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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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(Y)endgame

  WOULD YOU RATHER — ROUND 2 We highlighted a somewhat absurd comparison last time between NVIDIA and a smattering of Germany’s finest blue chips. Keeping with that theme, here are

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Would you rather…

Would you rather own NVIDIA? Or would you rather own… You probably need a break just from scrolling through this long list, but our point is this: Instead of NVIDIA

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A Blast From the Past

  NEW PODCAST WITH CHRIS MACINTOSH Chris recently sat down with Ladislas Maurice from the Wandering Investor to discuss the rapidly-changing macro landscape and what that means for folks allocating their capital.

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Revisiting Bitcoin

  GOLD: QUIETLY ON THE MOVE Gold has decisively broken $2,000 in dollar terms and is now solidly above $2,300. That’s not the news, though. The news is that — despite

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The Green U-Turn

The pushback against the “Net Zero” scheme is growing bigger and bigger. Leading the trend are our beer-drinking, bratwurst-eating friends — some of the best designers and manufacturers of cars

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More Bad News…

Ruh-roh! More bad news in the US banking sector (in regional banks to be more specific)… Actually, “plummet” doesn’t even properly describe the tragedy that is New York Community Bancorp.

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Simply Magnificent

We seem to be a lone minority here at Capitalist Exploits when it comes to (stubborn) bullishness on energy. Here’s Barron’s: Energy stocks are out of favor. Fund managers had less

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On the Hunt for Bargains

 NEW PODCAST WITH CHRIS MACINTOSH New OWTW issue, new podcast with Chris. This time, he sat down with Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St to discuss, among other things: You

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A Breakout in Gold?

 NEW PODCAST WITH CHRIS MACINTOSH Chris joined Patrick Ceresna and Harris “Kuppy” Kupperman for an anniversary episode of The Market Huddle to discuss the macro landscape right now and how to navigate

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