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Sector Expert: Kenneth Ameduri

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Kenneth Ameduri is the chief editor and cofounder of financial publication letter CrushTheStreet.com. He was a founder in Future Money Trends and Wealth Research Group, which have gone on to be vital sources of education and wealth for hundreds of thousands of readers. In his 20s, Kenneth has founded multiple businesses that have gone on to be worth millions of dollars. Kenneth was also a founder of FMT Advisory, which successfully manages millions of dollars in client funds. He is an ardent student of Austrian economics and anticipating market trends as he has successfully invested and built companies for more than 15 years. Kenneth spends his time relentlessly analyzing resource, tech and other sectors, uncovering areas in which equity can be captured and a profit can be made. Kenneth is passionate about sharing the lessons of success and failure that have led him to where he is today through his work published weekly at CrushTheStreet.com.

Recent Interviews

This Just Changed Everything: Green Profits Are Being Unleashed (8/3/17)
Bubble Cycle

Kenneth Ameduri, founder of Crush the Street, discusses why he believes now is a good time to take advantage of cannabis investing opportunities.

Inflation and War Are on the Horizon (4/2/17)
PCE Deflator YOY

Perhaps the final act is about to start for the global monetary system, says Kenneth Ameduri, chief editor of Crush the Street.com, and he discusses ways the precious metals can offer financial insurance.

Major Supply Shortage: Critical Minerals Igniting Bull Market Mania (3/24/17)
Cobalt Supply, Demand and Price

Collapsing oil prices are only the beginning as fossil fuels are turning into a historic relic, says Kenneth Ameduri, chief editor of Crush the Street. He discusses two commodities whose demand he expects to skyrocket as the world shifts to cleaner energy.

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