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.
You can’t just start investing to start making money. Doing so is a conscious effort that begins with the decision to be wealthy. It fuels your soul, not just your wallet.
Which is why I ask… do you have what it takes?
I think so. That’s why you’re here.
You have to want to be successful…to be wealthy.. Click here to watch.
I get asked frequently “how to make a fortune.”
Many investors think doing so comes down to picking the right stocks. Others believe it’s all about timing. Still more think it’s just plain dumb luck.
While it’s true that all of those things DO play into big profits, I’ve got a secret.
Get what I’m about to show you right and YOU can succeed.
Sep 04, 2019
A bad day in the headlines is almost always ultimately good for your portfolio.
Today we’re going to talk about why and what you can do next to press your advantage.
Sep 04, 2019
Up one day and down the next… the average investor is scared, frustrated, and confused. Yet, as Keith points out, they’ve actually got the upper hand. Here’s why.
Millions of investors are focused on the past right now.
That’s a huge disadvantage because it’s the future that matters – both in terms of how we live our lives and how we make our money.
Especially when it comes to how they view current headlines.
I don’t blame ’em, though.
They’ve been brainwashed to believe that life moves because of what’s already happened. So they see the financial markets the same way and, not surprisingly, get stuck in a rut.
That’s too bad, especially right now.
First there was China, then politics, then rates… a trifecta of sorts at best or even a perfect storm depending on your perspective.It looks like the markets are going to take us for a wild ride – but we aren’t worried. As long as you follow this advice, you’ll be looking at potential profits no matter what. Click here to watch.
Aug 30, 2019
Keith made an appearance on Coast to Coast with Cavuto on Fox Business Network, and the conversation starts with local markets and the Fed’s plans to cut rates by a full percentage point… but the talk quickly turned to global markets. From Chinese tariffs to Brexit tension, the implications for your money are huge.
- Keith’s eyebrows shoot up when news about the Fed’s plan to slash interest rates by one full percentage point streams across the headlines. “It’s a lot of money. . . a big move in a short period of time is the one thing that the markets can’t handle.” All the computers and algorithms would go haywire – and that wouldn’t be good for the markets, especially given how volatile they’ve been lately. All the traders on the edge of their seats might just fall over!
- Next up are the ever-talked-about yield curves. On Wednesday, once again, the 2-Year and 3-Year yield curves both inverted above the 10-Year curve. Millions of investors were inclined to pack their bags, sell everything they own, and head for the hills. However, being stuck to old habits when you hear “inverted yield curve” is a big mistake. Keith says “Money is coming here because it’s the only place where you get paid to store it. . . this is artificially depressing the yield curve and the rating of a recession is higher than it would appear.” A recession, according to Keith, could be farther away than the yield curve predicts.
- Keith then turned his attention to Brexit – and Europe as a whole. The entire continent is seeing an economic slowdown, especially with British manufacturers out of the picture. Automakers are getting hit hard with the newest $1.1 billion round of tariffs imposed by President Trump. “We’re going to see a ripple effect,” Keith says, before he lays out exactlywhat companies you need to invest in to keep your money protected.
- Of course, it would be remiss to not mention the rising trade tensions with tariffs. The one thing he couldn’t say on TV? The trade tiff may escalate, especially with China’s newest creation – a high-speed missile that follows untraditional flight paths – one the U.S. has no defense for. Not for long though. With $1.743 trillion allotted to stop the Chinese sneak attack, defense – and windfalls – are just around the corner, and savvy investors are getting in position so they can profit. Click here for a private briefing on the situation at hand.
Today I want to switch things up a bit and talk about two words that almost nobody talks about when it comes to money.
But they should.
Learning how to overcome this is one of the single most important and profitable skills you can acquire in today’s markets.
What’s more, recognizing this bias in yourself (and fixing it) can give you a significant advantage over other investors who suffer from it.
Aug 28, 2019
From Brexit to the China tariffs to everything going down in Washington, there’s tons of money on the move – but it’s not going anywhere very quickly. We are facing an economic slowdown, but it’s certainly not limited to the United States. Click here to watch.
Aug 27, 2019
Not everyone likes to hear good news about the economy.
Typically, political parties out of power want to see seated opponents get clobbered by economic failure.
In this age a real, or virtual recession, could be manufactured given today’s media reach and technological tools when leading to an election if even just in the minds of voters.
So, you need to ask yourself: Is a recession being manufactured right now? Who benefits from a failing economy or just pushing the recession narrative? Could a manufactured recession or incessant recession fearmongering crash the stock market? And, what would happen to you?
Since you just asked by reading those questions, I’m going to answer them for you.
Only, you’re not going to like what’s really happening and how bad it’s going to get.
Mar 22, 2019
There’s a magical unicorn coming our way, and we’re being offered a ride high into profitable skies if we grab its horn and jump on.
At least that’s what Lyft’s IPO bankers and early investors want us to believe.
The truth is there’s no such thing as a unicorn in real life (in business, a unicorn is a private company that investors claim is worth more than $1 billion), and Lyft isn’t any kind of highflying substitute.
What the upcoming Lyft IPO is more likely to be is a fat payday for bankers, underwriters, and especially early investors, and a bucking-off of late-to-the-party IPO share buyers.
Mar 20, 2019
Bayer AG (OTC:BAYRY) is under fire now as a jury found that a man developed cancer from exposure to Roundup weed killer. This is the second case to go to trial over the allegations – and there are more than 11,000 pending lawsuits that claim the same. And according to Shah Gilani on Varney & Co. this morning, an 11% drop in stock price is only the beginning of the hardships to come for Bayer… Click here to watch.
Mar 19, 2019
As if two new Boeing 737 Max 8 jets crashing and killing 346 people isn’t frightening enough, government investigations might reveal even more frightening news.
Like the fact that Boeing didn’t require pilots who were certified on 737s to get certified on the new Max 8 aircrafts.
Or like the fact that Boeing marketed the cost savings of the lack of these certifications as a positive.
These facts, and yes, they’re facts, not speculation, are just the tip of the iceberg that sank the Titanic, or rather, brought down the 737s.
Today, I’m going to tell you the real story of what happened, most of which has been kept from the public.
Mar 15, 2019
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Mar 15, 2019
There was a time when Facebook Inc. (NasdaqGS:FB) was one of my favorite stocks. I mean, I loved it and thought it would be something I’d probably never sell.
Then, all kinds of negative press hit the stock – and my opinion of its worth.
While I’m presently out of FB, I want to buy back in at some level.
The problem is I don’t think the company’s cleared the hurdles that brought it down. The stock probably has lower to go.
FB has made routine mistakes, and one particular lame maneuver it just pulled says a lot.