Every week, I send out an email with observations about markets, investments, and random other subjects. These emails will help you shape your world view, they will teach you new investment strategies, and they will also give you new ideas that you can research further.
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The Sark Property Company is preparing an ambitious bid for real estate on Sark. The company also plans to do an IPO.
Alongside producing cigars, Scandinavian Tobacco Group produces plenty of cash for its shareholders – and it plans to grow further!
E-commerce company Allegro was Poland’s largest IPO ever. The stock has since dropped two-thirds. Is now the time to get in?
C&C Group is a leading British producer and distributor of alcoholic drinks. There are several reasons why the stock should be re-rated.
The stock of Northern Data first rose tenfold, then dropped 96%. Will an event in Frankfurt trigger a new lift-off?
Two days of nonstop fact-finding in Hungary. Here is what you’ve missed.
London-listed Georgian stocks have been on a tear. Is it still time to get into Bank of Georgia, TBC Bank and Georgia Capital?
Following a tender offer and leadership changes, the stock of SNP Schneider Neureither & Partner offers an interesting risk/reward ratio.
The recovery of long-haul jet travel is boosting income at Rolls-Royce. The stock could have another 150% to run.
After a five-year hiatus, Victoria’s Secret’s infamous fashion show returns. Will the bombed-out stock price react?
Hungarian stocks are easy to trade, but no one is taking an interest. Is this about to change?
Governments are realising the need for commodities such as copper. Dormant mining projects could deliver spectacular returns.