Nothing stops these markets. If you look away, you’re going to miss something big.
The Dow is growing closer to 23,000 points by the day, just as Shah predicted. Anyone who listened to the bears and sold missed out on a ton of money.
On this week’s Varney & Co., Shah is so confident in the market that he’s paying very little attention to the Dow at 23,000. He has his sights on bigger, loftier goals. He has similar confidence in a couple of other big players in the markets, namely Amazon.Com Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL).
Amazon is in “advanced talks” with a company called Phrame that makes special license plates, which would allow Amazon to make secured deliveries to your car. As Shah puts it: “Amazon is once again ahead of everyone else.” Watch the video to find out how…
If your cybersecurity tech has any signs of weakness, someone will find it because someone is always looking. That’s unfortunate for companies like Yahoo, who revealed this week that all three billion of its users’ data had been breached back in 2013. None of the major companies have been able to figure out just how to ensure that their customers’ data is safe, and the downward trend of the cyber security market is indicative of that.
This week on Varney & Co., Shah Gilani has a busy, lightning-round appearance as the panel of experts discusses everything from cybersecurity to electric vehicles. Though the topics are varied, Shah is certain of one thing: Technology is king.
Also this week, Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) debuted new products in a keynote presentation. The most intriguing is the Google Home portfolio that was created to take on Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) in the burgeoning smart-home markets. Shah notes Google’s uphill battle as Amazon has an early foothold in the market, but he’s sure the company with the best tech will win.
You can be late to a market or industry, but you better have the products to back it up. To get the final word on all this and more, click now to watch…
If the president’s new tax-reform plan goes through, big companies like J.B. Hunt, Ulta Beauty, and PacWest Bancorp are going to be big winners. It’s clear how the new plan benefits big companies, but not so clear is how it will benefit you.
That’s where Shah comes in. In his latest appearance on Making Money with Charles Payne, Shah Gilani tells how the public can make money in the Russell 2000 small-cap index and even on Microsoft. He also notes that any company that currently has a high tax rate will enjoy a substantial decrease with this new plan. Watch the video to find out how…
Abercrombie & Fitch, American Apparel, CVS, JCPenney, Macy’s, and Sears are just some of the large retail brands forced to close stores this year. Earlier this week, Toys”R”Us announced its bankruptcy filing, and analysts predict 25% of all shopping malls will close within the next five years. As increasing numbers of people turn to some form of online shopping, it’s no surprise brick-and-mortar stores are suffering.
In his latest appearance on Varney & Co., Shah Gilani discusses the FOMC meeting, Amazon.Com Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN), and the reasons behind the drastic down-turn in American retail. Amazon might be the figurehead for online shopping, but it’s not solely to blame and neither is online shopping in general. Shah details how mass production and overindulgence played key roles in this “ice age.”
The unfortunate natural disasters in Texas, Florida, and the Caribbean were thankfully not as devastating as many meteorologists had predicted.
That said, as Shah Gilani notes, “There is still a lot we don’t know” regarding the total impact of the storms on the economy and financial markets.
In his latest appearance on Varney & Co., Shah told viewers to expect the market to take some time to recover especially in a historically volatile month like September.
The market is delicate right now. News about total fatalities and property damage from the storms is still forthcoming, and that could shake up what is already an unpredictable month of trading. Florida and Texas are big players in the economy’s growth.
With all the uncertainty in the markets right now, Shah remains a long-term bull.
The markets have climbed substantially since the election, but a lot of that climb was strapped to investor sentiment that believed there would be tax reform. In the absence of progress, it looks like that meteoric rise is slowing down.
During his most recent appearance on Varney & Co., Shah Gilani shared his tactics for being cautious even when you see the market bouncing back. He also discusses the long-term effects of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and just how long it will take until the country recovers.
Shah’s been “extraordinarily bullish” over the past several months – and no one knows that better than Varney & Co. host Stuart Varney, who said “no other analyst on television” has been as gung-ho as Shah.
But now, he’s getting cautious.
The markets still want to go higher – there’s no doubt about that. But there could be some profit-taking in the meantime.
Somehow, politics have had little effect on day-to-day markets. It’s been driven by better earnings and better growth, (both domestically and globally). We have nowhere to go but up. Institutions have nowhere else to go, pension funds have nowhere else to go… Where else would you put your money?
On his latest appearance on Varney & Co., Shah Gilani gives a month-by-month forecast for the next several months. He’s been right so far, so the smart money would listen to what he has to say. He also covers Apple Inc.‘s (NASDAQ:AAPL) latest move, why he’s sticking with Target Corp. (NYSE:TGT), and how he would play Urban Outfitters (NASDAQ:URBN). Click now to watch…
Mark this one down in your history books, folks. On Wednesday, the Dow broke through 22,000… Just as Shah Gilani predicted.
On this historic appearance on Varney & Co., Shah watched his vision come true and said just where he sees the market going next. He also shares what to look forward to with Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Amazon.Com Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) creating more jobs, politics’ effect on the markets, and what the car sales slump means for Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA). Click now to watch…