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Chris MacIntosh

Raised in Southern Africa, Chris has since lived & invested from 7 different countries. After a career at top tier investment banks such as JPM, Lehman, Robert Flemmings and Invesco, Chris became tired of corporate life, and has since built and sold multiple million dollar companies, overseen $35m into venture capital, all the while investing full time, and managing his own and private client wealth.

Brad McFadden

After managing high net worth private client funds at Henry Ansbacher, and a proprietary trading book for Rand Merchant Bank in South Africa & Australia, Brad’s speciality is in executing strategies to achieve the asymmetric payoffs for any given thesis, and works with Chris in identifying opportunities across the world’s different markets and asset classes, and how best to execute them.



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THIS is how you lose $10 billion

  NEW PODCAST WITH CHRIS MACINTOSH Chris recently joined Francis Hunt on his Market Sniper podcast to talk about how to navigate the current macro environment with your capital (while also preserving your

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New Bull Market or…?

   ECONOMICS VS IDEOLOGY Could it be that the “green tide” is turning? It was just three years ago when a new CEO was brought in at BP with great fanfare

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Do You Own “Stuff”?

News out of Switzerland caught our collective eye a few days ago: Watches of Switzerland Group Plc, the top Rolex seller in the UK, plunged the most in more than

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When Woke Trumps Economics

As the old adage goes, the cure for high prices is high prices. In other words, big increases in the price of a commodity are typically greeted with fresh capital

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Beware of Gisele’s Bottom!

  NEW PODCAST WITH CHRIS MACINTOSH Chris joined Ladislas Maurice from the Wandering Investor on his podcast recently. Here’s a few topics Chris and Ladislas discuss: Listen to the entire conversation here.

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Time to Shine!

Long-time readers will know we’ve spilled a fair bit of digital ink on things like oil, coal, heck… even Bitcoin. But there’s one asset we have been suspiciously mum on

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When dominoes begin to fall

  COLD HOT TURKEY Earlier this year, in the Insider Newsletter we highlighted a corner of the market that was left for dead by investors. Namely, Turkish stocks. As we said at the time,

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Pulse Check on Crypto

The EU pointy shoes are throwing lavish banquets in the metaverse (yes, it’s just as bizarre as it sounds). So let’s use the opportunity to do a pulse check on

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Truly Breathtaking – OWTW

Oh, boy! Crypto is (once again) moving with the volatility of the British pound. By now, you have probably heard of the wipeout of FTX and their founder Sam Bankman-Fried.

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Predictable – OWTW

Long-term readers are by now familiar with our investing philosophy and “market bias.” We are long-term investors first and foremost. We shun what’s expensive and gravitate towards what’s cheap. In recent years,

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