Shah Gilani’s “Buy This, Not That” (Is It The Real Deal?)

Today I’m taking a closer look at Shah Gilani’s “Buy This, Not That” presentation.

I stumbled across this through an advertisement online, which took me to a video presentation featuring Shah Gilani, who said there’s a “paradigm shift” underway in the stock market and he knows which stocks are worth investing in, and which aren’t.

I was curious, so I decided to watch the whole video.

To sum it up… Gilani talks about the types of stocks he recommends buying now, and those he says you should sell immediately if you have them.

And while he does mention a few stocks in the presentation, to get access to his full list of “buy” stocks, you need to subscribe to his service, called Money Map Report, for $39.

So it’s mostly a pitch for the Money Map Report, but this is a great service, and the price is very reasonable considering what you get access to. Not to mention, Shah is an incredibly talented investor with decades of experience.

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That said, I do think Money Map Report is worth checking out if you’re interested in learning from Shah Gilani and investing in his recommend stocks. Read on to learn more.

What Is Shah Gilani’s “Buy This, Buy That” About?

First and foremost, “Buy This, Buy That” is a video presentation featuring Shah Gilani, who talks about the types of stocks he recommends buying now, and those he recommends selling.

Shah is an investing expert of over 40 years, so he knows his stuff when it comes to picking good stocks and avoiding the duds.

Anyway, during the presentation, Shah talks about how he believes we are in the middle of a generational buying opportunity. And that some popular stocks are going to be replaced by lesser-known stocks going forward.

Which, according to Shah, is creating an “unprecedented paradigm shift” with “endless opportunities for investors.”

He also says that, for every “buy” stock, there are 10 losers behind it, which he says have the power to destroy your portfolio overnight.

And he basically lays out the main differences:

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Here’s a summary of the types of stocks he recommends:

  • Companies that page large dividends
  • Companies that are thriving in a large market
  • Companies with little or no debt
  • Unique companies with a solid competitive advantage

On the flip side, Shah recommends avoiding companies that are overvalued and full of debt, and lists sectors to avoid like commercial real estate and restaurants.

So, that about sums up the “Buy This, Buy That” presentation.

While it is more or less a sales presentation, it’s still worth checking out as you may learn a thing or two. However, if you want to get access to Shah’s specific stock picks that he recommends buying, you will need to subscribe to the Money Map Report.

Because, as a member of the Money Map Report, a $39 newsletter service, you get access to his investor guide entitled “Buy This, Not That” which follows on from the presentation.

In this guide, Shah reveals all five companies he recommends buying and outlines the exact types of stocks he recommends selling. And on top of that, you get access to all the benefits of joining the Money Map Report such as monthly stock picks, education and insights.

Let’s take a closer look at Money Map Report so you know what to expect.

What Is Money Map Report and How Does It Work?

Money Map Report is a trading research service headed up by Shah Gilani that provides subscribers with stock picks, market insights and education.

As a subscriber, you receive a new issue of the Money Map Report each month, which contains a brand new stock recommendation as well as the reasons why Shah has chosen the stock that he has and key market insights. So it’s basically a monthly investing newsletter.

The types of stocks Shah recommends are broad in focus and aren’t very complicated, it’s mostly just stocks, ETFs and that sort of thing. Shah says that “every move is designed to maximize your gains, while providing both growth and safety.”

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It’s not just about stock picks though. You also get a lot of insight from Shah and the team at Money Map Press, to help you learn and become a better investor, which is important.

Because otherwise you’re blindly following someone’s stock picks which, while that may sound good, makes you too reliant on one person and in my experience that’s a little risky. So it always pays to educate yourself as much as possible.

On top of the monthly newsletters, insights and education, members of the Money Map Report also get access to other resources to help them create a lucrative portfolio.

For example, weekly updates, stock highlights and alerts, so you know when to sell a given stock. As well as access to the model portfolio, so you know exactly which stocks are on Shah’s buy list and how well each stock pick is performing.

How Much Does Money Map Report Cost?

Money Map Report costs between $39 and $79 to join.

The Standard membership costs $39 per year and gives you access to what I just mentioned for a full 12 months, along with some bonus reports.

The VIP package costs $79 and is basically the same but you get two years membership instead of just one year, at a discount.

Who’s Shah Gilani – Legit Investing Guru?

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Shah Gilani

Shah Gilani is the man behind Money Map Report and an investing guru of over 40 years.

He works with a financial publishing company called Money Map Press, along with other experts, to provide services like Money Map Report to self-managed investors.

According to the Money Map Press website, Shah ran his first hedge fund in the early 1980’s while working at the Chicago Board Options Exchange.

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And according to his bio on the Money Map Press website, the work he did was central to what became the Volatility Index (VIX), one of the most popular indicators in the world.

In 1999, Shah founded a second hedge fund which he operated until 2003 and then in 2020 he became the Chief Investment Strategist of the Money Map Report.

So I think it’s safe to say that yes, Shah is a real investing guru. He’s been doing this stuff for decades, runs one of Money Map Press’ most popular services, and has an extensive track record of successful investing.

He also provides some really high value insights to subscribers. So, while I wouldn’t bet the farm on every stock pick he lays out, he’s definitely someone you can learn a lot from.

Is Money Map Report Worth It?

Ultimately, how worthwhile Money Map Report is for you, depends on your goals and circumstances, so it’s really something only you can decide.

However, I personally think this could be a great option to consider if you like the idea of investing in a broad range of stocks and ETFs that, according to Shah, are based on three main criteria.

First, Shah seeks out stock plays that are undervalued. So this service is very much based on the “buy low, sell high” philosophy which is a time tested strategy and one used by the greats.

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Second, he looks for stocks that produce income. For example, quality dividend paying stocks that over time could produce a good amount of cashflow depending on factors such as the performance of the individual company and how much you invest.

Third, Shah looks at ways to reduce risk. Because at the end of the day, if you’re not covering the downside, it doesn’t matter how much money you make.

This last point is key because investing is risky.

It doesn’t matter which guru you follow, or what method of investing you choose to leverage, there is ALWAYS risk involved and there are no guarantees you’ll make money either.

So, at the end of the day, I wouldn’t join this expecting to get rich quick, or make lots of money just by blindly following Shah’s stock picks. But I do think this could be a good way to learn how to become a successful investor depending on your goals and personal circumstances.