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.

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  • Total Wealth Staff Mar 18, 2022
    Tell Shah What Stocks You Want to Trade Next Week

    This week was a historic one for stock market investors. The fed funds rate increased for the first time since 2019 while the crisis in Ukraine continued to escalate with no end in sight.

    And you need to know, now more than ever, how to play today’s volatile market for profits and keep your portfolio in the green.

    That’s where Shah Gilani comes in – the ex-Wall Street insider once declared the “man who calls it all” by Stewart Varney of Varney & Co.

    As regulators, hedge fund millionaires, and media barons of Wall Street plan to use your trades and investments to satisfy their own greed, Shah reveals how to outmaneuver them.

    He knows exactly how this game is played, publishing reports, guides, and videos to help his readers navigate the markets, separating the financial media’s fluff from fact.

    Now, Shah wants to hear from you so he can help you make the most out of this current climate.

    On March 25, Shah will release his next Buy, Sell, or Hold, a video in which he dissects popular stocks and tells you how to play them – and he wants to feature your favorites.

    Click here now to tell Shah about the stocks you’re looking to trade so he can tell you whether they’re buys, sells, or holds in his next video.

  • Shah Gilani Mar 17, 2022
    Why I’m Still Bullish on SPACs

    This week, the song remains the same.

    The stock market remains sloppy and weak, with each attempt at a rally being met with selling in response to worsening news out of Ukraine. That situation appears to have little to no chance of improving any time soon. In addition to the real human suffering in Eastern Europe, the disruptions to the supply chain for many critical commodities are adding to inflationary pressures around the world.

    The weakness in equity markets is also reflected in SPAC trading, “blank check” companies, before and after they announce merger partners. A simple Google search yields results detailing a recent “bloodbath” and “de-SPAC carnage,” with the fate of the surviving few uncertain, and how other investors are leaving the SPAC and De-SPAC market in droves; and blah, blah, blah

    But I’m not one to follow the crowd. Everyone on the run from the SPACs market these days is leaving behind ripening profit opportunities – one of which I’ll outline for you today.

    Read on by clicking here.

  • Shah Gilani Mar 15, 2022
    Buy this Mining Corp Before Stagflationary Fears Become Reality

    Right now, consumer demand strong, the economy growing, and employment is on the rise… But that won’t stave off stagflation very much longer. A high inflation environment and a slowing (or stagnant) economy are right around the corner. Add that …

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  • Shah Gilani Mar 14, 2022
    The Way to Profit Off of Rivian’s Disappointing Financials

    Rivian Automotive Inc. (RIVN), an electric truck manufacturer, reported quarterly results on Friday that disappointed investors. The stock dropped more than 7.33% in early-Friday trading.

    For the quarter, the company reported revenue of $54 million which was considerably lower than the estimates of $64 million.

    On the bottom line, adjusted earnings were a $2.43 loss per share, also lower than estimates of a $2.05 loss per share.

    Beyond the financials, what really impacted the stock was Rivian’s new production forecast. The company once claimed it could produce 50,000 vehicles per year. Now, due to persistent supply chain issues, its capacity has been cut to 25,000. Rivian just can’t get key components it needs to finish building its vehicles.

    Even with the pandemic easing and the global supply chain crunch slowly mending, I think it’s going to be quite some time before RIVN is at full production capacity.

    In the meantime, the company is burning through cash, has large operating losses, and rising interest rates will hurt the stock’s forward valuation.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if we don’t see a short-term rally as bargain hunters move in to catch a bounce, but longer term, I think shares are heading lower, at least until they have a plan for sustainable production increases.

    If shares of RIVN trade up to $39.75 by March 18, let’s buy the RIVN May 20, 2022 $35/$30 Put Spread for $2.25 or less. Plan on exiting the RIVN May 20, 2022 $35/$30 Put Spread for a 100% profit or if shares of RIVN close above $49.50.

    But that’s not all I’m watching this week.

    Click here to read more.

  • Shah Gilani Mar 11, 2022
    Three Ways to Trade the Commodity Super Cycle

    Commodities are hot right now, and for good reason. Oil, corn, wheat… they’re all through the roof – but they may not stay that way, especially where agricultural commodities are concerned. For all kinds of reasons, agricultural commodities don’t always …

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  • Shah Gilani Mar 10, 2022
    The Way to Cash in on Soaring Oil Prices

    Oil, natural gas, and energy stocks are all soaring. Just take a look at how US Oil Fund (USO), Exxon Mobile (XOM), and Tuesday’s recommendation Cactus Inc (WHD) have fared in the last month.

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    If you’re not in any of these high-fliers, it’s not too late. They could go a lot higher.

    And everyone knows what goes up must come down, and energy bets are no exception.

    So, in today’s Total Wealth, I’m giving youthe smart way to get aboard what might be a momentum ride higher for already rocketing energy plays and, at the same time, set yourself up to profit if they crash back to earth.

    Click here to read on.

  • Shah Gilani Mar 08, 2022
    As Energy Prices Ignite, Shah Directs Investors Toward Unlikely Oil Company

    It’s not hard to figure out what’s hot in the markets right now after yesterday. We experienced a bear and bull market in the West Texas Intermediate (WTI), a key benchmark for the crude oil industry, all in a single day.

    How do you play that? Well, I’ve got an answer for you.

  • Total Wealth Staff Mar 07, 2022
    Urgent State of the Markets Transcript Now Available

    “Where we are is, I would say, close to falling into more than [just] a correction.” – Shah Gilani

    This morning, Shah addressed the Total Wealth readership to give his stance on the war, the markets, where we are going next, and how to prepare for a future full of possibilities.

    We recognize that not everyone could make it, so we chose to make the transcript and recording available to all Total Wealth Research subscribers.

  • Shah Gilani Mar 07, 2022
    Tech Costs to Spike as Russia-Ukraine War Withholds Vital Commodities

    The Russia-Ukraine war has continued to escalate on all sides. As Russian forces continued bombing Ukrainian cities, Western Europe and the US have tightened all sanctions, for better or for worse. This conflict has affected millions, through physical and economic …

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  • Shah Gilani Mar 03, 2022
    Mind Your Profits: SWIFT but Blunt Reaction to Russia-Ukraine War to Weaken USD

    On Tuesday, CEO of JPMorgan Chase Jamie Dimon warned the world that cutting Russia out of the SWIFT system would yield “unintended consequences.”

    That’s a monumental understatement.

    In short, SWIFT is a system banks use to securely and quickly communicate transfer instructions across international borders. Cutting off an entire nation and its people from this system will have steep consequences across the globe.

    We could be looking at the potential demise of the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency, another likely Lehman moment, and the acceleration of China’s progress from third-world nation to global power.

    Here’s how the US’s influence on this apolitical system could hasten China’s ascent to global power.

  • Shah Gilani Mar 01, 2022
    Europe’s Breadbasket Under Siege, Grab Commodities While You Still Can

    Here in the US, when we hear “breadbasket” we usually think of the Midwest. Ohio, Kansas, Illinois… When Europeans hear the phrase, they think of Ukraine – and for good reason. The country distributes 12% of global wheat exports, 16% …

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  • Shah Gilani Feb 28, 2022
    Two Stocks to be Bargain-Hunting Favorites

    As I mentioned during last week’s State of the Markets (which you can watch here, if you’d like to catch up), things are looking grim but don’t sell yet.

    Now’s an opportunity to grab up great companies that are on sale. And today, I’m giving you the details on some of my favorites.

  • Shah Gilani Feb 25, 2022
    Upset Markets Carve Out New Opportunities and Defensive Plays

    There’s no reason to beat around the bush this week.

    I’ve cancelled our regular Buy, Sell, or Hold this week to address what is on everyone’s’ minds this week: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the dramatic selloff that followed, and what can be done about it.

    You can access this Emergency State of the Markets by clicking the video below.

  • Shah Gilani Feb 24, 2022
    The Real Estate Bubble That Isn’t – And How to Invest in It

    Headlines about the residential real estate bubble popping any day now are nothing but fake news.

    Just because prices of homes have skyrocketed doesn’t mean they’re coming down as they did in 2008, a true real estate crash. Home prices aren’t coming down; they’re going higher.

    And there’s nothing “bubbleicious” about it.

    In today’s Total Wealth, I’m exploringwhy the feared residential real estate “bubble” isn’t a bubble -and how you can ride the long-term appreciation potential of the boom by investing in it.

    Click here to read the full story and access today’s play.

  • Shah Gilani Feb 23, 2022
    This Here Isn’t a Housing Bubble… It’s an Opportunity

    Housing is hot.

    The entire industry is booming, with demand for houses high and the prices of those houses even higher. The median value of a house in the United States right now is 20% higher than it was last year as high demand bids up prices.

    And, according to some, this wild price growth (and dwindling affordability) can’t last. The boom has become a bubble, and something has got to give.

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