In this episode, I interview former Fidelity Investment fund manager Chris Galizio. Executive Producer of “Money Game,” grew Fidelity Focused Growth to over $7 Billion in assets.
Chris is an Experienced Institutional Portfolio Manager with a Long track record of success managing large-cap growth portfolios. He is skilled in Capital Markets, Portfolio Management, Mutual Funds, Hedge Funds, and Investments. He is a finance professional with a Master of Business Administration – MBA focused in Finance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
For the last three years, he has also run his fund Focused Capital Investment, preparing for the inevitable.
He helps us understand why the stock market keeps rising in value and why commodity stocks are not acting on fundamentals. Wallstreet and the FED have broken the free market on the stock exchanges, and malinvestment is rampant.
He goes into his new movie Money Game, which he is making with Julian Lowenthal, producer of many Hollywood movies. We talk about the movie and how it is the first movie from Hollywood, describing in great detail what is wrong and promoting real free markets as a solution. It is in Chris’s word Good Will Hunting meets Wolf of Wallstreet. You can find more info about the movie here, and it will be out in early 2023. This movie will be excellent as it will go into the plumbing of money and how, on September 17th, the Virus started spreading, and it wasn’t the Coronavirus. It was a Virus that kept the host alive to live in its body as it slowly ate away at its host. We discuss how Covid has been used to cover up the biggest bailout ever in history.
Chris can still accommodate investors that want to help make this message as big as possible, and if you are interested in helping make it even more significant, you can contact me here. You can find out more about the movie here.
We also talk about how the FED and other Central Banks have destroyed the free markets, distorted them and removed active investors trying to set market prices, replacing them with 85% passive vs. 15% active. Wonder why certain stocks always move up? With over 27 years of market experience, Chris lays it all out for us quickly and understandably and what he is doing with his portfolio!
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