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 and is the managing editor of The Fleet Street Letter Monthly 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.

  • Golden Soda

    WINDERMERE, LAKE DISTRICT – Right on cue as our 2021 Gold Summit heats up (don’t miss today’s Keynote Address), Charlie Morris over at The Fleet Street Letter Wealth Builder has recently turned even more bullish on the metal. He already…

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  • Blast from the past

    WINDERMERE, LAKE DISTRICT – The Statue of Liberty was arriving in New York Harbor… Mark Twain was publishing Adventures of Huckleberry Finn… Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Mikado was having its opening premiere at the Savoy in London… The first official…

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  • The cursed gold that doomed an empire

    WINDERMERE, LAKE DISTRICT – How much gold is too much? This is probably the wrong question to be asking in the current climate. If anything, your average investor should be asking themselves, how much gold is too little? I don’t…

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  • Got gold?

    WINDERMERE, LAKE DISTRICT – “Get gold,” urged Spanish King Ferdinand II of his ambitious explorers in 1511, “humanely if possible, but at all hazards – get gold.” They took the “getting gold” bit to heart. As for “humanely”, well… that…

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  • A Scottish Sterling Referendum

    Before we get on with today’s letter, a quick heads up – if you haven’t signed up yet to our 2021 Gold Summit, you should do so here. I’ve been working on it for several months now in preparation for…

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  • This white metal is booming – but which one?

    WINDERMERE, LAKE DISTRICT – Can you guess what asset I’ve charted here? I’ll give you a clue – it’s a commodity. A hard, shiny one. It’s not gold, which we’ll come to in a minute. It’s one of gold’s siblings….

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  • Golden times are here once again…

    WINDERMERE, LAKE DISTRICT – Two years ago, we took a step into the unknown as a business with the launch of our 2019 Gold Summit. We hadn’t tried the format before, and we were unsure if it would be to…

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  • Fiat ²

    WINDERMERE, LAKE DISTRICT – If you own gold, it’s quite likely that you expect the banknotes in your wallet or purse to lose their value in the years to come. That’s certainly one of the reasons I own it –…

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  • The ultimate philanthrope

    WINDERMERE, LAKE DISTRICT – A dear reader writes in to complain… we’re stuck in a rut he says, and we need out: All of you at Southbank are going on & on about just one thing … Bitcoin, yet not…

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  • On the “real” price of a real asset

    WINDERMERE, LAKE DISTRICT – “Perhaps gold is cheap, just as it was in 1970 and 2000. I believe that this is the case.” … and so do I. That was Charlie Morris there in a recent update of The Fleet…

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