Frank Curzio's WALL STREET UNPLUGGED Podcast

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How to Invest in Today’s Super-Risky Market

Welcome back to another episode of Wall Street Unplugged,

My guest this week is John Petrides, current managing director and portfolio manager at Point View Wealth Management.

On this episode John talks about the huge risks in today’s market and how investors can avoid them.  These solutions include investing in out-of-favor sectors, buying large-cap stocks that are growing earnings much faster than the overall market, and being incredibly patient to buy your favorite names at the right price.

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John also shares his top three ideas to invest in right now. This includes one of the largest financial service providers, a best-of-breed food retailer, and one of the most hated oil companies in the world.

He then discloses his favorite sector that has huge upside. Along with two sectors investors should avoid at all costs.

Also, don’t leave us when John signs off. This week’s educational segment concerns Northern Dynasty (NAK) with insights on what to do with the stock since shares have nearly doubled within the past two weeks.

As always, thanks for listening and good investing!

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