Why the Most Bullish Guy on Wall Street Is Sweating a 0.057% Move

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For close to two years, Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani has been consistently enthusiastic – and consistently correct – about stock prices. As you can learn about below, his ability to read stocks’ directions gave his paid-up subscribers a chance to pocket nice gains of 1,154% and 1,138% on one trade just last week.

In fact, Shah accurately called for the Dow Jones to hit 18,000… 20,000… 23,000 and up, well before these milestones hit.

You’d be hard-pressed to find a Wall Street pro as keen on growth and profits as Shah.

So this morning, it was a big deal when, during FOX Business Network‘s “Varney & Co.” panel, he told Charles Payne just what it was he was most nervous about right now.



Don’t get me wrong: Long term, Shah’s still as bullish as can be, but he sees this “wild card” as a potential contagion for the market that could lead to some significant volatility.

And wouldn’t you know it, it all depends one teensy little number, and what the U.S. Federal Reserve will – or won’t – do. Here’s what I mean…

The Next Potential 1,158% Winning Recommendation Hits Inboxes Next Week

Shah smashed his own 995% record last week with a 1,158% win on a partial closeout and a 1,138% win on the remaining half of the same trade, all in just two trading days. Subscribers who were following along had the chance to make out like bandits on the biggest pair of wins in Money Map history. You can click right here to see more about how Shah does this.


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