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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Karl Ehlerding looks back at over 60 years of stock market experience. The equity investor is truly unique among investors – in Germany, and probably worldwide.
Karl Ehlerding blickt zurück auf über sechs Jahrzehnte Börsenerfahrung. Der erfolgreiche Aktienanleger ist ein echtes Unikat der deutschen Aktienszene.
Switzerland’s famous chocolate brand, Lindt & Sprüngli, has a six-digit share price. How did the stock reach such heights, and does it have further to run?
London-listed Polymetal gets you a stake in Russian gold mining for the proverbial song. Crisis investing at its best!
Anyone who owns Depositary Receipts of Russian stocks has been stuck with illiquid securities. Are there any solutions in sight?
Institutional investors are paying top dollars to pick Jens Nordvig’s brain. His research and analysis firm, Exante Data, uncovers macro trends ahead of the crowd.
The stock of Marshall Group has recently seen unusually large transactions. Could the company’s massive land bank soon drive the share price to new heights?
Capturing gas from old coal mines can be a surprising money spinner. How does it work, and what’s the further outlook?
ZCCM Investments Holdings is a Paris-listed company that time forgot. In recent weeks, the stock price has started to rally. Are exciting changes afoot?
Insecurity Analysis helps you learn from great investors. Its truly unique approach involves dusty archives and long-forgotten material.
The weak pound sterling makes British companies even cheaper for foreign bidders. What are the likely bid targets?
Russia’s ruble was supposed to turn into “rubble”, but it became a “double” instead. How does this impact private investors?