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  • Shah Gilani Apr 26, 2022
    Don’t Follow the Crowd: AMZN Is Still Investment Worthy

    The supply chain nightmare is catching up to e-commerce heavyweight (AMZN).

    This time last year, analysts’ consensus estimates put AMZN’s earnings per share (EPS) at $15.79. In anticipation of this Thursday’s earnings report, that estimate fell 40%. That’s a huge year-over-year crunch – one that made some investors sell one of the best long-term investments out there.

    As I mentioned in Monday’s Watchlist, sometimes the best way to profit is by going against the grain. Now, I’m saying it again. Don’t follow the crowd.

    If Amazon reports EPS below $9.22, buy the dip – and I’ll tell you why in today’s video.

  • Shah Gilani Apr 25, 2022
    When Your NFLX Trades Go Against the Grain, You Could Reap 100% Gains

    Sometimes, the best short-term trades are simply a matter of going against the grain.

    When everybody is on one side of a trade, there comes a point when the best risk/reward scenario comes from betting against the herd. Legendary investor Jim Rogers compares this to everyone getting one side of a boat. When that happens, he says you probably want to be on the other side of that same boat…

    Or risk getting dumped in the water as the boat tips.

    Speaking of investors all being on one side of the boat, Wednesday was a pretty darn spectacular day where Netflix Inc. (NFLX) is concerned. The company reported results for the first quarter that missed various estimates, and the stock dropped nearly 40% before rebounding slightly in early Friday trading.

    That’s what I call a serious beatdown. An overblown beatdown, at that, but we can use it to our advantage.

    Click here to learn just how to play NFLX to reap 100% gains.

  • Shah Gilani Apr 22, 2022
    Precious Metals are a Waste of Your Capital, Invest in These Banks Instead

    There was a running theme this week in the stocks you sent me: metals.

    Gold, silver… precious metals that everyone expected to pop with the war in Ukraine raging on – but that’s not what’s happening. Frankly, GLD, GDX, and SLV are a waste of your capital right now. There may be a little bit more upside to each, so put your trailing stops in place, take your profits, and get out.

    There are better places to put your money, including an ETF trade and a few of my favorite banks.

    Check out my video below to learn more or click here to read today’s transcript.

  • Shah Gilani Apr 21, 2022
    Don’t Buy Increasing Predictions of a Recession: Do This Instead

    More analysts, economists, and former Federal Reserve officials are predicting a recession – one that will stagger the U.S. economy. That’s frightening investors into selling profitable positions and going to the sidelines.

    I say they’re wrong, and getting out of the market now is a mistake, and I’m telling you why in today’s edition of Total Wealth.

    Read on to learn just what these recession hawks are saying, why they’re saying it, what the reality is, and how to trade recession fears.

  • Shah Gilani Apr 19, 2022
    Buy a Slice of this $300 Tech Stock at Any Price

    This company is one of my favorites. It’s a mega cap company with a capitalization over $2 trillion. Its revenue on a trailing-twelve-month basis is $185 billion. Its profit margin is 38.5%… and it’s still growing. There is no reason …

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  • Shah Gilani Apr 18, 2022
    The Fractional Shares Revolution

    Let me tell you: My first job on Wall Street was with the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) in the early 1980s – just before the start of the great bull market… So I’ve been doing this for a very …

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  • Shah Gilani Apr 18, 2022
    Use this Strategy to Reap 100% Profits as These Two Stocks Drop

    I said it once; I’ll say it again: inflation has not reached its peak.

    While some investors and traders are piling back into the stock market – misguided by news claiming that March’s sky-high inflation measures were as bad as inflation would get – veteran companies watching the markets won’t be so reckless.

    That’s one of the reasons I’m watching The Coca-Cola Company (KO).

    The company will report Q1/2022 results on April 25. As we get closer to that date, the stock has been in an almost perfect upward trend, gaining 14% since March 10, 2022.

    For the quarter, analysts expect Coca-Cola to report revenue and earnings of $9.82 billion and $0.58 per share, which would represent year-over-year increases of 8.9% and 5.45%, respectively.

    Based on the company’s history, I expect it will beat estimates.

    But, I’m focused on forward guidance and whether or not the company believes it can pass along higher input costs to the consumer.

    I think the company will err on the side of caution and tamp down forward guidance in the face of inflation that’s running very hot.

    And I think that could cause a pause in the recent rally – and present us with our next play.

    Click here to start your week with a free KO and NKE trade.

  • Shah Gilani Apr 15, 2022
    Your Latest Buy, Sell, or Hold Now Available (Transcript Inside)

    This week, Twitter, Delta, and JP Morgan Chase have all been in the spotlight – and many of you are asking: What should we do with these stocks? Buy? Sell? Or hold on to our shares? Well, in today’s BS.H, …

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  • Shah Gilani Apr 14, 2022
    The Latest in Fake News: Inflation Has Peaked

    On Tuesday, when the March reading of the headline Consumer Price Index (CPI) came out hot, but a tad less than jacked up expectations, stocks rallied. On Wednesday, when the Producer Price Index (PPI) came out hotter than hot, stocks …

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  • Shah Gilani Apr 12, 2022
    Plant Your Love and Let It Grow with this Fertilizer Stock

    Fertilizer prices are through the roof.

    According to the USDA, over the past year, urea, liquid nitrogen, and anhydrous ammonia (three kinds of commonly fertilizers) grew 149%, 192%, and 235%, respectively. For farmers worldwide, this unexpected consequence of the Russia-Ukraine War has a steep cost – but they will pay it.

    Why? Because they have no other choice. They need it and, as a result, fertilizer companies are hitting it out of the park, especially the one I am recommending in today’s video.

    Click the video below to learn how to play CF Industries, or click here to read the transcript.

  • Shah Gilani Apr 11, 2022
    Russian Threat to U.S. Cyber Security Will Send This Company into Hyperdrive

    With sanctions on Russia ramping up, security experts warn that a retaliatory cyber-fight could be coming to the West. Whether or not a full-blown cyberwar with Russia ever materializes doesn’t matter from a short-term trading perspective. All that matters is …

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  • Shah Gilani Apr 07, 2022
    Don’t Fall for Fake News About the Inverted Yield Curve

    Claims that we’re 100% heading into a recession (because the never-wrong inverted yield curve says so) are fake news. This time the recession indicator is wrong.

    The yield curve is a simple concept. It shows graphically what different maturity bonds pay investors in terms of the yield (or interest rate) they pay.

    Super short maturity instruments, like the fed funds rate (the interest rate banks charge each other when they lend money), yield very little because the loan is only overnight. The risk of default in a day is infinitesimally small. The yield on a 6-month T-Bill would be higher due to investors lending money to the government for 6-months also wanting more interest. The yield on a 2-year Treasury note would be higher because of the longer maturity of the loan. The 10-year yield would be higher still. And so on, out to 30-year bonds.

    When graphed, these yields typically slope upwards like the Treasury yield curve shown below.

    The yield curve is said to be inverted any time the yield on a shorter-dated maturity is higher than a longer-dated maturity instrument – in other words, a reversal of the chart above. What everyone’s panicking about was an inversion of the U.S. Treasury 2-year note and U.S Treasury 10-year bond (referred to as the 2s and 10s in Wall Street Parlance).

    Over the past 30-days, the yield curve (as measured by 2s and 10s) has inverted a couple of times. At some points, this inversion was only by a few points or a few tenths of a percent, but an inversion nonetheless.

    And this is concerning to some because, historically, whenever the curve inverts (even by a tiny amount), a recession follows. That’s what’s making headlines now.

    The graph below shows the spread between 2s and 10s in the blue line. Whenever the spread goes negative, a recession (the gray longitudinal bars) occurs. So, it’s been a pretty good indicator so far.

    But dare I say, “this time is different.”

    Click here to learn why and how to position yourself to play what’s really happening.

  • Shah Gilani Apr 05, 2022
    China is ‘Uninvestable’? Not When This Tech Stock Has a 100% Profit Potential

    Last year, some analysts condemned Chinese stocks listed on U.S. exchanges as ‘uninvestible.’ But I didn’t buy that claim. Yes, Chinese regulators had sent a clear message to those companies: You can’t do anything we don’t want you to do. …

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  • Shah Gilani Apr 04, 2022
    Ride High on These Three Chinese Stocks As Retail Drives Them Higher

    It has been two years since then-U.S. President Donald Trump vowed to hold foreign companies accountable, demanding audited financials from all companies listed on U.S. exchanges – including the Chinese ones which, until then, didn’t have to submit audited financial and never did.

    The response to this policy became a “cold war” fought on the front-lines of securities trading. High-quality stocks like BABA, DIDI, and NIO, some of my favorites to come out of China, were beaten down. IPOs were postponed. But, regardless of Chinese Central Government’s retaliation, the deadline was set.

    All non-compliant businesses would be removed from the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq by 2024 – and it seems that Chinese authorities have started to give in.

    On Friday, investors learned that they are preparing to give U.S. regulators full access to auditing reports of the majority of the 200-plus companies listed in New York, as soon as this Summer.

    There’s no way of knowing how serious Chinese authorities are, regarding the matter, but that didn’t stopped traders from driving shares of Chinese stocks higher in Friday’s session.

    Given the fact that Chinese stocks have been significantly beaten down over the last 18 months, I think we have a pretty good short-term trading opportunity to catch a ride as retail traders look for new trades.

    Click here to grab three moves to make on Chinese Stocks.

  • Shah Gilani Apr 01, 2022
    Close the Books on Deutsche Bank, Put Your Money Where It Really Counts

    Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine has made waves throughout the world, politically and financially – and they are taking their toll.

    It is looking grim for European economies and a recession may be on its way.

    In the last week, German economists have urged business and households to dramatically cut back their energy use. Christine Lagarde, president of the European Central Bank, went so far as to tell European households to become more pessimistic and cut back on spending.

    To those of you asking me about the European finance sector, here’s your answer: don’t touch it with the ten-foot pole. There is a better option that could bolster your portfolio.

    Watch the video below to learn more or…

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