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What's really moving these markets

A simple way to make a killing from a market crash

Frank Curzio
By Frank CurzioSeptember 27, 2022

What’s behind today's market action… Cathie Wood’s CNBC interview… How major companies are entering the metaverse… Why October could be a terrible month for stocks… And the best way to protect yourself—and make a fortune—during a market crash.

Ranked the #1 most listened-to podcast on iTunes financial/business segment.

Each week, Frank cuts through the media noise to reveal “what's really moving these markets.”

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