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

    A 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 …

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

    A 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, …

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

    A 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). Permalink

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

    A 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 …

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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

  • Shah Gilani Jun 10, 2020
    The Busted Myth of Retiring on Fixed Income: Choose Stocks Instead

    If you’re thinking when you retire you can live off some kind of fixed income portfolio, forget about it.

    That’s a myth now.

    Sure, there was a time when you could, but that’s gone the way of the dodo bird and free markets.

    With the Federal Reserve manipulating interest rates “lower for longer” for decades and lately driving them down to near zero, or maybe busting another myth and turning them negative some time in our future, there’s no way anyone can retire comfortably, or retire at all, on a fixed income portfolio.

    Not only isn’t there enough yield to be had, unless you load up of the riskiest bonds out there and good luck with that, you’re at increasing risk of losing money on your fixed income dreams in more ways than you know.

    Here’s why and how traditional fixed income investing for your retirement is a bad idea and what to do instead.

  • Jodi Chesley Jun 09, 2020
    What are Shah’s Premium Services?

    A What are Shah’s Premium Services? The Money Map Report: This monthly newsletter is the simplest way for investors to tap into all the world’s big high-profit trends – well ahead of the crowd. Each month, Shah and his team …

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  • Kat Martineau Jun 08, 2020
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  • Shah Gilani Jun 08, 2020
    Irrational Exuberance or Nothing Matters and What If It Did

    To say the market’s been on a tear would be like calling the Grand Canyon a ditch.

    Last week the Dow ran up 1,727.87 points to end the week 6.8% higher. That’s half the gain in a good year. The S&P rose 4.9%. And the Nasdaq Composite, on an intraday basis, made a new record high, climbing 3.4% on the week.

    All week the “honey badger” (Google: honey badger don’t give a damn) proved it don’t give a damn about China, or protests, or politics, or anything. It just keeps on going, doing what it does, keeps going.

    And then on Friday, when the world was expecting the U.S. to lose 8 million jobs in May, the unemployment rate was expected to hit 20%, and the market to keep going anyway, only one out of those three things happened.

    The U.S. didn’t lose jobs, it gained 2.5 million jobs. And the UE rate didn’t tick up to 20% from the previous months 14.7%, it fell to 13.3%. Of course, the honey badger did what it does.

    Is it “irrational exuberance” or are investors taking a nothing matters and what if it did attitude?

    It’s both actually.

  • Total Wealth Staff Jun 08, 2020
    The Bears Aren’t Dead…Just in Hibernation

    People are buying shorts, the bears are plotting, and we’re looking for the next leg down… even though the markets are headed up. There will be falling stocks, but it’s not the ones you may expect to fail. Click here to watch

  • Shah Gilani Jun 05, 2020
    Retirees Reaching for Yield in Fixed Income Products Need to Think Twice

    The free market isn’t free anymore, even though a lot of retired and soon-to-be retired folks think it is.

    The truth is nothing in the capital markets moves freely anymore, especially interest rates.

    Now, frighteningly, because America has morphed into a quasi-command economy where the Federal Reserve dictates economic policy, retirees don’t understand how dangerous most bonds and fixed income products have become in the new normal “socialized capital markets regime.”.

    Here’s what’s being manipulated, why it’s bad, how it’s impacting fixed income investments, and what retirees and soon to be retired investors should be doing instead of putting themselves at great risk.

  • Shah Gilani Jun 03, 2020
    Flying High With the Airlines When They Take Off Again

    Airline stocks have been essentially grounded, for very good and obvious reasons.

    But, like the rest of the stock market, as the airlines see the economy opening up, as the TSA tells us there are more travelers every day, as investors rotate into cyclical sectors and beaten down stocks, tarmac tied airline stocks should benefit, big time.

    That said, timing the rise of airline stocks and choosing individual names isn’t the easiest game in town.

    Fortunately, there’s a simple way to play the sector in one fell swoop.

    The U.S. Global Jets ETF (JETS) is well worth looking at, if not taking a long-term position in.

    This isn’t a new ETF that was put together so investors could suddenly jump into the beaten down sector. The JETS ETF has been around since 2015. But saying it’s been overlooked would be like calling the Grand Canyon a ditch.

    No-one paid much attention to JETS, until it became a highflier recently.

    Up until early March the fund had only about $33 million under management, that is tiny for an ETF.

    As an investment or trading vehicle it was too small for me or my subscribers to bother with, primarily because of its thin daily volume and spreads that were too large to make getting in or out tenable.

    That’s all changed.

  • Total Wealth Staff Jun 03, 2020
    A Tremendous Rally off of the March Lows

    There’s a good chance of a rally from here, Goldman Sachs reported, and Shah couldn’t agree more. We’re slowly gaining on the all-time highs, and we’re going to go higher. Click here to watch.

  • Shah Gilani Jun 01, 2020
    Runaway Trains, Planes, and Automobiles

    Like a runaway train the market kept barreling ahead last week, make that last month, make that the last two months, actually make that since the March 23, 2020 lows.

    The S&P 500 ended last week up 3%. It ‘s up a whopping 17.79% in the last two months. And is up a mind-bending 36.06% from its March lows.

    So far so good. But, there ‘s a problem. No one knows where the train tracks lead.

    Markets could have gotten off track on Friday. The Dow was down about 300 points as nervous investors pared positions ahead of President Trump ‘s “conference.” But, instead of slamming China and ratcheting up rhetoric, or tossing trade war and tariff threats, the President just pointed a finger and repeated his displeasure with the Mainland ‘s heavy handedness over Hong Kong ‘s future.

    And back up went stocks.

    What pre-conference selling revealed is how jittery investors are, but there ‘s a lot out there that matters

  • Total Wealth Staff Jun 01, 2020
    Looting, a Recession, Coronavirus – Oh My!

    Big box stores like Walmart and Target are closing their doors to protect against looting and rioting, and, in a recession and a pandemic, how will the economy react? Not badly, according to Shah Gilani. Here’s what he’s concerned about. Click here to watch

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