Chris Versace on Wall St Unplugged: 3 Reasons a Major Pullback is Approaching

Chris Versace on Wall St Unplugged: 3 Reasons a Major Pullback is Approaching


Frank Curzio is the host of the Wall Street Unplugged podcast. It’s been ranked #1 on Apple’s iTunes website as the “most listened-to” financial show in the business section. Each Wednesday, Frank interviews the top minds on Wall Street and breaks down the markets, economy and shares his favorite stock ideas.

Frank has been hosting a podcast for nearly 10 years, where he has interviewed hundreds of market experts including hedge fund managers, portfolio managers, stock analysts, financial newsletters editors, and billionaires.

This week, Frank interviews Tematica Chief Investment Officer Chris Versace in a wide ranging interview, including a theme by theme breakdown of the market as a whole, a discussion surrounding recently released economic data, what he calls the “Trump Slump,” and how investors should prepare for the upcoming Q2 earnings season. Chris also unveils two “dividend dynamos”… and two small-cap companies listeners MUST add to their watchlist…

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About the Author

Chris Broussard
I'm the Co-Founder and President of Tematica Research and editor of Thematic Signals, which aims to uncover confirming data points and items to watch for our list of investing themes. Whether its a news item, video clip, or company commentary, we've included this full list of items literally "ripped from the headlines." I have been involved in financial services marketing and publishing for over 20 years – having held senior level positions with financial publishers, financial services corporations and providing marketing support and consulting services to financial institutions and independent financial advisors. My background in digital marketing, financial services and consumer research provides me with a unique perspective on how to uncover the underlying proof points that are driving the themes our Chief Investment Officer Chris Versace utilizes in our various Tematica publications.

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