Market headlines highlight telecommunications company BlackBerry's (Nasdaq: BBRY) severing of its relationship with recording artist Alicia Keys. BlackBerry hired Keys as creative director last year, but sales tanked - the company recently announced it expects to suffer a $4.4 billion loss for its third quarter of 2014.
Gilani discusses BlackBerry's decision to fire the "Girl on Fire," and tells investors what they can expect from BlackBerry in 2014 and beyond.
Next up was Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), whose pickup sales were up 18% last year. The automobile producer has a solar-powered plug-in hybrid car that it will debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week.
But with gas-guzzling pickup truck numbers soaring, will Ford's bet on solar energy really pay off?
Tune in as Gilani tells viewers why this week's unemployment numbers and FOMC meeting will be critical market shifters for 2014:
There is a way for you to profit when billionaires are battling it out on Wall Street...