Shah Gilani


How This Disruptive Technology Could Save U.S. Elections

Most states rely on voting machines 10 to 15 years old, opening the door for flawed or rigged elections.

But this disruptive technology could fix everything...

Wall Street

Why This CEO Wants to Cancel Earnings Season Forever

This didn't exactly make the news, but in July, financial chieftains, including Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett, BlackRock's Larry Fink, and JPMorgan Chase's Jamie Dimon, got together to talk corporate governance practices.

A noncontroversial topic, right?

Well… no. According to the Financial Times, Fidelity Investments, the $2.2 trillion asset manager, up and walked out of a Dimon-led effort to codify some best practices for American boardrooms.

So it seems some of finance's heaviest hitters are divided on the subject of good governance.

Nevertheless, the group released nine-page paper, "Commonsense Corporate Governance Principles."

And in it we have a clue as to just what it is that has these titans of finance so divided…

What's more, if these guidelines are widely adopted, investing will change, for everyone from JPMorgan on down to individual investors.

And most likely not at all for the better...

Market Crash

Stocks Are Sky-High – Here's How to Profit from the Big Fall

The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, which ought to know a thing or two about behavioral disorders, once defined insanity as "doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result."

By that definition, the world's central bankers – "hopium" pushers to the global markets – are all barking mad.

They've continuously inflated assets to stratospheric heights in a doomed quest for growth and inflation that never, ever comes.

And what's really insane is that they have absolutely no idea how to stop what they're doing… without sending those "hopium"-addicted markets into a lethal tailspin.

They'll get the tailspin anyway. Or should I say, we will – central bankers never lose.

The U.S. is a perfect example of what central bankers have wrought on the markets.

That's going to come to an end, and markets will get ugly when it does. Here's how to profit.

The Fed

This Job Is More Important Than the Presidency – Here's Who Has My Vote

Perhaps more important than who wins the presidency is who will be the next chair of the Federal Reserve.

Here's Shah Gilani's candidate for the job...

Wall Street

Donald Trump's Treasury Wouldn't Resurrect Glass-Steagall – Here's Why

The official GOP party platform would see Glass-Steagall reinstated.

But Donald Trump's reported pick for Treasury secretary could bury any hope of resurrecting the big bank regulation...


What the DAO Vote Means for Blockchain… and Your Financial Future

DAO token holders voted on the future of this fintech venture following its recent hack.

Here's how they voted, plus what their decision means for the future of blockchain technology...

Global Markets

How to Profit from the New Post-Brexit Paradigm

Post-Brexit, everything's up in the air. But if you understand what the vote was about and how it's changed the world, you can make big trades.

Here's why - and how you can profit right now...

The Fed

Here's Your Federal Reserve Cheat Sheet – and What's Coming Next

With the markets hanging on to every word coming out of the Federal Reserve, it's important for investors to pay close attention, too.

So here's a breakdown of everything the Fed's currently saying - and a roadmap for how to play the markets when it all comes to fruition...


What Investors Need to Know About Fintech and Trading's Future

The next big thing in fintech isn't mobile banking, Bitcoin, or blockchain technology – it's an evolutionary trading system.

Over 40% of new hedge funds are using it to outperform the broader markets. Here's what you need to know...


This Fintech Experiment Could Be Huge… Here's What You Need to Know

Fintech is changing the way we live, work, and conduct business.

And one new venture – which just raised over $152 million via crowdfunding – is leading the way.

Its goals, rooted in blockchain technology, are so radical they could redefine what it means to invest. Here's how...