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The Stock Market Is Setting Up For ANOTHER BIG DROP – Gregory Mannarino

TradersChoice.net, Released on 3/27/20

Gregory Mannarino started his career working for the securities and trading arm of the now defunct Bear Stearns before the dot-com bubble. After realizing that working on Wall Street was not like the movies, he moved on to get a medical degree and practiced medicine as a Physician Assistant. He also served in the United States Naval Reserve Medical Service Corps, having attained the rank of Lieutenant. He is an active trader of the capital markets and has published several books pertaining to finance, global economics, and equity trading. Gregory currently hosts a business day “MarketReport” on YouTube. You can find out more about what he offers at his website Traderschoice.net.

3 Responses to The Stock Market Is Setting Up For ANOTHER BIG DROP – Gregory Mannarino

  1. Claude Reply

    03/28/2020 at 1:22 am

    Thank you Gregory Mannarino for what you do and have done
    You are a real great and honest guy

  2. Rick Reply

    03/28/2020 at 4:30 am

    Thank you G-Mann keep us abreast of your views on the financial landscape before us.

  3. Farmer Paul Reply

    03/28/2020 at 11:07 pm

    Mannarino or anyone else that’s smarter than me, please respond if you know the answer or want to be my partner. I have about 17,000 ounces of silver in SLV. One of the rules in SLV allows big holders (50,000 oz or more) to request your silver in physical from SLV but you have to have at least 50,000 oz’s in SLV to do so.

    My question is this, If I find a person or persons that are in the same boat as I am and want to turn their slv it into physical silver, can one or more people form a corporation or holding company or a single entity of some sort and merge our silver in SLV so we have the right to withdraw our silver in Physical form and then divvy it up later?

    I alway thought I’d know when to cash out but I’m starting think I may have missed the boat.

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