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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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Diamonds: A Kick in the Stones

Lyn Alden shared an article that caught our attention. One might say the diamond market got a kick in the stones. From the article: Lab grown diamonds — physically identical

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Bull… or Bear?

You may have seen the press of popular opinion talking about this year’s rally in tech stocks. Here’s what it looks like on the chart: But when you take a

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The Mania Rages On

And just when we thought we’ve seen it all… From the article: One of Vietnam’s biggest automakers has made a big splash on its entry to Wall Street, pushing its

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We’re back, baby!

Check this out: In other words, buying the S&P 500 (or index hugging mutual funds for that matter) has never been this concentrated. But wait, it gets even better, according

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Wall of Cash

₿ TIME TO GET BACK INTO BITCOIN? Long-time readers will know we got into Bitcoin back in 2016, but unloaded it in March of 2021 for a simple reason. We were

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Here we go again…

 NEW PODCAST WITH CHRIS MACINTOSH Chris was recently on the CapitalCosm podcast to talk about today’s macro landscape and the opportunities it presents. Here’s just a handful of the topics they

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Dirty, Dirty Coal

 “THE DRUCK” SPEAKS We watched this in-depth conversation with the legendary Stan Druckenmiller, and one particular quote stood out: Actually, I think it was just a little over two years ago,

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Getting Run Over by Tesla

 LESSONS FROM THE “GROWTH” MANIA We can’t stop marveling at the boom and bust cycle that has been unfolding in “growth” stocks. We promised it would be one for the

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The B Word

Whoo boy! Bitcoin has been on a tear lately. This year alone, it’s up 75%. With this impressive rise, bitcoin bulls are coming out of the woodwork with lofty predictions

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Fantasy Meets Reality

Our friend Tracy Shuchart (@chiglr) shared this article highlighting the reality of the “green transition.” The coal fleet grew by 19.5 gigawatts last year, enough to light up around 15 million homes, with nearly

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