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Shah Gilani appeared on live TV to share exactly what he's doing in the markets today.
Starbucks is out, and this new coffee player is in.
When a $45 billion investment firm said this stock was going to $1.5 trillion, FOX Business Network called on Shah Gilani to confirm.
Anyone who ran for the hills yesterday (May 29) ate their losses for no reason at all.
The key to trading like the pros is knowing the difference between a "Dow dip" and a disaster.
Now that the Iran deal is finished, the price of oil has spiked, and the markets are more unpredictable than ever.
Before you do anything, you need to see this oil price target.
Today's rate hike shouldn't be news to anyone.
But what you may have missed is a critical portion of Fed Chair Jerome Powell's press conference...
The mainstream media would have you believe that Gary Cohn's resignation is the sole reason that traders are selling like crazy...
But we know better.
The markets went haywire on Wednesday as the Dow dropped 400 points in just over an hour.
Fortunately, Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani knows just what to do.
Shah Gilani has been one of the most consistently bullish, enthusiastic voices on Wall Street.
He's correctly called plenty of the Dow's upward milestones, too.
Inflation in January nearly doubled analyst expectations.
Wall Street may be panicking, but we're not.
On the third day of high market volatility, Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani appeared on FOX Business Network to provide some much-needed answers.
Money Morning experts Shah Gilani and Keith Fitz-Gerald appeared on "Varney & Co." this week.
Bank of America sees the S&P 500 hitting 3,000 by the end of 2018.
Our Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani thinks it'll do even better than that.
You could be looking at a profit of 100% or more in the next 30 days with this play.
So what is this stock - and why is it such an obvious way to make money right now?
The Silicon Valley giants leading the markets higher these past few months have run into some headwinds lately, of all kinds - politics, hacking, scandals, and product launch fizzles, to name a few.
In fact, for a moment last week, "Big Tech" led the markets lower.
So Stuart Varney, host of FOX Business Network's "Varney & Co.," invited frequent guest (and our very own Capital Wave Strategist) Shah Gilani onto his show to talk tech.
Now, Stuart was looking for a "preview" of tech earnings announcements for his viewers; some rough idea of what investors might expect when tech companies make their announcements this afternoon.
But he was talking to Shah, after all - the same Shah who's set us up for big profits on every major step up in the Dow since last year...
So, of course, what Stuart actually got was a quick series of bold, hard predictions about exactly how each of these companies would perform and where the markets would go afterward.
North Korea's secret weapon has already attacked 18 countries since 2009.
And it's getting better at wreaking mass havoc by the year.
Trump has unveiled his plan for a corporate tax cut from 35% to 20%.
If passed, this will translate directly to bigger earnings.
Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani joins Charles Payne on FOX Business Network to explain how.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen will hold a press conference today at 2:30 p.m. EDT.
And the question on most investors' minds ahead of her announcement is, "Will there be a rate hike?"
Some analysts are concerned about a stock market crash coming this year, thanks to this key indicator...
According to Business Insider, there is growing sentiment among investors and some Wall Street strategists that we are barreling towards a "rude awakening" in the stock market.
Trump's tax plan was released in brief this past April, with promises of a more detailed version to come later this month.
But one non-partisan tax policy firm found that, if POTUS' April guidelines are left unchanged, then the rich stand to benefit...
The Dow Jones today will focus on a new threat from North Korea as the country prepares to test another ICBM.
Dow Jones futures are down 70 points this morning and the United States says North Korea is "begging for war."