Tag: Mongolia

Key Steps to A Business’ Healthy Cycle

We’ve invested in many early stage businesses at the angel level, and many more private placements – both brokered and non-brokered. It’s easily the most high octane, lucrative area we’ve ever been involved in. We’ve made, lost and made money over the years, and have learned and relearned some lessons.

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A Mongolian Mogul – Part III

Jamul Jadamba is an entrepreneur focused on creating wealth through adding value. He’s also a Mongolian national, which makes him uniquely qualified to address the opportunities and challenges his country faces. We’ve been speaking to him for the last 2 days, and this final discussion focuses a bit more on

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A Mongolian Mogul – Part II

We broke from our conversation with Jamul Jadamba yesterday getting ready to discuss China. Here’s part II… ——– Chris: You made a great couple of points yesterday regarding China. You can’t compare China to Mongolia at all. As investors, it’s not just the growth that’s important, but rather the “percentage

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A Mongolian Mogul

Jamul Jadamba is a Mongolian National with an intriguing and diverse background. He’s fast become one of the most valuable members of our on-the-ground network in the country, and he’s a man we are paying a LOT of attention to. You’ll see why over the next few days. Born in

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Davos – Profiting from the Asinine

Davos  (?dæv?s) — n. Romansch name: Tarau.  A mountain resort town in Switzerland. Let’s consult the CapitalistExploits.com Dictionary for a better definition: Davos – n. A mountain resort town in Switzerland. It is best known as a place invaded annually by an assortment of the world’s most arrogant power brokers,

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Leverage – Why Here, Why Now?

Leverage – It brought down, LTCM, Lehman and recently MF Global. It will probably bring down Deutsche and Credit Anstalt before the final episode of the European sitcom, “We’re all family right?” is released to viewers around the world, likely to the Dire Straits tune Brothers in arms. The flip side

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