We’re nearing the biggest shopping day of not just the season, but the entire year, so all eyes are on retail. More than ever, there are two clear sides of the retail coin: one side finds success in adjusting to and attracting modern consumer interests, the other is the downtrodden failing to make it happen in the eCommerce status quo. Only one retail stock leads with 90% gains just this year, and it’s set to go much higher… Click here to watch!
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Markets are keeping to the status quo. News of impeachment hearing will have no impact on market. News of Fed announcement probably won’t have much grit to have long lasting effects. Essentially, these movements aren’t unprecedented, and markets will move past it all. What actually does have power to move markets and move money for investors is the streaming war. When Varney asked me which streaming stock I would buy, I gave one clear winner, among the ever growing and overcrowding choices. Watch here for which one, it could surprise you… Click here to watch.
I admitted that I was wrong on national television. Varney called me out for predicting 6 months ago that benchmarks could be down more than 10%, but just this week we reached yet another all-time high. I’m back to being optimistic, but still cautious with the economy looking good overall. So things are rosy for now, but no one out there is talking about the one thing the Fed must do, so watch here where I explain exactly what I mean…
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I’m not one to give high praise to just any company. So when I say that I liked everything I heard from Apple’s launch of a new product line, especially lowering the prices just enough to get phones in everybody’s hand, well, it’s just brilliant. But just because one company is doing well that doesn’t mean that the rest of the market is off the hook, especially since we simply can’t ignore the Fed and Trump battle. While the Fed doesn’t want to be pushed around by the president, we have bigger problems that need to be addressed to help America, and it’s not cutting interest rates. Check out here the video below.Click here to watch.
On national television this morning, I shared what you already knew almost two weeks ago: The European economy is in big, and I mean real big, trouble. Over the past few weeks, I’ve laid out exactly how bad the economy in Europe is getting here, especially with how the European Central Bank is in dire circumstances dealing with the big scandals of Deutsche Bank, which you can read again here. Now see for yourself here how America will profit from Europe that made even Nigel Farage, the leader of the Brexit Party, chuckle… Click here to watch.
In this morning’s appearance on Varney & Co., while everyone agreed the “Streaming War” was heating up as Comcast and Disney move to challenge the status quo, the rest of the panel was shocked by my bold prediction of who will be the ultimate loser.
In fact, check it out here below to see exactly my breakdown of how things won’t go exactly as planned for the biggest streaming giant of them all. Click here to watch.
A few weeks back, Shah Gilani predicted that the Dow could go down 10% – and he’s sticking to it. While stocks are clearly trying to make new highs, Shah’s doubtful that this will last. There has been too much of a battle between the Presidents, and Shah thinks that a trade deal may not come as a result. And because of that, he believes the markets are going to sell off… Click here to watch.
We’ve seen many a positive headline on trade and positive development at the Federal Reserve, but does that merit the rebound we’re seeing? Perhaps, but we’re not out of the woods yet. This morning on Varney & Co., host Stuart Varney and Shah Gilani discuss Shah’s bet that we’d seen a 10% decrease if a trade deal wasn’t finalized. Shah goes on to say that although we haven’t hit 10% yet, the market could continue back down if the China trade talks remain at a stalemate… Click here to watch.
Yesterday morning, retail stocks were hit hard – a result of the China tariffs. And Shah Gilani says that this bashing isn’t over yet; in fact, it could get uglier. But this isn’t necessarily bad news. Right now, think of these retail stocks as being “on sale,” and should be considered some great buying opportunities… Click here to watch.
For years, Shah Gilani has been the perma-bull, the raging bull, and even the reluctant bull. But now, recent market volatility has Shah Gilani feeling like this could be the beginning of the end for the bull market. And until there is any resolution with the China trade situation, you could say this market’s not in Kansas anymore… Click here to watch.