Total Wealth: Weekly Stocks Watchlist


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  • All the best research and recommendations from Shah Gilani, chief investment strategist for Money Morning.
  • Updates on the best opportunities from from the legendary investment expert himself…
  • And exactly how to play every opportunity.

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Preparing for profits is as simple as…

On Sunday, you will receive the Weekly Watchlist with stocks and trending sectors that Shah will be watching for that week…

On Monday, you will get all of Shah’s best research, a deep dive into every detail of the list…

And on Tuesday, you will get a free recommendation and exactly how to play this opportunity.

By following Shah every week, you will never miss out on potential profits.

And by leaving your email right now, you are going to get a special bonus.

Shah is giving you immediately access to his list of the best 23 stocks to buy now in America (and 12 to avoid).

BONUS REPORT: The best 23 stocks to buy now in America (and 12 to avoid)

Shah is revealing the stocks that aren’t on your radar yet

These are going to be stocks that…

  • Have a growing business in a large market and are already making a lot of money.
  • Have few or no competitors or a unique unbreakable competitive advantage.
  • Are profitable and have either low or no debt – meaning they can survive any economic downturn.
  • Have all indicators pointing to the fact that they’ll continue trading at value-level prices over the next few weeks.
  • In some cases, pay absolutely fabulous, fat dividends – meaning they pay you just to hold the stock.

Plus, you’ll see the stocks that every American should be avoiding – hands down, don’t touch them with a 10-foot pole.

You just need a pen and a paper to get all the ticker symbols to get started…

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Meet Shah Gilani. 

Shah Gilani is the chief investment strategist of Money Morning.

You’ve probably seen him as a regular guest on Fox News Varney & Co., the number-one rated market program on TV. 

The former hedge fund manager, with more than 30 years on the market, is mostly known for making predictions.

In fact, Stuart Varney calls him the “man who calls it all.” 

And most famously, he called the biggest stock run in history… back when the Dow was at 11,000.

He called the DOW going to 15,000, 17,000, 20,000, 21,000, 22,000, 23,000, 26,000, 27,000… all the way to the all-time high of nearly 30,000. 

And now, every week, Shah is letting you know the best opportunities on the market.

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