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!
13 investment trends for a new world
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"
Three weeks ago, I featured a highly unusual investment opportunity. The story ended up getting featured in media around the world.
If you ever wanted to learn more about Poland (and not just from an investing angle!), join me in Warsaw and Krakow this September.
Musings on Markets is a treasure trove for anyone trying to understand company valuations, corporate finance, and investment philosophy.
Empty houses to do up (and invest in), and a potential new lifestyle for yourself – today’s Weekly Dispatch brings you a whole number of different angles!
The Bawl Street Journal isn’t a blog (nor a print publication anymore), but it’s still too good not to be featured!
Where will Poland be in ten years? How can private investors latch onto the country’s growth?
If you have not yet considered investing in Polish tech companies, you are missing out.
Exciting investments are more likely found off the beaten track. My new three-part series takes you on a tour of one of the world’s cheapest stock markets: Poland.
Doom-mongering about Europe is fashionable. But how realistic are these predictions? Could European markets even yield a surprise?
The world’s leading printer of banknotes nearly ran out of money. Finally, a turnaround appears within grasp.
Wirecard has been all over the news last week. Here’s my very own take on this debacle.
If you enjoy the likes of LT3000, Cody Shirk or Lyn Alden, you’ll probably also love the writing of “Kuppy”.