Frank Curzio is one of America’s most respected and recognized stock experts.

He’s been analyzing stocks for almost 20 years.   In fact, he’s been around the financial newsletter business since the day he was born. His late dad, Frank Curzio Sr., was a portfolio manager and wrote his own financial newsletter for over 30 years.

Frank has traveled all over the world to find the best ideas for his subscribers including every major shale area in the U.S., the headquarters of social media giant Facebook, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Switzerland, Ireland, and most of the major mining cities in Canada.

Frank was the editor of the Small Stock Specialist at Stansberry, a newsletter focused on buying small-cap stocks based on the biggest trends in the world – like Cloud Computing, Internet of Everything, Shale Oil, the Industrial Internet and Connectivity.

Frank has also has experience working for one of the richest hedge-fund managers on Wall Street. It was his job to find the world’s best small and mid-cap growth stocks, which he would share with millions of people around the world. Frank has also presented his research on national programs like CNBC’s The Kudlow Report, CNBC’s The Call, ABC News, CNN Radio, and Fox Business News.

Frank was also ranked #1 in Hulbert’s Financial Digest when editor of the F.X.C Newsletter. He’s also been quoted through numerous blogs and financial sites such as Bloomberg, Seeking Alpha, MarketWatch, and The Energy Report.

Frank is also host of the Wall Street Unplugged podcast. It’s been ranked #1 on Apple’s iTunes website as the “most listened-to” financial show in the business section. Each Wednesday, Frank interviews the top minds on Wall Street and breaks down the markets, economy and shares his favorite stock ideas.

Frank has been hosting a podcast for nearly 10 years, where he has interviewed hundreds of market experts including hedge fund managers, portfolio managers, stock analysts, financial newsletters editors, and billionaires. Frank is said to have one of the deepest list of contacts in the financial industry.