Ep. 570: Frankly Speaking | My Top 8 Online Financial Resource Tools

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

This week (11/17/2017):

My top online research tools & why I use them…The rebalancing of GE & their recent dividend cut… My favorite funds & names to follow… a quick 13F analysis in real-time

Questions & Comments:

    1. What are some of your favorite places to research stocks and find new ideas?” • Paul [00:57]

    2. Hey Frank, you may finally be right about GE. There’s “blood in the streets” and nobody, ANYwhere, will say a single good thing about the company.” • Matt [16:15]

    3. “Frank, you always talk about 13F’s and how they’re a great source to find stocks. But this information is dated – showing only positions fund managers purchased over the past 3 months. They may not even be in these stocks anymore. Maybe it’s NOT a good idea to follow these fund managers. Thoughts?” • Chad [26:49]

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

  • Here’s the list of ALL my favorite online financial research tools & sources
  • Listen to last week’s full rant (beginning of show) on how crazy the market is right now, especially during earnings season.
  • Learn more about 13f’s HERE – and why I use them almost every quarter to discover stocks.
  • 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!

Stocks Mentioned

  • Boeing (BA)
  • Nvidia (NVDA)
  • General Electric (GE)
  • Celgene (CELG)
  • Expedia (EXPE)
  • Teradata (TDC)
  • Take-Two Interactive (TTWO)
  • Tesla (TSLA)
  • KKR (KKR)
  • Sprint (S)
  • Twitter (TWTR)
  • Etsy Inc. (ESTY)
  • Alphabet (GOOG)
  • Micron Technology (MU)
  • Valeant Pharmaceuticals (VRX)

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One Comment

  1. Randall Palada
    November 27, 2017 @ 3:52 pm

    Hey Frank, thanks for this episode on research tools, there was a lot of great information there. I wanted to ask you about GE. In my own work I can make a case for GE to get down to 11.50 ish, and my question is this: If GE were to get down to that level, would you be dollar cost averaging on the way down, or is your get out point above that level? In other words, considering GE is DEEP value play, is there still a max pain level where you would get out and consider the stock broken? Many thanks in advance if you can reply. Love your podcasts and the newsletter.Take Care


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