Dan Denning

Dan Denning and The Fleet Street Letter go back a long way.

Born in Colorado, in the United States, Dan has always had a huge amount of respect for the ideas and values that have made The Fleet Street Letter so successful. His belief in free markets, sound money, personal liberty and small government have underpinned everything he’s done during 18 years in the financial publishing industry.

In 1999, he began working remotely with Lord William Rees-Mogg to publish his work in America. In 2004-5 he had the privilege of working directly with him in London.

Dan left London in 2005 to build a publishing business based in Melbourne. It’s now Australia’s biggest and most respected independent financial publishing house.

But in 2015, Dan returned to London – the heart of the financial world – to relaunch The Fleet Street Letter at a critical moment in British history.

The evolution of our robot overlords

Surprise! Your usual host, the lovely Nick O’Connor, is out today. Well, he’s preparing for a sit-down interview with Eoin Treacy (from Trigger Point Trader and Frontier Tech Investor). Eoin’s flown over from Trump-ravaged America and has a hot new…

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The most unkindest cut of all

Oh what a tangled web the markets are weaving for us today, dear reader! All the post-Trump trends in the market – strong dollar, strong oil, falling bonds – are under threat. But the biggest threat to stocks could come…

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Beat back the Hun with liberty bonds

It’s reader mail Friday! By the time you read this I’ll be on a journey of torment to the other side of the world. Australia to be precise, where I’ll revisit my old stomping grounds in Melbourne before heading up…

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The single biggest risk in the market right now (it’s not Trump)

How about that? Portfolio managers think the disintegration of the European Union is a bigger risk to stockmarkets than the bond bubble or Donald Trump! That was from a survey by Bank of America Merrill Lynch that showed portfolio cash…

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Europe’s banks are heading for catastrophe

We interrupt your normal edition of Capital & Conflict for a chance to take a broadside at conventional wisdom. The opportunity presents itself courtesy of the mouthpiece of “received wisdom” in the British financial media. It’s a target rich environment…

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American coup

There are two looming sources of political instability that could lead to market volatility in the next month. The first is clearly the US elections. The second is what happens after the US elections. If I’m right, the aftermath of…

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All choked out

“So financial repression, in the way you mean it, is like when someone chokes you out in judo? You cut off the blood to the brain but you don’t damage the airway. Boom! Out go the lights and you win.”…

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Berlin has fallen

If I’d told you just three months ago that today we’d be talking about the potential collapse of Germany’s largest bank, you would have heaved a pint of warm lager in my face. Or laughed. Lager is valuable, and expensive….

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