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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Don't invest in it if they don't call you crazy!
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The world's best investors (3-part series)
Time to "short" coronavirus vaccines?
Capital controls - a return to the 1970s?
Investing in Poland (3-part series)
A new oil boom in the Falkland Islands
Venezuela - a multi-bagger recovery play?
European bank stocks - a surprise winner of higher interest rates
Pinelawn Cemetery - making a fortune from "land share certificates"
The world is racing towards a potentially massive copper shortage. Which conclusions should investors draw?
Owning a lottery is akin to owning a money printing license. Thanks to a little-noticed spin-off, you can now buy into a pure-play lottery company in Australia.
British politicians will start to push for Britain to rejoin the EU. How can we make money off it?
While finding a good investment idea is important, the key to long-term success is what you do after buying a stock.
Can you buy a stake in the famous Eiffel Tower? The Société de la Tour Eiffel is a stock market oddity – and one that provides a useful lesson.
Bernardino Nogara single-handedly changed the financial fate of the Catholic church. How did he do it, and what can we learn from his work?
Year-end is prediction time. Looking back 22 years, what did the world’s #1 financial newspaper say in its millennium prediction issue?
The luxury goods industry has seen a flurry of takeovers, and more deals are likely to come. Which companies will be in the crosshairs?
Insurance market Lloyd’s of London wants to double in size. How can private investors participate in the opportunity?
My readers are an incredible pool of investment ideas and sector knowledge. Does it pay to bring them together?
Private clubs are having a moment, and Membership Collective Group owns one of the world’s best-known club brands. Following its 75% drop, is the stock a buy?
Will small caps be the biggest winners of the next few years, or will they lag the overall market?