Welcome back to another episode of Frankly Speaking!
With all the noise surrounding the internet these days, it’s difficult to find a good financial research platform. And as some listeners have noticed, Yahoo Finance is not what it was 5 years ago.
To start off today’s episode, I give listeners a list of my favorite online financial sites… Sites I generally use for my own research. Some come with a cost and some are free, however, each of these sites have their own strength.
Remember, this podcast is about you, not me. Below this post I provided the links of all sites mentioned. I highly recommend you check them out.
Then, my next question covers a stock I am getting tons of feedback on – KKR & Co. LP (KKR). I recommended this stock just two weeks ago on my educational segment. And since then, it appears many subscribers are hesitant or concerned.
Today, I’ll be jumping back into the numbers – and will explain why there’s still massive upside potential.
Also… I can’t win them all.
A couple months ago I made a mistake. I recommended a retailer just as the holiday season was picking up. And since then, the brick & mortar sector has been crushed. I’ll admit my losses. However, I still believe this particular company is in way better shape than its competitors.
Although I’m expecting a little more “pain” in the short-term, I still love their long-term position.
Switching gears, I then dive into the uranium sector. Prices have finally reached over $20/lb. In fact, uranium is trading at prices not seen since 2004. What does this mean going forward?
Special thanks to Kurt, Scott, Christopher, Kris, Daniel, and John.
Links and Resources:
- My favorite online financial resources:
- Want FREE access to the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference? Click HERE
- Listen to my educational segment [44:25] on KKR, when I first recommended the stock – HERE
- Also, here’s my episode with Jordan Trimble – CEO of mentioned stock, Skyharbour Resources
- Cameco Corporation (CCJ)
- Uranium Energy Corp (UEC)
- Skyharbour Resources (SYH.V)
- Uranium Resources (URRE)