Boaz Shoshan

Boaz Shoshan
When he trained to become a financial adviser, Boaz Shoshan earned a black mark against his name for asking too many questions. Having become disillusioned with the financial services industry, he joined Southbank Investment Research in 2017. The questions haven’t stopped. Having ventured down many financial rabbit holes, Boaz now writes for Capital & Conflict, London Investment Alert, and is the managing editor of Zero Hour Alert. From gold to violins, bitcoin to cigars, and whisky to wine, Boaz’s investing interests are often to be found outside the financial system – despite being a qualified financial adviser.
  • The domino that ends the euro

    Continuing our highlight reel for the year, here’s the letter in which Nick Hubble correctly predicted how the Italian elections would ignite financial markets. This went out on 16 February; the Italian bond market exploded in May, so Nick wasn’t…

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  • Home for Christmas

    I’m currently back home for the holidays in Aberdeen (enjoying the weather of course), so over the break you won’t have to put up with my scribblings and can sample some of our best editorial instead. To begin the week,…

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  • Listen to this

    I’ve not got something for you to read today, but something to listen to. It’s the Southbank Annual Roundtable event that we’ve just recorded. Nick Hubble, chief strategist of Zero Hour Alert, Harry Hamburg, editor of Exponential Investor, Nick O’Connor,…

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  • A goose in the crossfire

    Theresa May wrestles on in the mud of No. 10. The value of the pound has taken a return flight to where it was on 10 December before the no confidence commotion, this short act of the play now concluded….

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  • Dark days for a Davos Man

    So, who’s going to be our new prime minister? Or will Theresa May manage to wrestle on in the mud at No. 10? Never a dull moment these days. If nothing else, we should at least appreciate the theatre –…

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  • Letters from a banana republic

    Almost two years ago now, during my old job as a financial adviser, I attended an “annual masterclass” for fellow advisers. The event was held in a scenic location by a horse racing track in the Scottish countryside. During these…

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  • Honey for the bears?

    Hope you had a great weekend. I’m out of the office today, so no market commentary from me. Instead, I’ll leave you in the capable hands of Charlie Morris, with a snippet of his latest editorial for readers of The…

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  • The Judas Pair

    If the US stock and bond markets were to close for the year today, it would be the first time in over 40 years that both assets ended the year in the red. There’s a few weeks in December yet,…

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  • The safety is off

    It’s time to appreciate the sunset as this year draws to a close, and reflect on what 2018 really meant for financial markets. What’s past is prologue; let’s see what we can arm ourselves with from the last 12 months…

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  • Does Washington want the euro to fail?

    A short note from me today – we’re just about to go live with the latest quarterly conference call for The Price Report subscribers. I’m sure Tim Price will have much to say on the events of the past year,…

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