A rare book from 1966 makes a case for the seemingly unthinkable. Its controversial thesis may gain traction.
A year ago, I reported about the stock exchange of the Channel Islands. The current valuation of the cash-rich and highly-profitable company is almost too good to be true.
If there is a chance to invest alongside clever people who have made billions by spotting investment trends earlier than others, why not latch onto them?
The agriculture and real estate company is one of the smartest ways of betting on a turnaround of Argentina's fortune, if you like to take a contrarian stance.