Ep. 566: Frankly Speaking | Facebook is still a long-term buy

In this and every episode of Frankly Speaking, we discuss your top questions about the markets, stocks, the economy – even sports. 

This week (11/03/2017):

Why Facebook is still a buy after earnings… My thoughts on baseball (post-playoffs)… GE’s free-fall… A preview of Michael Alkin’s newsletter… How to figure out your investment timeline

Questions & Comments:

  1. “I know you’ve been high on Facebook (FB) for a very long time. I bought the stock because of you at $90 and still own it today. They just reported solid earnings and raised guidance… Is it time to take my profits?” – Marty [00:46]
  2. “Now that we’ve had one of the best playoffs in history, do you take back all of your negative comments about baseball?” – Joe [10:26]
  3. GE looks like a no-brainer to buy at these levels… but many analysts have warned about volatility and the overall risk of this extended bull market. Am I crazy to think that there can be more downside risk?” – Luke [15:57]
  4. How do we deal with opportunity costs when using your newsletter?” – Eddie [24:33]

As always, thanks to everyone who participated!

Ask me anything by filling out this form. You never know, your question may be the one I read on the next podcast!

Good Investing,

Frank Curzio

Stocks Mentioned

  • Facebook (FB)
  • General Electric (GE)
  • Microsoft (MSFT)
  • Skechers (SKX)
  • Tailored Brands (TLRD)
  • Newell Brands (NWL)
  • Under Armour (UA)
  • Nike (NKE)


China Coronavirus

It’s time to panic about the coronavirus… and protect your portfolio

Most reported facts about the coronavirus are bogus. This disaster is much more serious than anyone is predicting. Here’s how to protect your portfolio...
Listen Now
John Petrides

How the coronavirus is impacting market health

John Petrides explains what the global health crisis could mean for the U.S. stock market… Plus, pay attention to these names during Q1 earnings season.
Listen Now