will tell if this acquisition is a wise one, or if it’s a mark of desperation on IBM.

Then, on this episode of Varney & Co., Shah Gilani and host Stuart Varney dive into if Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN)’s current dip is enough for Shah to go all-in. But, Shah says, with mid-term elections closing in, the already-wobbling market could have further to fall – providing an ample buying opportunity. Later, Shah reveals which tech titan stocks investors would be smart to jump on now… Click here to watch

Volatility Strikes Back

0 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

You’ve seen it happening – despite stocks seeing some good numbers, the market has turned tail and dragged these otherwise positive profits back down. We’re in a bit of a bearish lull for sure, and investors may be getting antsy.

On this week’s episode of Varney & Co., the panel of experts discuss Target Corp. (NYSE:TGT) making the right move to compete with Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN). Quick, efficient deliverability of products, of course, has been a key player in the appeal of using Amazon over other online marketplaces – and Target recently announced their enabling of free two-day shipping. And with the holidays only weeks away, this could be a game changer for Target…

Then, despite a bearish turn, Shah Gilani tells host Stuart Varney exactly which stock investors should put their money in. In the words of Shah himself, “You can’t not buy it.” What do you think? Click here to watch

Management Mishaps and Misconduct: These Tech Stocks See Some Trouble

0 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

The FAANG stocks – market-leading tech stocks that consist of Facebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB), Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN), Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL), Netflix Inc. (NasdaqGS:NFLX), and Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc. (NasdaqGS:GOOGL) – may be market darlings, but even the best have flaws…

The market’s on the move upward, steadily recovering from the freak drop last week that left many investors scrambling – but not our guy, Shah Gilani. And on today’s episode of Varney & Co., host Stuart Varney picks Shah’s brain for what Shah thinks of three major tech stocks, whether they are worth buying, and if their respective CEOs’ antics will affect the stock prices long-term. What do you think? Click here to watch

Sears: A Cautionary Tale to Retailers

0 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

Another American icon is on the chopping block today as Sears Holdings Corp. (NYSE:SHLD) prepares for an impending, and rather unavoidable, filing for bankruptcy. Following the announcement, the company’s already struggling stock plummeted 32%. And with a massive $11 billion in debt, the future isn’t bright for what was once the cornerstone of American retail.

On this episode of Varney & Co., guest host Charles Payne, Keith Fitz-Gerald, and Shah Gilani discuss the how and the why of Sears’s failure – and if anything could have been done to avoid the collapse. Later, hedge fund manager Bill Ackman has a $1 billion stake in a surprising company – and Shah expresses what he thinks about the stock’s activity.

Then, Shah reveals the only red flag he sees at the present moment. Listen carefully and see if you can catch it. Click here to watch