Ep. 494: Frankly Speaking: Tesla Debunked

Hello and welcome back to another episode of Frankly Speaking!

For the most part, today’s show is not too different from others. Well, aside from one thing…

I’ve got a headache.

And although there’s a lot to cover… today I take a moment to step away from the market-talk. No “shots fired” or anything, but there’s just a few things I need to clear up. And every once in awhile it’s a bit more fun hosting a show – without any filter.

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Ep. 493: Discover the next trend gurus are betting on

Ep. 493 | Wall Street Unplugged

Welcome back to another episode of Wall Street Unplugged!

To begin the show, and before my guest signs on… I share one of the most underutilized tools in the world of financial research and analysis.

They’re called 13F’s.

Every quarter, all hedge funds and institutional investment managers with over $100 million in qualifying assets are required to report something called a SEC 13F filing.

Simply put, these 13F reports disclose what the largest investors in the world are buying and dumping… allowing regular people like you and me to see exactly where the “smart money” is moving.

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Ep. 492: Frankly Speaking: The Infrastructure Trend is For Real

Welcome back to another episode of Frankly Speaking!

Keep the questions coming!

Last week, the Consumer Price Index (CPI), otherwise known as the inflation rate, posted its largest gain in nearly four years – crushing expectations. And as Fed Chairman, Janet Yellen, has already promised, an interest rate hike is just around the corner.

Investors everywhere are ramping up for this massive macroeconomic change.

But what does this mean for gold?

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Ep. 491: Fund Manager Frank Holmes Unplugged

Ep. 491 | Wall Street Unpluggedext

Welcome back to another episode of Wall Street Unplugged!

Today’s guest is Frank Holmes, CEO and Chief Investment Officer of U.S. Global Investors.

If there’s anyone that knows the global economy, it’s Frank.

To begin the episode, Frank talks about the reality of deregulation. As we all know, the Trump administration has promised massive tax reforms. But Frank argues that these reforms are going to take much longer than what has been initially anticipated.

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