Bayer AG (OTC:BAYRY) is under fire now as a jury found that a man developed cancer from exposure to Roundup weed killer. This is the second case to go to trial over the allegations – and there are more than 11,000 pending lawsuits that claim the same. And according to Shah Gilani on Varney & Co. this morning, an 11% drop in stock price is only the beginning of the hardships to come for Bayer… Click here to watch.
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When it comes to the FAANG Stocks – Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google – plus Microsoft, it can be difficult to choose which one of these heavy hitters to invest in. But with Microsoft being about 2.5% away from its all-time high and being the most resilient amidst the turbulence of October through December 2018, Shah Gilani says that Microsoft would be the one to buy… Click here to watch.
Unsurprisingly, the markets are dead flat this morning as they hang on every word that comes from Washington and China. As our very own Shah Gilani has said multiple times on Fox Business’s Varney & Co., he believes that the markets will remain flat until we get a deal – and a positive one, at that. Once the news hits, it’ll be enough to move the market higher… Click here to watch.
You’d think that after the privacy violation scandals Facebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB) had itself tangled in last year (and still hasn’t fully recovered from), other big tech names would exercise a bit more caution.
On this week’s episode of Varney & Co., the panel of experts, including our very own Shah Gilani, discuss how Alphabet Inc. (NasdaqGS:GOOGL) apparently did not heed Facebook’s cautionary tale. Just last week, news broke that Google’s home security device, Nest, had microphones planted within it – unbeknownst to customers. Why Google didn’t let its customers in on the secret is a mystery, and this seedy situation could spell danger for the stock as the story unfolds… Click here to watch.
The market clearly wants to go up; today’s high of the Dow came close to scraping the high we saw in early November. All factors are pointing to a positive climb upward – the only potential inhibitor being China. On this Wednesday’s episode of Varney & Co., Shah Gilani believes that we will get some sort of superficial deal with China and it will propel the market higher. Later, Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN) could be on the brink of something HUGE that you won’t want to miss… Click here to watch.
The market clearly wants to go up after the rough patch that was December 2018. January was a glimmer of hope, and after ten consecutive weeks of outflows from ETFs and mutual fund products, Shah Gilani believes that money is looking to the market – and if the rally continues, it’ll jump back in.
On this episode of Varney & Co., the panel of experts discuss go on to discuss what Amazon.com Inc. (NasdaqGS:AMZN)’s first-mover advantage may have had on Walmart Inc. (NYSE:WMT)’s recent grocery delivery problems. It’s no secret that Amazon’s strength greatly weakens other companies, and with Walmart willingly bowing out of the agreement they had with their partnerships, this may not bode well for Walmart’s ability to keep up with the trends… Click here to learn more.
Following President Trump’s State of the Union address, the agenda of which he stated was neither Republican or Democrat, but was one of “the American people,” it seems that nothing, so far, that he said will push the market one way or the other.
On today’s episode of Varney & Co., in reference to last night’s address, Shah Gilani goes on to say that had the President said something more positive about China, the market may have opened stronger today. Moving straight into some of the market’s tech darlings, host Stuart Varney asks Shah what he thinks about Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL) and one company that Shah warns could be hit hard if it keeps raising costs… Click here to watch.
Apple Inc. (NasdaqGS:AAPL) reported dazzling earnings yet again, shooting the stock back into the $160-$163 range. This is the highest the stock’s climbed since the brutal volatility of October 2018, and our Shah Gilani agrees with many Apple spectators – this stock is definitely a buy right now.
On this week’s episode of Varney & Co., Shah Gilani and the panel of experts discuss the latest on Facebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB). Though the company allegedly paid teens to install an app that could collect information – but, as Shah says, the people involved knew what they were signing up for, so he doesn’t see this as something that will affect the stock. Later, with the cold front already striking multiple cities across the U.S., the experts debate on what this frigid weather could do to one sector’s impending earnings… Click here to watch.
The most important thing for the market right now is China – and without a note of some resolution, Shah Gilani says that the President needs to do something to push the market higher. If we get a deal with China, the market could set the stage for a further rally. But if nothing happens, a big tank could be ahead.
On this week’s episode of Varney & Co., the hot question of the hour is what’s more important right now – earnings or China? Easily, according to Shah Gilani, it’s China, because if no resolution comes, these tariffs could morph into a full-fledged trade war, which is exactly what the market doesn’t need right now. Later, the panel of experts talk Tesla Inc. (NasdaqGS:TSLA). The company plans to raise the price of its electric vehicles, which Shah declares is a terrible move – but, he mentions, could present a good shorting opportunity if TSLA stock drops lower… Click here to watch.
Despite a rough end to 2018, we’re off to a good start in the New Year. If earnings come out positively, that will be a boost in the right direction for stocks. Though, says Shah Gilani, we are at critical levels right now on the major indexes, if the Dow stays above 24,000 and the NASDAQ stays above 7,000, he’s all in.
On this episode of Varney & Co., host Stuart Varney, Shah Gilani, and the panel of experts discuss how the incredible defeat of Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal will affect the U.S. It’s a “non-event” to us, Shah says, and if there is a hard Brexit, he believes that the U.S. market, which is the strongest market in the world, will soar higher as money moves over here. Then, later, the experts discuss the fate of social media favorite Snap Inc. (NasdaqGS:SNAP) as its Chief Financial Officer, Tim Stone, leaves the company (and $19 million) after just eight months. What does this mean for Snap and its users? It may not be good news… Click here to watch.