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.
MOST POPULAR WEEKLY DISPATCHES
The Aston Martin IPO - how 007 glamour blinded gullible investors
The day I outed the Rothschilds (and my readers made up to 461%)
McDonald's 1,400% resurgence – and what it teaches you about mainstream Zeitgeist
The coronavirus crisis will turn out to be an inflexion point. From here onwards, the world (and stock markets) won’t continue as a linear extrapolation of the past. Here are some thoughts how it might continue.
Gazprom – that lumbering, state-controlled energy giant – is going full capitalist. Vladimir Putin has adopted a new strategy and he wants to maximise the value of the 50.1% stake that is owned by his government. Read all about it in my new report.
Cody Shirk’s articles get priority in my inbox. His approach and style are very similar to mine but also totally different. Here are 7 reasons why I love his writing.
In 2004, my writing led to a 400% rise in value of an infamous, exotic mining company. This story has followed me ever since. Here is the update many of you had asked about.
You know an investment thesis is controversial when most publishers refuse to even let you write about it. Not surprisingly for such an ultra-contrarian bet, it was also amazingly lucrative!
One way to multiply your money is to invest in the world’s most washed-up, crisis-ridden countries. Here is the story of one investor who did it – over and over again!
My October 2019 article about Virgin Galactic went viral at the time. The BBC quoted it, as did the Washington Post. Since then, the share gained 311%. What can we learn from it?
As good as the Financial Times, but for free. The London-based blogger Joachim Klement has some top-notch content for you.
An amazing history of defaulted German bonds from 1930, czarist Russian bonds from 1917, and the upcoming opportunity with Cuban bonds from the 1930s and 1950s.
The Channel Islands have become a thriving economy that few people have on their radar, and there are several ways investors can benefit from it – including the local stock exchange.
Unlisted companies often offer the best-ever investment opportunities – provided you know how and where to find them!
You’ll be surprised to read about British Airways (BA) on my blog. All the more, since this company is not itself listed on the stock market. You need to buy into Madrid-listed International Airlines Group (IAG, ISIN ES0177542018), a holding company that owns 100% of British Airways.