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  • Shah Gilani Jun 22, 2020
    The Stock Market’s New Balancing Act Front and Center

    The stock market is now up on a high wire, balancing where it’s come from against new winds buffeting it from underneath and above.

    Here’s what’s front and center and what could push the market either way.

    While two weeks ago was scary, especially watching stocks slide on Thursday June 11, 2020, and the majors ending the week down 5.5% for the Dow, down 4.78% for the S&P, and down 2.3% for the Nasdaq Composite, last week offered renewed hope.

    Showing signs of recovery last week, the Dow ended up 1%, the S&P 500 was up 1.9%, and the Nasdaq Composite jumped 3.7%.

    The week could have been a lot better, but Friday was a mess. The Dow, for example, after opening higher and climbing 357 points, sold off ending the day down 208 points.

    Investors on Friday got nervous about news of more coronavirus hot spots cropping up in Florida, Arizona, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Oklahoma.

  • Total Wealth Staff Jun 22, 2020
    Sideways Markets are Fine…

    As long as the bias isn’t down. The markets are taking a breather and the trend is clearly up. The volume is up, the trend is up, and investors are looking at retail, to bid up the markets higher. Here’s what to do.

  • Shah Gilani Jun 19, 2020
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    Buy These Three Fat Dividend Yielding Stocks

    Everyone knows the Fed’s manipulated interest rates down so low for so long there are no decent yielding investments in the fixed income market unless you’re willing to pay up for junk bonds.

    But that doesn’t mean there aren’t great yielding investments readily available in other markets.

    I’m talking about the stock market. Lots of companies pay dividends to their stockholders.

    Some of them pay fat dividends, earn plenty of money regularly to keep paying them, and offer a kicker called appreciation.

    Here are three fat dividend yielding stocks you can tuck away in your retirement account, so you actually can retire.

  • Shah Gilani Jun 17, 2020
    The New Day Traders and Another Market Crash: Is This Déjà vu All Over Again?

    As Yogi Berra famously said, “It’s like déjà vu all over again.”

    I’m talking about the parallels between the day trading craze in the 1990s that helped fuel the 2000 “tech wreck,” and today’s retail investors driving stocks higher in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

    The question now is, what will happen to the market if stocks, pumped up by retail speculators, falter like they did in the dot.com bust?

    Here’s what happened with retail investors in the 1990s, what they’re doing now, and what could happen to the stock market.

  • Shah Gilani Jun 15, 2020
    Reality Bites, and Its Teeth Could Drag the Market Lower

    Just when the markets looked so promising to so many people, reality bites.

    Yes, I’m talking about the frightening second wave of coronavirus infection spikes hitting U.S. states that recently “reopened”, hitting several countries especially hard, and as of this weekend, hitting Beijing, China, causing lockdowns in the country’s capitol.

    That’s freaking out investors.

    But, that’s not what’s got the potential to crash the market

  • Shah Gilani Jun 12, 2020
    Is the Rally Over or Is Recent Selling Just Healthy Profit-Taking?

    The stock market’s bounce off its March 23, 2020 lows turned into a rally, then into a bull market.

    At least that’s what everyone saw happening until yesterday, when the Nasdaq Composite fell 5.27%, the S&P 500 fell 5.89%, The Dow Jones Industrials fell 6.9%, and the Russell 2000 fell a whopping 7.63%.

    Is the rally over? Is the selling just some profit-taking? Or were we all head-faked into believing the worst is over as far as the stock market, the worst is over as far as the economy, and the worst is over as far as the pandemic?

    The truth is out there.

    But nothing is set in stone. If the pandemic comes back, the riots continue, or the President keeps tweeting, anything could happen.

    The best way to protect yourself is to take concrete steps towards financial safety and economic security.

    Thousands of Americans may think they’re set in the event of a crisis, not unlike the one we’re seeing now, but that frankly isn’t true. The truth is that a second downturn could absolutely ruin your financial future.

    Unless you take the necessary precautions to prepare.

    It’s nothing timely or complex – in fact, protecting your wealth can be one of the easiest things you do, if you follow these simple steps .

    We’ve seen over $6 trillion evaporate in 2020 alone. Don’t lose any more cash and don’t let the effects of the coronavirus, or the seesawing market, take any more money out of your pocket (or your retirement fund, or your children’s college educations…)

    Click here for more details on how to prepare for the worst.

    You can protect yourself if you know what you’re up against, why our markets are hurting, and how you can make money against all odds.

    Here’s how the market got to where it is, what just happened, what could happen, and how to play the market no matter what happens

  • Kat Martineau Jun 10, 2020
    What is Total Wealth?

    That’s the name of Shah Gilani’s three-times-a-week e-letter, where he shows you how Wall Street’s high-stakes game is really played – and how to win it. As a member of Total Wealth, you’ll not only get the big picture according …

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  • Kat Martineau Jun 10, 2020
    Who is Shah Gilani?

    Shah is one of our most prominent and respected investing “gurus” here at Money Map Press – and for good reason. He’s been “in the game” since 1982, when he launched his first hedge fund from his seat on the …

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  • Kat Martineau Jun 10, 2020
    What kind of content do you publish?

    There’s two sides to this coin: First, Shah publishes his what he sees in the world market – where capital is flowing, what Wall Street’s major players are up to, and how you can profit. Occasionally, he’ll provide a scathing …

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  • Kat Martineau Jun 10, 2020
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    How do I sign up for the Total Wealth newsletter?

    Easy. Just click here and enter your email address. You’ll start getting it automatically (and to sweeten the deal, we’ll throw in Shah’s latest research – a free report about how to profit).

  • Kat Martineau Jun 10, 2020
    How often will I receive Total Wealth?

    It will hit your inbox three times a week – every Wednesday and Friday, plus a special Capital Wave Forecast to kick off the week on Mondays and plan for the week ahead.

  • Kat Martineau Jun 10, 2020
    Why should I sign up? Can’t I just go to the website?

    The Total Wealth website is always available to you as a helpful source of news and analysis. But if you’re not signed up for the newsletter too, you may be missing out on free reports we periodically send out to …

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  • Kat Martineau Jun 10, 2020
    How can such great info be free?

    We’re able to provide Shah’s words of wisdom for free in exchange for your willingness to receive regular supplemental emails promoting our products (and products from outside vendors).

  • Kat Martineau Jun 10, 2020
    What is Money Morning?

    Money Morning is our sister publication, another free e-letter delivered directly to your inbox every weekday morning. Just click here to check it out. With dozens of regular contributors (including Shah) and special content, Money Morning offers a wider scope …

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  • Total Wealth Staff Jun 10, 2020
    Tech Names Rally in Pre-Market

    Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Microsoft all rallied in pre-market trading, some even closing in on new highs. There’s no reason we can’t go higher… a lot higher. Shah weighs in. Click here to watch

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