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.
  • There’s something under your car…

    Financial markets often seem very detached from the real world. It can be hard to relate the green or red numbers flickering up and down on a screen to what’s actually going on outside. But sometimes, the seemingly inscrutable movements…

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  • FOUND: the Magic Money Tree

    I’m short gold. And it’s not feeling good. As you may already know as a Capital & Conflict reader, betting against the value of gold doesn’t come naturally to me – I love the stuff. But I’ve ended up doing…

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  • A Golden Abyss

    It’ll be a short note from me today – I’m just about to chat to a world-renowned gold insider for our 2019 Gold Summit. If you’ve not claimed your ticket yet, I recommend you do – we’ve got a terrific…

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  • Rage of the thirsty

    Recent analyses, notably from the World Bank, show that while levels of inequality at a global scale have gone down, the average person lives now in a more unequal country than in the late 1980s… … inequality does not only…

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  • Happy hour for Molotov cocktails

    We mentioned on Tuesday how the last thing the eurozone needed right now was a Cold War between the US and China. Germany is the economic engine of the eurozone, fuelled by exports to the US and China. When those…

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  • They’re not letting us back in here…

    Germans joining Italians in recession (and soon to join the French in the streets)… The Spanish youth nearly as woefully unemployed as young Greeks… and Belgium almost as indebted as the Republic of Ireland. I’m not sure this was the…

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  • The devil arrives in Deutschland

    The European Spring is coming to Germany. But before we get to that, I’ve an announcement to make. My colleague Nick Hubble has just returned from a trip to the heart of the EU, where he delivered a message so…

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  • Riddle of the Rothschilds

    “When the streets of Paris are running with blood, I buy”, claimed a Rothschild banker in the 19th century. Buy assets cheaply during conflict, and sell them at a profit at conflict resolution; a cold-hearted strategy certainly, but a profitable…

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  • Black helicopters over Britain

    As I was walking home from work the other day, I was met with an unusual sight. It was when I was crossing Southwark Bridge, that I saw them: a pair of Apache gunships flying down the Thames in close…

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  • These nukes aren’t gonna replace themselves

    I am writing this just a few hours after the US launched a nuke. Fear not – we aren’t all seconds from being evaporated. It was the US testing its nuclear deterrent, or more specifically, the delivery vehicle. The unarmed…

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