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
Investing in Poland (3-part series)
2020 – the year for investing in Europe?
A few thoughts on Wirecard
McDonald’s shares proved everyone wrong, making a small fortune for anyone who had the guts to go against conventional wisdom.
Enter the first LSE-listed Uzbekistan fund which will finally make investing in this frontier country accessible.
Why not be very ambitious and try to always be at the best (sunny) spot with your investments?
It’s likely game over for Woodford Investment Management. Neil Woodford’s portfolio might still offer some real gems worth looking at, though.
Lindblad isn’t just any ordinary cruise ship operator. Its products never disappoint, customers keep coming back and growth prospects are excellent.
The AA PLC has seen its share price crash by 87%. What lessons can be learned from the IPO failure, and is now the time to buy into the company at rock-bottom prices?
The investment case of Gazprom perfectly illustrates how a perception gap looks like. How did the initial phase of this gap closing unfold?
I left Facebook to improve my arsenal of research tools and to focus on growing this blog. But what about Facebook shares, are they still worth holding?
Is your investment thesis worth investigating in more detail? Expose it to others to find out!
Property company SBM was one of the most unusual investment bargains. Could it be even more undervalued today than it was back in 2004? I’ll find out.
My latest research report features an attractive case for placing a bet on a coming takeover bid.
This French family is squirreling away millions each year – now is the opportunity to share some of their spoils
Is there a better signal for a good investment than company owners spending millions on buying more of their own shares?