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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Will small caps be the biggest winners of the next few years, or will they lag the overall market?
Petrolina Holdings is Cyprus’s largest oil company. It also owns a vast stretch of beachside land. Is the stock about to experience a revaluation?
High-net-worth individuals are looking to diversify their wealth. Butterfield is an interesting option – for both banking and investing.
The market punished PayPal for its recent user policy “error”. Will we see new competitors emerge as a result? Is there a clever way for private investors to benefit?
Large-cap European bank stocks have been out of favour for 14 years. Is now the time to take a closer look again?
Britain’s path to energy independence sparks new interest in its Overseas Territory, the Falkland Islands. Here is a fresh look at a subject that I already uncovered in 2004.
With the pound at a record low to the dollar, some British companies are now a bigger bargain than ever. What private investors need to know.
Bank of Cyprus is the country’s leading bank and listed in London. It recently attracted interest by private equity, and a bid could yield a 49% profit before year-end.
The share price of the Société des Bains de Mer has rallied to a new record, puzzling many observers. Here is why SBM stock has even further to run.
For owners of Russian ADRs and GDRs worth at least EUR 50,000, this Swiss route could come in handy. Time is of the essence, though.
With a sustainable 10% p.a. stock yield, British insurance company and asset manager M&G plc might become the target of a lucrative bid.
Investing in ancient Cuban debt is one of the investment world’s great adventures, and 10 Undervalued-Shares.com readers can become a part of it.