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From financial markets and politics to business and social issues, Dan Ferris and our Stansberry Analysts offer candid discussion on today’s most important headlines. Each week you’ll hear exclusive interviews with guest investment experts, authors, and top thinkers such as Jim Rogers, Kevin O’Leary, Glenn Beck, PJ O’Rourke, and Jim Grant.

Feb 3, 2022

This week, Dan Ferris welcomes back to the show stock-picking expert Matt McCall. Matt has two decades of experience in finance and has made some incredible thousand-percent gains in his career.

And because Matt believes in buying and holding for the long haul, this month's stomach-churning stock volatility didn't faze him... Matt says too often folks "hit the sell button too quickly... and panic selling doesn’t work in the long run."

He reminds listeners that market corrections are natural and inevitable, and smart investors should use these pullbacks as opportunities to buy. Matt still believes in his Roaring 2020s thesis – that the coming decade will be the best years for investing that we've seen yet – but recessions and drawdowns are absolutely a part of it.

Dan and Matt talk technology, one of Matt's cornerstone investing themes. He's still bullish on electric vehicles and Tesla, a company he calls a leader in the industry and sites the current downtrend in these stocks as a great time to get in.

They also discuss 3D printing, something Matt is really excited about, and he says that "by the end of the decade, it could be a trillion-dollar industry." Almost every sector can utilize 3D printing – housing, automobiles, medicine, aerospace ­– and it's an area most investing folks aren’t even looking at yet.

Matt joined Stansberry Research last year, and his subscribers have already achieved impressive gains. And he believes this 3D printing trend is a massive opportunity brewing beneath the surface right now, one that can help investors make a small fortune... projecting 1,000% long-term potential. Click here for all the details and to find out how you can access his recommendations.