NEW PODCAST WITH CHRIS MACINTOSH Jason Burack of Wall St. for Main St. recently hosted Chris on his podcast. They discussed how the recent central bank rate hikes exacerbated a global credit contraction and the implications this precarious shift has for investors, such as: Click here to listen to the entire conversation.
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 sanity). To whet your appetite, here’s a few topics discussed: Pour yourself a cup of Joe this weekend and tune in
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 two years as sales of luxury timepieces and jewelery in the US missed analyst forecasts. The stock dropped as much
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 pouring into that sector, increasing supply. And yet, this time it is indeed different (for the time being, anyway). Case
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. BEWARE OF GISELE’S BOTTOM Yes, we’re 100% serious. Keep an eye on Gisele Bündchen or else she could lead you
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 so far. Gold. We did a deep dive on the “barbaric metal” in a recent Insider Newsletter issue and figured we’d also
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, after a decade-long bear market, the Turkish stock market declined some 60% — even more dramatic when you consider the