BROOMHILL, ABERDEEN – Back at the helm of Capital & Conflict once more – with something special to share as well.
I hope you’ve been enjoying the market musings of Andrew Hutchings and Will Dahl in my absence – I’ve had a great spell away in Edinburgh, but now it’s time to get back to work. Most notably on this event I’ll be hosting next week which you won’t want to miss.
We’ve been working on trying something new out here at Southbank Investment Research – and this week we gave it our first try. It’s called Southbank Live. This is a YouTube show streamed live, where myself and former Wall-Streeter John Butler discuss important market developments that may have slipped under your radar, while viewers can ask questions through a chat box.
As we haven’t really tried this format before, this was a “pilot” episode, and we didn’t send it to all of the Southbank Investment Research readership. But we’ve since published the full video and I’d be very interested to know what you make of it.
This week, we took a look at the upcoming implementation of Basel III – a global banking accord which could have bullish consequences for gold (amongst many other things). Its previous iteration Basel II has been blamed for causing the financial crisis, so it’s worth investigating what the consequences of this new edition will be.
You can give this “trial run” a watch here:
Please send any feedback – both positive and negative – and future topics for discussion over to [email protected].
Wishing you a good weekend,
Editor, Capital & Conflict
Category: Investing in Gold