Editor’s Note: As Chief Investment Strategist of Total Wealth, Shah believes in making his track record of recommendations easily accessible to all readers within seconds – and that’s why he’s compiled an Archives page.
Sep 13, 2021
The age of the cubicle has come to an end, for better or for worse.
Over the past few weeks, multiple business giants, including a favorite of mine Microsoft Corp. (MSFT), have declared that working from home is the new normal. Hundreds of thousands of employees, if they are able, are now indefinitely working from the comfort (or noisy discomfort) of their own homes.
That’s great for the companies, sure. Bit of a money saver, since they don’t have to keep the lights on back at corporate.
This work-from-home tech stock is bruised and beaten. Share values keep sinking and now, more than ever, is a fantastic time to buy in.
Sep 09, 2021
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Sep 08, 2021
Click here to download the PDF version The first time I met Fox Business star Stuart Varney was around 2010 – when I appeared on his show as an invited guest in New York City. During an off-camera chat, Varney …
Sep 07, 2021
Welcome back from the long weekend! I hope it was a great one for you, but after a weekend of sun it’s time to get back to work making trades and, better yet, making money. The steal I have for …
Sep 06, 2021
The main thing I’m watching, right now, is Robinhood Markets Inc. (Nasdaq: HOOD), more specifically, how HOOD is trading in light of comments from SEC Chairman Gary Gensler claiming that the elimination of payment for order flow was “on the table.”
If the phrase payment for order flow (PFOF) is new to you, it won’t be for long.
PFOF is how discount brokerages such as Robinhood, Fidelity, Schwab, and TD Ameritrade can provide commission-free trading.
You never fail to send me fantastic stocks. Everything from the mega caps to the micro caps are phenomenal, and your interest in the markets in positively energizing.
So, this week, to match your energy, I decided to give you a mega-BS.H. Six new plays, including special buy instructions of a controversial stock that you’ll want to own before the day is done.
I started my career back in 1982 on the floor of the Chicago Board Options Exchange, trading options on big-name stocks – which, back then, were the only stocks that had options to trade. And I saw and learned a …
Today’s stock you will want to grab before noon today has it all.
Every single one of my favorite cyber security stocks are wrapped up in this one ETF, which continues to break more and more personal records as it climbs the wall of worry.
Aug 30, 2021
In this week’s installment of meme-stock-mania, I want to draw your attention to Support.com Inc. (Nasdaq: SPRT). Shares of the cloud-based customer support company jumped more than 182.58% in Friday’s pre-market session. By the time the market opened, sentiment cooled (a little), and the stock ended up opening Friday’s session up 96.14% on the day. For the week, shares of SPRT gained nearly 420%.
What drove those gains? Nothing more than internet chatter and an orchestrated short-squeeze.
Friday’s move was great if you were one of the traders who got into the stock prior to last week’s trading. But if you missed that move, you probably want to steer clear of the stock, completely, because there’s no easy way to trade the stock without leaving yourself open to outsized risk.
Aug 27, 2021
In this week’s BS.H, I’ve got ten new moves for you to make on watchlist stocks you’ve sent to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Two buys… two sells… and much more. So, to help me discuss it all, I decided to bring in a special guest.
Usually, I come to you Tuesday mornings with a fractional shares opportunity – expensive stocks worth over $1,000 per share that, thanks to an ongoing investing revolution, are now affordable for everyone.
But this Tuesday, I wanted to spice things up a little bit with some Brazilian flare. This stock is trading for less than $10, but has the potential to reach the same highs as Wall Street darlings like Amazon.
Micro caps, or petite companies valued at less than $300 million, are becoming all the rage among investors – and I love that. These companies are the underdogs of the investing world that, if played right, can make you a filthy rich once they burst forth their true potential.
That’s why I want to start you off with Surgalign Holdings Inc (SRGA). On August 6, 2021, the spine-related micro-cap medical technology company, reported Q2/2021 results that included total global revenue of $24.8 million, which represented a 21% increase over the same period a year ago. Earnings for the quarter were a $0.09 loss, which was considerably better than estimates that called for a $0.12 loss for the period.
Those aren’t bad numbers, but on the same day shares sold off as much as 18.5% in a single session. Since then, though, the stock has rebounded to the upside, filling that initial gap, and then some.
This morning, the BS.H is getting a refresh. No mixed bags, no wall of worry, just nine straight buys you need in your portfolio ASAP, courtesy of the electrification revolution.
The disaster in Afghanistan.
A surge in the Delta variant – with Lambda right behind.
Economic-growth reports that came in on the “light” side.
Inflation’s return from the dead.
Myriad problems with a root cause in China.
A bond market that’s trying to trick us.
And the list goes on.
For investors like you and me, there sure seems to be a lot to worry about these days.
And new worries seem to surface every week.
But don’t drink the hemlock just yet.
In the face of all those worries, U.S. stocks just keep climbing this so-called “Wall of Worry” – and remain in record territory.
Today I’m going to show you why that’s happening. And I’ll share a “Wall of Worry” stock play that’ll keep climbing, too.
Better still: This stock offers more than one path to a big-payoff destination.
But let’s first understand what the “Wall of Worry” is, why it’s actually a good thing, and the “false narrative” that’s causing the confusion.