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
I anticipated a higher-than-expected, soon-to-be-launched bid for Belmond Ltd, the luxury hotel operator. LVMH just made a $2.6bn offer for the company!
Is now the time to invest your money into Argentina and does the country have a chance to become the top-choice of investors in 2019?
Sotheby’s shareholders seem to have a sixth sense for an impending crisis. With its share price currently falling, you better keep it on your watch list.
The Orient Express is up for sale. Could there still be a quick profit to be made, even with the proposed takeover price already being public?
Is there any such thing as making money without taking undue risks? Find out in this acecdote from the German stock market.
With a $400 trillion pension funding shortfall looming, what should you brace yourself for – and how can you escape as much as possible?
How did Argentinean farmland holding CRESUD manage to produce zero return for investors despite spiraling farmland values?
What went wrong, and why the lessons learned matter to anyone who has ever considered subscribing to an IPO placement of a reputable company.
A growing income stream and prospective dividend payments make the Eurotunnel share an interesting bet to safely stash money away.
A case-study of General Electric and how to buy at the top and be forever stuck in a downwards spiral. Will the same hold true for the FAANGs?
The US had spectacular bank blow-ups, and led the world into the biggest banking crisis of living memory. Still, it has major advantages over Europe.
It’s not difficult to imagine that shorting Italy’s public debt could yield 20 times your money if the country does indeed default.