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"
“Quoth the Raven” is one of the world’s most successful investment blogs, and deservedly so. I read every single article its author, Christopher Irons, publishes.
Roman Fuzaylov, fund manager at Prince Street Capital Management, sold all his Russian stocks on time. I picked his brain about his view of the world and investment ideas.
The world as it existed just three weeks ago is not coming back. What are the investment implications, and what ideas is Undervalued-Shares.com working on?
John Menzies PLC just received a lucrative bid. Other British firms are in the crosshairs. Where will cash-rich bidders strike next?
Petrobras remains one of the world’s most undervalued major oil companies. This week’s events should drive its stock price yet higher.
How to make the most of investment newsletters, or create your own as a lucrative subscription business!
Stock Spin-off Investing not only offers high-quality investing research, but it’s also a model case for successful blogger entrepreneurship.
Following its switch to a subscription-based operating model, FranklinCovey has a huge growth runway in corporate training. Its stock also has further to run.
Some tech stocks have already reached bargain territory. Here’s why you should focus on subscription businesses (I know I will).
Once a “conspiracy theory”, the Wuhan lab theory has become “the most likely origin”. Are we going to see a similar 180-degree turn on vaccines?
Coal mines offer up to 40% annual return. This is not the only reason why this an industry worth investigating.
Hydrogen is a powerful form of energy, but it’s often overshadowed by solar and wind. Could hydrogen stocks become a surprise growth investment?