Frank Curzio's WALL STREET UNPLUGGED Podcast

Ep. 562: Frankly Speaking | The most vulnerable FANG stock

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

This week (10/20/2017):

Why GE is now the largest position in my portfolio… Reasons for shorting Netflix during earnings… Why one FANG company is in for a rude awakening… A sneak peek at Michael Alkin’s upcoming newsletter

Questions & Comments:

  1. General Electric (GE) reported terrible earnings on Friday. What are your thoughts? Is the bottom finally here?” – Aaron [00:45]
  2. The new Facebook Live videos are awesome!… Especially the one where you discussed shorting Netflix (NFLX) ahead of the quarter.” – Jeff [09:55]
  3. “You mentioned on the last podcast that your dad was one of few to call the 1987 market crash… Would you mind posting his report?” – Nathan [17:45] (Download my father’s September 1987 “Crash” Newsletter)
  4. “What’s the difference between Michael Alkin’s (Curzio Research’s newest editor and analyst) upcoming newsletter and yours?” – Paul [20:37]

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

Links & Resources

  • Be sure to check out the new Curzio Research Facebook page – where I’ll now be providing live videos, educational material, and in-house interviews!
  • Missed the Netflix video on Facebook? Click here to watch the 3-minute clip on YouTube

Stocks Mentioned

  • General Electric (GE)
  • International Business Machines (IBM)
  • Walmart (WMT)
  • American Express (AXP)
  • Netflix (NFLX)