Small Stock Specialist
Small Stock Specialist editor Frank Curzio brings his subscribers unbiased, independent research on the world's most promising small-cap companies... which often have market caps under $5 billion.
With this research service, Frank targets small-cap stocks with triple-digit upside potential
In fact, Small Stock Specialist was created to capitalize on the lucrative small stock secrets Frank has uncovered during his 18-plus years as a professional small-stock analyst.
Prior to coming to Stansberry Research, Frank worked for one of the richest hedge-fund managers on Wall Street, where his job was to analyze small-cap stocks.
It was his job to find the world's best small stocks, which he would share with millions of people around the world. Frank has also presented his research on national television, on programs like CNBC's The Kudlow Report, CNBC's The Call, CNN Radio, and Fox Business News.
As reader Benjamin Class from Massachusetts told us, "You want someone like Frank Curzio on your side. Frank does an abundance of homework for his stocks picks and has access to resources and reports that the average guy like myself would never have access to, much less have time to make sense out of."
And as Frank himself says, "Over the past decade, I've studied tens of thousands of small stocks. Because of that experience, I've found that picking them can be just as safe as picking the biggest blue-chip stock... But with much more profit potential."
On the third Wednesday of every month, Frank publishes his best recommendations in Small Stock Specialist, where he'll show you the most lucrative opportunities in the small-cap space.
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Meet Frank Curzio
Frank Curzio, Jr. is the editor of Small Stock Specialist, an investment advisory which focuses on undervalued growth stocks with small market caps.
Frank is also the host of S&A Investor Radio, a free weekly investment podcast. You can listen to Frank's latest episodes here.
Prior to joining Stansberry & Associates in 2009, Frank worked for one of the richest hedge-fund managers on Wall Street, where his job was to analyze small-cap stocks.
You can learn more about Frank's latest research by clicking here.
Issues are published the third Wednesday of every month