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Shah Shares His Latest Views on Microsoft, Apple and Facebook

During the last nine months, retired hedge-fund manager Shah Gilani – who runs the Capital Wave Forecast and Short Side Fortunes advisory services here at Money Map Press – has gone against the Wall Street “crowd” in recommending Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT), Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) and Facebook Inc. (NYSE: FB) to Private Briefing subscribers.

As usual, it paid dividends to heed Shah’s advice…

  • U.S. Economy

  • Turbulent Credit Markets and Inflation Undermine Attempts by Paulson and Bernanke to Bolster Investor Confidence By Jason SimpkinsAssociate Editor Both U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke were called to the carpet yesterday (Tuesday) to explain to Congress how continued turbulence in U.S. credit markets will affect the economy in coming months. Both ended up backtracking on previous statements, as their ill-conceived cures for the […] Read More...
  • Economy Enters Dangerous Waters as Job Losses Mount in June By Jason Simpkins Associate Editor Payrolls tumbled for the sixth consecutive month in June, bringing the total number of job losses in the first half of the year to 438,000. Such a steep drop in employment could easily cause consumer spending to falter in the months ahead and drag the economy into a recession. After […] Read More...
  • Home Foreclosures Continue to Soar Delaying U.S. Economic Recovery By Jennifer YousfiManaging Editor There's more bad news ahead for the U.S. economy as home foreclosures continue to rise. One out of every 483 U.S. households is at some stage of the foreclosure process, and with that many displaced or struggling homeowners, the economic recovery may well take longer than expected. "May was the third […] Read More...
  • Warehouse Sales Growth Not a Good Sign for the U.S. Economy By Jennifer Yousfi Managing Editor April was a strong month for retail sales, with Thomson Reuters data showing 68% of stores reported better-than-expected same-store sales. It was the best showing for the retail industry since November, but don't be quick to assume that means the sluggish U.S. economy is on the mend. Stores got a […] Read More...