Frank Curzio's WALL STREET UNPLUGGED Podcast

Why I’m Buying Bitcoin Right Now


Welcome back to another episode of Wall Street Unplugged.

On this episode (#400!!), Chris Macintosh, co-founder of global private network Seraph and private equity expert joins me to talks about the huge risks investors face as countries around the world devalue their currency. 

Chris and his team are experts in the field, so I asked him to join me to let you know his favorite way to make money right now. Chris tells me that the way to profit from a potential global credit crisis is to buy digital currency…Bitcoin.   

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Chris and I then discuss investing in private stocks. He continues to see huge opportunity in private companies but also highlights the huge risks of investing in this illiquid market.

He also shares of few of his favorite “unconventional” trades that are usually reserved for his high net-worth private network.

Finally, I ask Chris a few questions about his upcoming conference in California, Seraph Global Summit, where speakers like Jeff Bone, Rick Rule, and many others discuss finding asymmetric opportunities that provide exponential returns. If you would like to learn more about the conference, click here.

As always, thanks for listening and good investing!

*Update 3/30 – After the podcast was published, Chris reached out to let me know that he wanted to extend a discount to all of the listeners to Wall Street Unplugged: $1,000 discount and the opportunity to bring a spouse/partner at no extra cost.

This discount is only for listeners of Wall Street Unplugged and I encourage you to check out the lineup of speakers here.



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