Ep. 593: Back from the Super Bowl… Now Back to Work

The Eagles are world champions!

As many of you know, I’m a diehard Philadelphia Eagles fan. I had an amazing time at the Super Bowl this year – it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

To see a few video highlights from the event, check out our Facebook page here.

But I’m back with two great interviews for you today…

On this episode, I explain why prudent investors love corrections. The market has seen an intra-year correction (10% pullback from its highs) for 37 straight years. Over 75% of the time, the market ended the year higher.

You’ll also hear from two amazing guests: First up… Mike Alkin, Editor of Moneyflow Trader. Mike tells us what he’s seeing in the markets (hint: we have different opinions!)… and explains how to profit from a further pullback in stocks.

We also get a sneak peak into Mike’s new podcast… (details below).

Then I chat with first-time guest, Gianni Kovacevic – author of My Electrician Drives A Porsche.

Gianni is one of the leading authorities on electricity analysis. He drove a Tesla across the U.S. to prove the “technology of the future” is here now.

You’ll learn why electricity demand is about to skyrocket all over the globe… and Gianni’s favorite way to profit from this global trend…

Tune in to listen to these all-star analysts.

Good investing,

Frank Curzio

P.S. Our own Mike Alkin is going to be hosting his own podcast, the “Mike Alkin Show: Talking Stocks Over a Beer.” We’ll be rolling it out soon, but Mike had something urgent to say… so he couldn’t sit on it until then. Stay tuned for his timely pre-episode tomorrow.

Links & Resources

  • Watch Mike Alkin at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference here
  • Check out Gianni’s book
  • Look at Copperbank’s website here

Stocks Mentioned

  • Freeport-McMoRan (FCX)
  • First Quantum Minerals (FM.TO)
  • CopperBank Resources (CBK.CN)
  • Tesla (TSLA)

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One Comment

  1. Mike
    February 8, 2018 @ 11:53 pm

    You have to assume that electric cars will drive increased demand for the utilities unless it will be netted out by solar. In our case we drive a plugin hybrid with a 30m range and have a 5kw solar array on the roof. The roof basically pays the car fuel bill but we export less to the grid because of it. The thing that few people seem to realize is that for many people with solar arrays (increasingly most homes) cheap plugin hybrids will make more sense than pure electric cars – you don’t want a fast charge because the solar array can’t put out the power for a fast charge and you don’t have to worry about range anxiety. And prices for say the new plugin hybrids are low (the new Mitsubishi PHEV Outlander the best selling PHEV in Europe for example is sold for $35k in the US). This makes me think there is trouble ahead for Tesla and re Gianni’s point about copper not only do the cars need copper but the arrays do too. But the petrol engine may be around in cars longer than people realize.


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