Wells Fargo & Company

Jamie Dimon’s Outlook is More Powerful than Jerome Powell’s

It’s here… Earnings season starts today, and things aren’t off to a good start. The S&P 500 and other indices were trading lower ahead of the open as investors decipher earnings reports from the first round of banks to report for the season. JPMorgan (JPM), Wells Fargo (WFC), Citibank (C), and Blackrock (BLK) were among […]

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Four Earnings Season Stocks to Buy Today

Alcoa's report traditionally kicks off the "official" earnings season, but experienced investors know the action has already started.

Shah Gilani's recommending four earnings season stocks to buy today – companies with a mix of great results and great expectations that could really move over the next few weeks.

As a special "kicker," he's recommending two inexpensive, low-risk/high-reward trades, too.



Why the Chime IPO Is Scaring All the Big Banks

How much do you enjoy spending a lunch break in line at the bank? Well, in the future, you don't have to.

A little company called Chime came to solve that problem.

And we could get a Chime IPO as early as this year.

Mobile banking will disrupt more than you think.

We're not saying it will totally disappear massive corporations like Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) or Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC), but it sure as heck will give them a run for their money.

Chime stock will be one of the first to benefit. Here's all you need to know between now and when the Chime IPO comes...


The No. 1 Sector to Buy Into Right Now

While bank stocks had a great run higher, they started selling off last week and into this week, causing investors to exit America’s most profitable bank shares by the masses.

Shah thinks this is a huge, expensive mistake, and doesn’t want you to be one of them.

Fact is, right now is the best time to buy banks.

And with billions being left on the table, the profits are right there for the taking… .


Dow Jones

Dow Jones Today Slumps on Tech Rout

The Dow Jones today started in the red as investors continued to pile out of tech stocks.

Shares of Tesla Inc.

(NASDAQ: TSLA) fell by more than 14.7% after the stock was not included in S&P 500 index changes by the S&P Down Jones Indices.

The timing also complements news that Tesla has completed another sale of $5 billion in common stock.

Read on for everything moving the Dow Jones now.