Frank Curzio's WALL STREET UNPLUGGED Podcast

Ep. 510: Frankly Speaking: Another Market Disconnect

Welcome back to another episode of Frankly Speaking!

We’re officially in a “stock picker’s” market.

The gold and junior mining sectors are not what they were two years ago.

You used to be able to just take a dart, throw it, and be up 200% – 300%…

But market dynamics have shifted.

These are sectors that have recovered significantly since record-level lows.

And now that the market has gone up, extra homework on the individual companies is a must.

To begin today’s show, I explain exactly what investors need to look for in these risky markets… and how to tell if their flagship mining projects are worth betting on.

Switching gears…

I then talk about the difference between American and Canadian stock exchanges… and why I always push listeners away from the OTC.

Many of my stock recommendations fall under Canadian listed exchanges. And as I explain on the show… the higher the volume, the safer the exchange.

Then, to end the episode, I share with listeners one of the biggest market disconnects today.

This is a popular stock that has recently come down 8, 9 points and is currently sitting at a bargain price.

Don’t bet against Warren Buffett here.

This particular company is spending a lot of money in all the right growth markets. You’re getting paid to wait.

Other topics talked about: An updated outlook of a stock I recommended 6 years ago – Steel Dynamics (STLD)…A break down on how private-placement offerings work… And an update on Amir Adnani’s GoldMining (GOLD)

Special thanks to Luke, Paul, Jared, Daniel, and Michael for all the great questions.

Keep em coming!

  • For the full show transcript – CLICK HERE (pdf)

Stocks Mentioned

  • International Business Machines (IBM)
  • Facebook (FB)
  • Gold Standard Ventures (GSV)
  • GoldMining, Inc. (GOLD.V)
  • General Electric (GE)
  • Steel Dynamics (STLD)
  • BlackBird Energy (BBI.V)
  • First Mining Finance (FF.V)
  • Microsoft Corporation (MSFT)
  • Ashland Global Holdings (ASH)
  • Take-Two Interactive (TTWO)