Dubai is the new Monaco. At least, that’s what some say. Is it true, and how can stock market investors participate?
As a result of the pandemic, taxes are set to rise around the world. Which jurisdictions will the wealthy escape to and how can investors benefit?
A value investor who is a portfolio manager and loves to write – sounds familiar? Andrew Walker’s blog should resonate with many of my readers.
Is now a good time to look at Iraqi stocks? Can ordinary investors participate? I set out to investigate.
There is a backdoor route to investing in Uzbekistan’s best growth companies. This investment will sell out soon.
Iran has one of the world’s cheapest stock markets as well as fast-growing tech companies. For experienced, non-US investors, here are two options how to get in.
Keen to learn about finance and investing, but don’t have the time to read books? 10-K Diver will help you learn through truly “bite-sized” lessons.
Setting up a new investment fund might just have become a lot easier. If you want to create or manage your own fund, check out fast-growing British start-up Vauban.
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?
Mostly Borrowed Ideas is such a good blog that it might render me unemployed. Quite a few of my readers may subscribe there instead.