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About Peter Grandich

Peter Grandich entered Wall Street in 1984, with neither formal education nor training, and would become one of the most sought-after investment authorities. After successfully predicting the Wall Street crash of 1987, the rally to new highs that followed and subsequent major tops in 2000 and 2008, his moniker “Wall Street Whiz Kid” was most definitely earned. At the core of both his professional and personal life, Grandich is guided by strong Catholic Christian principles. Having turned the “Ten Commandments” into the “Ten Suggestions,” Peter would make millions and lose it, not once but twice. He details this and so much more in his autobiography, “Confessions of a Former Wall Street Whiz Kid.” After more than 38 years in the industry, Grandich now states that he is in the twilight of his professional career, with faith continuing to serve as his foundation. He continues to share his financial wisdom via his blog.

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Last evening, Tucker Carlson said it all in his opening. I couldn't agree more. I said it before and I'll say it again (and please, by all means, unsubscribe if you disagree),  America is now…

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Pete Speaks 6/28/22

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“As I approach 40 years in and around the financial services industry, I am extremely proud yet humbled by the recognition I have received from individuals, the financial media and my peers. I truly treat celebrities as people and our people as celebrities.” – Peter Grandich