Listen to hedge fund veteran and one of the best short-sellers in the world, Mike Alkin from Curzio Research, as he talks to CEOs, Corporate Managers, and Hedge Fund Managers to expose price imbalances and money-making opportunities “hidden in plain sight.”
What to save the planet? Use nuclear power
Mike Alkin @FootnotesFirst on why #RenewableEnergy is overhyped… and #NuclearPower is the answer to saving the planet.
The moral case for fossil fuels
Are #fossilfuels inherently bad? The Center for Industrial Progress @GoIndustrial doesn’t think so. @Dwatkins3, director of education, makes the moral case for fossil fuels.
Don’t be passive at an inflection point like this
Mike talks energy security and passive investing… how they’re linked… and the inflection point that’s been quietly building in the markets…
Nuclear growth outlook is up for the first time since Fukushima
@WorldNuclear raised long-term #nuclear growth outlook for the first time in 8 years. Mike Alkin and @timothychilleri break down the nuclear fuel cycle...
This beautifully ugly industry has massive upside potential
The shipping sector is dirt cheap—and creating a lot of opportunities for investors. Harris Kupperman @HKuppy explains why this industry has massive upside potential.
In an uncertain market… focus here instead
With so many uncertain markets, what’s an investor to do? Mike Alkin @FootnotesFirst walks listeners through which markets to focus on today…
Hope he continues after leaving Curzio
I always enjoy the intro and the different views from the guests. I hope he continues somehow after leaving Curzio.
This guys a nice guy! But the newsletter company he writes for is a Con game
Heard he’s leaving Franks company. Good news. Frank is a scam artist. I hope this gentleman continues the podcast when he’s left Frank
It’s Mikes show and it’s free so he doesn’t owe us anything, but it is interesting that in the intro, he says he’s trying to level the playing field for investors. He seems likable and does give some great food for thought that are serving me well, but he will not discuss any individual stocks as the title and intro imply. I think this is more of a marketing play for his firm Sachem capital which understandable and fair. He does have an amazing recurrent guest Harris “Cuppy” Kupperman who is a stud at calling stocks and has some amazing insights into the shipping industry.