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"
The self-governing island of Sark has tremendous potential. I am working to create a publicly listed company that will allow the public to invest in Sark’s future.
I am in the middle of launching an investment fund. Undervalued-Shares.com readers will benefit in several ways.
Latin America makes for a compelling investment environment for anyone who likes distressed assets.
Where lie the opportunities in distressed investing in Europe? António Batista of Caius Capital shares his views, and how he approaches investing.
Will bonds outperform equities over the next two to three years? Rebecca Pacholder of Snowcat Capital shares her thoughts.
40 Undervalued Shares readers got together for a Q&A session with Harris “Kuppy” Kupperman. What did we learn from him?
SBM owns swathes of Monaco, and its portfolio of unique assets keeps delivering for investors. Will the stock continue to defy gravity?
Companies with legal claims against Venezuela recently doubled and tripled in value. Is there more to come, and where?
What do beginners need to know about investing in companies that are protected by a ‘moat’?
UK stocks are among the cheapest in the world and continue to attract lucrative bids.
Following the EU and US sanctions, is there a glimmer of hope for owners of depository receipts of Russian companies?
Playboy is a world-famous brand, but the company’s market cap is down to USD 130m. A multi-billion brand at a bargain price?