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Listen to renowned small cap stock analyst Frank Curzio talk with leading economists and respected investment professionals. Frank also breaks down the news of the week so all listeners can make money in these markets!

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Listen to renowned small cap stock analyst Frank Curzio talk with leading economists and respected investment professionals. Frank also breaks down the news of the week so all listeners can make money in these markets!

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If you bought a CEO token, congratulations. You now own one of the most illiquid assets in the world. Think of all the advice Frank gives you when you listen. All the things to look for / research when deciding to invest. Now apply that to a CEO token. Would you invest $25,000 into a company that doesn’t disclose any financial statements? Better yet, a company that promises it will be apart of a 100** trillion dollar industry? Nothing adds up, and an equity stake in Curzio Research means nothing. You’re covering their labor costs. STO’s are the real deal, but the underlying asset in which that token is derived from must be the catalyst for growth, not the offering of the token itself. - cheers

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Frank, host of the Wall Street Unplugged podcast, highlights all aspects of finance, investing and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!

iTunes Ratings

854 Ratings
Average Ratings
730
59
13
18
34

always do your own research

By TheTruthIsLikePoetry - Sep 25 2019
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If you bought a CEO token, congratulations. You now own one of the most illiquid assets in the world. Think of all the advice Frank gives you when you listen. All the things to look for / research when deciding to invest. Now apply that to a CEO token. Would you invest $25,000 into a company that doesn’t disclose any financial statements? Better yet, a company that promises it will be apart of a 100** trillion dollar industry? Nothing adds up, and an equity stake in Curzio Research means nothing. You’re covering their labor costs. STO’s are the real deal, but the underlying asset in which that token is derived from must be the catalyst for growth, not the offering of the token itself. - cheers

Awesome Podcast!!

By Brooke Craven - Jun 25 2019
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Frank, host of the Wall Street Unplugged podcast, highlights all aspects of finance, investing and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!

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Listen to renowned small cap stock analyst Frank Curzio talk with leading economists and respected investment professionals. Frank also breaks down the news of the week so all listeners can make money in these markets!

Rank #1: One on one with investing legend Ken Fisher (Ep. 679)

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Today, I’m joined by first time guest Ken Fisher. Ken is founder, executive chairman, and co-chief investment officer at Fisher Investments [15:43]. He’s also a prize-winning researcher and bestselling author.  Ken breaks down his process for finding the best investing ideas… and why he believes this bull market will continue higher.  In my educational segment, I share a fantastic example of why boots-on-the-ground research is critical [51:17]. One company is down over 40% in the last few months… But thanks to my field work, I already warned you about it. Now management is making awful excuses regarding its recent earnings miss…  And be sure to listen to my rant—which was triggered by dinner plates, of all things. ---------------------- Editor’s note: Want first access to Frank’s boots-on-the-ground intel? For a limited time, we’re offering Curzio Research Advisory at our lowest price ever. Membership grants immediate access to all of Frank’s research… and an on-fire portfolio full of “buy” recommendations. Get all the info here. -------------------------------- Enjoyed this episode?   Get Wall Street Unplugged delivered FREE to your inbox every Wednesday: https://www.curzioresearch.com/wall-street-unplugged/   --------------------------------   Wall Street Unplugged podcast is available at: --iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/wall-street-unplugged-frank/ --Stitcher : https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/curzio-research/wall-street-unplugged-2 --Website : https://www.curzioresearch.com/category/podcast/wall-street-unplugged/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/frankcurzio Facebook:. https://www.facebook.com/CurzioResearch/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/frank-curzio-690561a7/ Website: https://www.curzioresearch.com

Jul 24 2019

1hr 4mins

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Rank #2: Ep 366: Frankly Speaking: Cord-Cutting, T, UA, FB, TWTR, the Retail Sector and Global Panic

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We start today with Kurt who comments on Franks recent podcast where he talked about “cord-cutting”
The next question comes from Andrew who wanted to share a personal experience with ATT
Dave writes in and asks about Under Armour and when is the right time to buy a stock.
The next comment comes from Cameron who sends in a picture of a Chevron gas station in Calf.  Gas at $1.69 a gallon.
Barb writes in to ask about the retail sector.
Kenny wants to know more about the impact of the Paris attacks
Our last question today is from Andy who mentions Twitter
If like to know about Frank’s special discount offers just click here.
And don’t forget send in your questions here.

Nov 20 2015

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Rank #3: Ep 364 Frankly Speaking: Big Oil, Diversification, ITOT, AUY, TSLA and TWX

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We start today with a question from Mario who to know more about last weeks discussion about the current state of the oil industry.
The next question comes from Jocelyn was wants to know about investing if you have a limited amount of funds to start with. How diversified should you be?
Adrianna asks about Yamana Gold (AUY)
The next comment comes from Gab who wants to know more about Tesla (TSLA).
Our last question today is from Andrew who got a shocking letter from Time Warner and wants an opinion of the cable business.
If like to know about Frank’s special discount offers just click here.
And don’t forget send in your questions here.

Nov 13 2015

31mins

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Rank #4: The 10-Year Treasury Just Broke 3%... Here’s Why You Should Use This Non-Event as a Buying Opportunity (EP.615)

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Welcome back to Wall Street Unplugged. Today, everyone is talking about the 10-year Treasury yield—namely, how it just broke 3% for the first time in years. Here’s the truth: this isn’t a big deal—no matter what the media say. This number is still well below historical norms… However, it does present us with a buying opportunity… which I’ll tell you about in today’s show. But before I get to that, I welcome as my guest this week Danielle DiMartino Booth. Danielle is a former adviser at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and editor of the Money Strong newsletter. Today, she breaks down the impact higher yields will have on individual investors… the fundamental landscape of today’s housing market… and why millennials will be a huge drag on the economy much quicker than most economists are forecasting. I also give you a play-by-play of how I find my best stock ideas. This simple strategy will help you invest in the best stocks before Wall Street finds out about them… and before they’re mentioned in the media.

Apr 26 2018

1hr 3mins

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Rank #5: Ep. 396: Retail Expert Shares Her Favorite 10 Stock Picks

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Kristin Bentz, retail expert and founder of The Talented Blonde, talks about the death of department stores, the impact higher gasoline prices will have on retailers, why Target will continue to outperform Wal-Mart, and how strong housing data will lead to further gains in Home Depot.  
Kristen also highlights several more of her favorite retail stocks to buy and sell.  Names she discusses include TJX Companies, Macy's, JC Penney, Lowe's and several luxury brands that are now catering to the millennial generation.

Mar 16 2016

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Rank #6: Ep. 463: The Donald Trump Game Plan

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Who saw this coming? Welcome back to another episode of Wall Street Unplugged. As all of you know, the one and only Donald Trump will become our next President. Our economic environment has radically changed overnight - and I'm here to break-down what this means for every sector going forward. I'll try my best to avoid anymore political discussion. Instead, on today's segment, we'll be talking about whats important - your portfolio. My guest this week is Nick Hodge - founder and President of the Outsider Club, and investment director of Early Advantage. One thing is clear... the resource bear market is coming to a close. And as Nick explains, opportunities are arising "across-the-board." Nick shares with us his strategy of buying some of the highest-yielding resources at dirt cheap prices. To end the episode, Nick gives listeners his favorite stock ideas. This includes four buy-recommendations every resource stock investor needs to be aware of.

Nov 09 2016

55mins

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Rank #7: Ep 350 Frankly Speaking: Hedging, Biotech, Stichting, Burn Rate and Dividends

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We start today with a question for Brandon who wants to now Frank’s opinion on those shale drillers that have hedges on and what will happen when those expire.
The next question comes from John who asked Frank if it might be time to take another look at those immunotherapy stocks Franks previously recommended.
Todd wants to know more stichting in regards to Mylan Pharmaceuticals.
Jonathan asks Frank if, using mining companies as an example what do you look for to determine if a company will be healthy enough to weather a bear market. 
Our last question today is from Glenn who wants to know about ATT’s dividend.
If like to know about Frank’s special discount offers just click here.
And don’t forget send in your questions here.

Sep 25 2015

23mins

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Rank #8: Ep 392: Why Our Next President Matters For Investors

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Andrew Horowitz, founder & president of Horowitz & Co, talks about which presidential elect would be the most damaging to your portfolio. He also highlights why Donald Trump is capturing so much attention despite sharing little details on his bold plans to change America.
Andrew and Frank then break down their favorite sectors to buy and sell.  They also share some of their best ideas - including one social media company that could pop more than 100% over the next 12 months.

Mar 01 2016

1hr 2mins

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Rank #9: Ep. 539: Sprott's Natural Resource Symposium: The good news... and the bad

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Welcome back to another episode of Wall Street Unplugged!   I just returned home from the 2017 Sprott Natural Resource Symposium in Vancouver… my go-to conference each year.   It’s where the most successful junior mining investors and executives gather from around the globe… where I've learned about companies like McEwen Mining, Sandstorm Gold, and Northern Dynasty... and where I get to sit in exclusive closed-door sessions with company insiders.   On this week's show, I'm honored to re-introduce the Executive Chairman of, by far, the most promising company of this year’s Symposium.   His name is Ivan Bebek.   His company is about to embark on one of the largest drilling programs in the junior resource space today. And if they hit… investors could see a 50%-plus pop in shares almost immediately.   It’s the type of risk/reward setup that’s too favorable to ignore.   That’s the good news…   Some of what I witnessed in Vancouver was cringeworthy… the same pump and dump scams I’ve seen too many times.   It reminded me why the natural resource industry can be so dangerous for investors. So on this week's Educational Segment, I’ll remind you of the key things to watch out for.   Good Investing, Frank Curzio

Aug 02 2017

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Rank #10: Ep. 521: Take Your Profits on This Tech Darling

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Welcome back to another episode of Wall Street Unplugged.   This week I’m again joined by the one and only market veteran – Richard Suttmeier.   Rich has been analyzing stocks for over 40 years, is a weekly contributor for Forbes and TheStreet.com, and is the founder and CEO of Global Market Consultants.   As my frequent listeners know, Rich is probably the biggest permabear I invite on the show.   Our opinions almost always contradict...   Yet for this reason, he is an asset for all my investment theses… Why?   Rich has a knack for uncovering data no else seems to mention. He calls it "the balance sheet of the U.S. economy," otherwise known as the FDIC Banking Profile.   And although he uses this overlooked data to contest nearly everything I put on the table...  It always helps to hear the otherside.   If you own a stock, or a have any interest in a certain sector... you don't want to talk to the hundreds of people that love it. Instead, you want to hear from that one guy who hates it.   And Rich is that guy.   On today's show he brings the heat - focusing on the downside risks of oil, semiconductors, utilities, housing markets, and his favorite, the financial industry.   If you have bets on any of these sectors, let Rich challenge your perspective. It won't hurt.   Then, for today's Educational Segment [43:13], I’m breaking down a stock that the whole world’s in love with right now.   It’s a global tech “darling” and is part of a select group of stocks that essentially drives the entire market, also known as FANG.   But trading at 23 times earnings, after coming off four straight quarters of positive earnings estimates, I make the case for why it’s time to cash in… and take profits any off the table. Recent momentum has carried on just too far.   Good Investing,   Frank Curzio

May 31 2017

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Rank #11: Ep. 524: Frankly Speaking: Industry on Fire - Video Games

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Welcome back to another episode of Frankly Speaking. If you’re interested in buying some video game stocks but don’t understand the differences between the U.S-based big three; Activision Blizzard (ATVI), Electronic Arts (EA), and Take-Two Interactive (TTWO)... Today’s show is right up your alley. In comparison to movies, TV studios, and other corners of the entertainment industry, no other sector has seen this much success in recent quarters. In fact, video game stocks have been in an all-out frenzy...  Revenues are growing… share prices are reaching new all-time highs almost every week… and the combined market-cap of these companies now reach over $80 billion. Over the last two years alone, shares of Take-Two have nearly tripled, Activision has more than doubled, and EA is up over 80%.  Unlike, let’s say, just five years ago… Video game companies no longer have to wait till Christmas time to make their profits. Those days are over. Today, digital revenues now come from an array of sources like in-game advertising, downloadable map-packs, full-game downloads, subscriptions… along with the consumer's ability to purchase virtual cars, clothes, and guns with real dollars - pushing company valuations even higher. Let’s not forget to mention their impact on the world of mobile gaming... Now although I wouldn’t be going all-in at these levels, on today’s show, I jump into the nitty-gritty. And give away my favorite bet out of the three. Switching gears, I turn my focus to a sector that is showing no signs of slowing down. It’s sort of like the video game industry with only more potential. Like four times the potential.  I’m calling out what some investors in this sector are failing to do: Looking at the bottom-line numbers and fundamentals… NOT only the stock price. (Yes, some are expensive) Investing in future growth catalysts… NOT only in momentum (cough, cough, Nvidia). The truth is, there are still several companies out there climbing at only 15x forward earnings… in a sector that’s still very much in its infancy. Special thanks to George, Sheryl, and Jerry for all the questions. Keep them coming at Frank@CurzioResearch.com Good Investing, Frank Curzio

Jun 09 2017

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Rank #12: Ep 386: John Petrides: What I'm Buying Right Now

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John Petrides, managing director and portfolio manager at Point View Wealth Management, explains why our economy is not headed for recession.  He also shares his favorite stocks to buy on the current pullback and why this one industry-leading tech company could see its share price fall sharply from here.   
Frank then breaks down fourth quarter earnings season.  He highlights the big winners and losers as well as sectors you should avoid.   He also shares his favorite market indicator - which suggests stocks are heading much lower over the next few quarters.

Feb 11 2016

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Rank #13: Ep 355: My Favorite Stocks Heading Into Earnings Season

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John Petrides, Portfolio Manager at Point View Wealth Management, talks about the huge volatile being caused by the Federal Reserve and how it could impact your portfolio.  
He also breaks down his favorite sectors - including media and technology - and shares his top stocks to own heading into earnings season

Oct 14 2015

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Rank #14: Ep 385 Frankly Speaking: Politics, Millennial’s, Bernie, Super Bowl Bets, Distressed Debt and AMZN

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We start today with a question from Chang who wants to talk politics.
The next is a comment from Justin who wants to explain to Frank Millennial’s and their student debt problems. You’ve got to hear Frank’s answer to this comment.
John writes in and comments about Bernie Sanders.
The next question comes from Chris who wants to know about distressed debt.
Mike wants to know if Frank can get Chris Mayer back on the podcast.
And our last question comes from M.T. who wants Frank’s thoughts on the 400 stores that Amazon (AMZN) is supposedly going to open.
If like to know about Frank’s special discount offers just click here.
And don’t forget send in your questions here.

Feb 06 2016

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Rank #15: Expert predicts these 10 stocks will outperform the markets in 2019 (Ep. 655)

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It’s earnings season… and I welcome back great friend and respected analyst John Petrides, managing director and portfolio manager at Point View Wealth Management. He’s been analyzing the markets for over 15 years.   In this interview, John covers an array of topics, including the biggest risks to your portfolio this year… what sectors you should have exposure to… and his top 10 stocks that will outperform the markets in 2019.   And… It’s official. Next week, we make history here at Curzio Research by launching the first-ever digital security offering in the financial newsletter industry.   I explain why I’m so passionate about this industry… and exactly how we plan to grow into one of the largest financial newsletter companies in America.   In my educational segment [51:08], I share some thoughts on last night’s State of The Union address. And I’m not talking politics… I’m talking about the impact it will have on every single investor across America.

Feb 06 2019

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Rank #16: Ep 395 Frankly Speaking: Inverse ETF’s, NY vs. FL, Billions, Marin Katusa, Trump and Mentors

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We start today with a question from Daniel about Inverse ETF’s.
The next is a comment from Alex who would like to know if Frank is trying to make Florida more like New York.
Steve writes in and asks Frank about the new Showtime show Billions and hedge fund practices in general.
Mike writes in to ask Frank about Marin Katusa and how they can find his fund.
Frank takes another political question, this time from Jeremy.
And our last question comes from Lisa who would like to know who Frank’s mentors are.
If like to know about Frank’s special discount offers just click here.
And don’t forget send in your questions here.

Mar 13 2016

36mins

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Rank #17: Ep. 529: Michael Alkin: The Art of Short Selling

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Welcome back to another episode of Wall Street Unplugged. It may look like you can't miss by going short now… Most stocks are at all-time highs… we’re seeing new records almost every week... and at this point, even perma-bulls are stuttering. The inevitable is just around the corner, right? For the past eight months short-sellers have had it increasingly rough. Just take a look at the charts. It’s obvious. Minor market pullbacks have been met with even bigger buying opportunities. And earnings along with valuations today continue to surge. Expectations… well, they’re still bullish. Simply put, if you want to short in today’s game, investors have to be more methodical than ever before. Which leads me to today’s guest - short-selling expert, Michael Alkin. Michael is a former hedge fund analyst, portfolio manager and is currently the Editor & Founder of The Stock Catalyst Report. As Michael points out, even in today’s market, some expectations are far from reality. With all the day-to-day noise we hear surrounding Wall Street, Michael breaks down some alarming, yet subtle changes particular companies are making that are going completely unnoticed… Leaving short-sellers, for those that are still alive, with a surprisingly exciting opportunity. The only hard part is -- where do you look? Tune in as Michael unveils his favorite short-selling methodology… showing listeners exactly where to find these opportunities and the all the risks that come with it. On the flip side, Michael brings up a sector he’s going “all-in” on. Frequent Wall Street Unplugged listeners have heard the same thesis over and over again from some of the smartest people in the industry. However, to end the episode, Michael brings up two catalysts listeners have yet to hear. “In my 20-plus years of my career, this is the best risk/reward ratio on the long-side I’ve ever seen.” Good Investing, Frank Curzio

Jun 28 2017

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Rank #18: Ep. 513: Tim Sykes: The only way to trade penny stocks...

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Welcome back to another episode of Wall Street Unplugged! Today I’m breaking all the rules… Just last week I talked about the benefits of compounding wealth… how long-term value investing is the safest, and smartest strategy for anyone betting in the markets. Even my new newsletter, Curzio Research Advisory, has stock recommendations based off favorable trends for the next 5, 10 years, and beyond… Today’s guest however is someone that takes a completely different angle… His name is Tim Sykes. Everyone has their own strengths. For example, Chris Mayer is a legend at picking international stocks. My other frequent guest, Marin Katusa, is a resource stock sniper. I personally have a knack for picking junior miners and small-cap biotech stocks. And then there’s Tim... Tim is a financial activist, educator, and is most famously known for his success at day trading penny stocks. He focuses on, no doubt, the most speculative and riskiest investments in the market today… yet has found massive success doing it. He’s the only penny stock expert I know. And on today’s show, he’s giving away all of his secrets. And shows listeners exactly how he takes advantage of the market’s hidden inefficiencies. Now before we get into the technicals, I’ll start with the easy stuff… Penny stocks are far from normal stocks. Some are not even listed on major exchanges… New investors often see these stocks with low prices and think they’re bargains. But what they don’t understand is that the chances of seeing positive returns are highly unlikely. You’re more likely to lose money. Here’s the truth: About 97% of penny stocks are awful companies or, flat-out, horrible investment choices. In my opinion, there are only 3 ways to actually make money on penny stocks. The first, is finding something I call a “revamp company.” Every once in a while a company will go bankrupt, maybe get bought out, and restructure their business models entirely. And at some point in that arch of a story, investors can get in at an huge discount. Again, this is an extremely rare occurrence… and takes a lot patience. Secondly, investors get lucky. They buy a stock for cents on a dollar, wait until they get lucky, and sell. It’s that simple. And then there’s Tim’s method - buying and selling off something called “pump and dumps.” And surprisingly, it’s consistent. You’re not diving into any profits, revenues, margins… None of that. Why? Because penny stock don’t have any. Instead, Tim advises listeners to just look at only two things: “Volume and price-action.” “...Who were today’s highest percent gainers and losers… and why?” Of course, as Tim explains on the show, there are a couple strict guidelines to follow. But more important, these “pump and dump” schemes happen more than you’d think. As an avid investors, Tim and I have seen it all… Promotions, people who get paid to recommend stocks, targeted short-sellers, etc. The list goes on. Some of the biggest scams I’ve ever seen derive from pump and dump initiatives. And it’s nice to finally bring someone on the show that knows how to benefit from them. Yet only from the outside looking in. Again, this strategy is not for everyone… But if you can take it one step at a time, play by these specific rules, and bet on the right information... you can turn thousands into millions in a matter of days. Whether you play the upside or the downside, here's the only real way investors can money in this highly speculative market.

May 03 2017

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Rank #19: Ep. 481: Let Marin Katusa double your money

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Welcome back to another episode of Wall Street Unplugged! I just got back from the 2017 Consumer Electronic Show... and we have a lot of ground to cover. To start off today's episode, I give listeners my take on the event. This year's experience was a bit different. In fact, there are more trends to avoid rather than trends to invest in. Tune in this week as I'll be separating the truth from all the noise. I'm then joined by the one and only, Marin Katusa - founder of Katusa Research. There's been a lot of tech-talk recently, but let's not get caught up in just one sector. With the annual Vancouver Resource Investment Conference just two weeks away, Marin is here to give listeners a sneak-peek. Also, he catches us up to date within the gold, silver, and uranium markets. Even with the dollar strengthening, we've seen a slight rebound in these sectors. What does this mean going forward? Well, let us hear from the best as Marin shares his 2017 outlook. Then, to end the episode, Marin talks about his most successful discovery last year. He claims it as the "world's largest undeveloped copper & gold mine." Its the stuff of legends... And thanks to Marin, I gave listeners a stock that has grown over 300% since recommending it - just 6 months ago! As you'll hear, this stock is dirt-cheap yet still holds massive growth potential.

Jan 11 2017

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Rank #20: Ep. 517: Marin Katusa: Why There's More Pain Ahead for Junior Miners

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Welcome to another episode of Wall Street Unplugged.   Marin is back!   For those unfamiliar, Marin Katusa, the founder of Katusa Research, is probably the most connected guy in the resource industry.   As always, he comes on the show to give listeners his insight and full updates in the gold, uranium, and energy industries.   Coming from a guy who is usually bullish when it comes to junior miners… Today, Marin is taking a completely different stance.   You heard that right.   Marin, who focuses 100% of his time on the resource sector, is giving investors a fair warning.   “A tsunami of selling is coming to the junior mining sector.”   And oddly enough, it has nothing to do with the companies themselves.   The rising issue for junior miners lies behind a major rebalancing of a popular Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) known as the VanEck Junior Gold Miner (symbol GDXJ).   Marin is here to give you all the details of this developing story… and explain why this already weak sector will get even worse.   In a matter of weeks, Marin expects these small-cap stocks can plummet as far 25%-50%.   However, as Marin explains, this news will lead to a chain reaction that is “music to our ears…”   “You want to buy when others are forced to sell,” he says.   This will be one of those rare market opportunities where investors can buy some of the world’s most valuable junior gold companies for pennies on the dollar.   Marin and I then talk about the one and only Northern Dynasty (NAK). Marin’s been closely studying this stock for over two years now. In fact, he’s the one who initially introduced me to it when the stock was at only 40 cents.   Now that the long awaited EPA agreement with the company has finally been settled, to end the episode, Marin shares with us NAK’s biggest catalyst going forward.   Let’s not forget: We’re talking about the world’s largest undeveloped copper and gold mine here. It’s just the beginning.   Also, don’t sign off when Marin leaves…   99% of investors, even Marin, are bearish when it comes to the oil and gas industry. But not me. On this week’s Educational Segment, I explain why we should all be aggressively buying in the sector before OPEC comes out with another game-changing announcement.   Good Investing,   Frank Curzio

May 17 2017

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