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  • Shah Gilani Nov 11, 2021
    Forget Apple and Microsoft – This Company Will Win the Metaverse

    The Metaverse is here.

    Grounded in the Greek word meta, meaning after or beyond, this burgeoning synthetic universe, once cyberpunk fantasy, cannot be denied. It just doesn’t look anything like Neal Stephenson described in his seminal work Snow Crash just yet.

    But one day… It just might.

  • Shah Gilani Nov 09, 2021
    Invest in the Metaverse, Not Meta

    Facebook, or should I say Meta Platforms Inc (Nasdaq: FB), hasn’t been shy these last few weeks.

    After the Wall Street Journal released “The Facebook Files” and threw FB into another scandal, a rebrand and a new tech trend were just what this company needed to have a fresh start on the markets.

    Droves of investors bought in, but they are blind to an even better opportunity that metaverse presents.

    Virtual reality is on the horizon. It just hasn’t been built yet, and it will be the companies constructing the metaverse that will be the real winners. In today’s video, I’m giving you details about one such company.

    Just click the video below to get this latest recommendation.

  • Shah Gilani Nov 08, 2021
    Nervous Nellies Close the Book on Investment Opportunities You Need on Your Portfolio

    Good or bad, every earnings report comes with an opportunity for people like us.

    Now that earnings season is here, companies are being hit left and right as nervous nellies pack up their bags and abandon their positions, or even the market entirely. That gives us the chance to take up their mantel or play on their fears.

    That’s why I’ll have my eyes trained on Airbnb Inc (ABNB) this week.

  • Shah Gilani Nov 05, 2021
    Chasing the Amazon-Backed EV Would Be a Big Mistake and More Advice to Survive Next Week

    Rivian… A new electric vehicle (EV) company that’s been making waves in the news this week after Inc (Nasdaq: AMZN) revealed tremendous support for the company.

    AMZN already has a 20% stake in Rivian Automotive, turning it into a meme stock before it even goes public. Analysts are expecting the IPO stock price to be $57 to $62

    And that’s got me skeptical about this stock’s quality.

  • Shah Gilani Nov 04, 2021
    The Canary in the Global Stock Coalmine is Singing – Your Evergrande Action Plan

    Just because China Evergrande Group made an $83.5 million bond interest payment on October 23 – at the last possible minute under a 30-day grace period – doesn’t mean it’s out of the woods.

    The giant property developer, once a Fortune Global 500 company, has $305 billion in outstanding debt, $500 million in interest due by the end of this year, and no money to pay it off. Its back is up again a wall – the $60 trillion Chinese residential property sector – and that wall is leaning back.

    If Evergrande defaults on its debt and is forced into bankruptcy, the great wall of residential property in China will collapse the country’s economy and contagion will hammer the global stock markets.

  • Shah Gilani Nov 02, 2021
    Climate Congress Flop is Taking this Oil Company to New Heights

    COP26, a United Nations Climate Conference, is underway in Scotland and it’s not looking good for clean energy hopefuls that expected this summit to be a massive pop for green stocks.

    The two of the biggest polluters on the planet, China and Russia, have refused to attend which means one thing for us…

  • Shah Gilani Nov 01, 2021
    Investors Wrongfully Condemn Two Profitable Tech Giants Bearing Steep Labor Costs

    We are entering a new era.

    Every company is short on labor and the workers they do have are unionizing to demand higher wages, which has created a surge in employer compensation costs in key industries.

    We’ve already seen the effects of this in docks and warehouses across the US, with the Transportation Department teaming up with California ports to prevent future snarls by pumping $5 billion into the industry.

  • Shah Gilani Oct 29, 2021
    The Clean Energy Company Fueling Amazon’s Delivery Fleet Makes Another Move

    As investors go crawling back to oil and gas to ride out the energy crisis, they’re neglecting a key player in the clean energy space that’s collaborating with Amazon to create an environmentally friendly delivery fleet.

    After its initial 66% run-up in February, this company has traded back down to a bargain deal for a company with such strong prospects and financials. I fully expect another run with this stock, so…

  • Shah Gilani Oct 28, 2021
    The Biggest Threat to the Market is Here and No-One Seems to Care… But You Should

    We are in the throes of a spectacular bull market.

    Since it started stampeding back in 2009, the S&P 500 has risen 551%, while the DOW and Nasdaq have risen even higher. And they are still climbing.

    Which, on its face, is great for us – but we need to be cautious. There are many threats to a bull market, but there is one singular, systemic threat that everyone should be afraid of: rising interest rates.

  • Shah Gilani Oct 26, 2021
    The Race to Meet Soaring Consumer Demand is On – Put Your Money on this Rising Retail Star

    Regardless of what the media says, this holiday season will be a bust for many traditional retailers.

    Anyone dependent on international trade or third-party shipping will suffer from every supply hiccup from factory to sales floor – labor shortages, container shortages, rising shipping costs…

    The list goes on.

  • Shah Gilani Oct 25, 2021
    The Supply Chain Breakdown Put These Companies on the Path to Profits

    Any company with a stake in international shipping has gotten pummeled this month – and rightly so.

    Despite claims that retail will see an incredible holiday season full of sales, it has become increasingly clear to us investors that demand has outpaced supply for almost every product on the market. Shelves are clearing out and wishful thinking isn’t going to move products from ports and warehouses to the sales floor any faster.

    Which is why I’m watching companies that are doing more than just sit, wait, and hope. Companies that are planning strategically for the long-term to lock in profits for themselves and their shareholders.

  • Shah Gilani Oct 22, 2021
    The Broken $47 Billion Unicorn is Rearing Its Ugly Head – Don’t Touch It

    There have been droves of podcasts, TV shows, and even movies that have chronicled the downfall of the “$47 Billion Unicorn” during its last attempt to go public in 2019.

  • Shah Gilani Oct 19, 2021
    2 New Chip Factories in Arizona Put this Company 10 Steps Ahead of American’s Next Major Spend

    If you’ve read the news recently, you know that China is unwinding.

    On top of the worsening Evergrande situation, President Xi Jinping has been cracking down on Chinese tech companies utilized by the U.S., which would be bad news for companies reliant on Chinese and Taiwanese semiconductors.

    As I mentioned yesterday, semiconductor demand is rising and it won’t stop any time soon. The resulting shortage has created massive backorders for all tech from PCs to washing machines – and many investment opportunities for us.

  • Shah Gilani Oct 18, 2021
    Three Plays to Profit on the Global PC Shortage

    Semiconductors… A piece of tech people hardly knew or cared about before there suddenly weren’t enough to go around. The consequences of this short have rippled through the tech industry, from smart phones to LEDs lightbulbs, but none were hit harder than computer manufacturers.

    The persistence of the work from home movement has increased demand for PCs and desktops, resulting in a flood of orders placed with hardware makers already struggling to keep up. As backlogs grow, vendors aren’t expecting to catch up until mid-2022 at the earliest.

    And even then, demand for PCs and the semiconductors that make them possible could continue to grow until the end of this decade. If that comes to pass, the semiconductor industry could double, reaching a revenue between $500 billion to $1 trillion.

  • Shah Gilani Oct 15, 2021
    Grab This Energy Stock Before Nat. Gas Prices Soar Higher

    Oil, gas, coal… the whole fossil fuels industry has jumped to new heights this week.

    And those heights are only going to get higher, so now is the time for us to dive into the best energy plays to grab before winter hits.

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