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.
  • VIDEO: a crude conversation, part II

    Boaz Shoshan here again. Hope you’ve been having a great Easter. And I hope you enjoyed part I of my conversation with James Allen on the possibility of a “Crude Credit Crunch” (if you’ve not watched it yet, you can…

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  • VIDEO: a crude conversation

    Wishing you a very Happy Easter from all of us here at Southbank Investment Research! Boaz Shoshan here, over from Capital & Conflict. It’s been quite a while since I’ve written for Exponential Investor, but I’ve taken the reins from…

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  • The fear and greed circuit

    Your editor, Harry Hamburg is away at the moment. Before he headed off, he wanted to make sure you’d read this, from earlier in the year. Considering how hairy the cryptocurrency/digital asset market has been recently, this letter is especially…

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  • Crypto in crisis?

      We’ve received a lot of great emails recently on the subject of cryptocurrencies and Andrew Lockley’s “beef” with them. Some readers are tentative: “While I have no idea how blockchain technology works, I am very prepared to believe that…

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  • Balls have zero to me to me to me

    “Hey, Dad, know what I figured out? The meaning of words isn’t a fixed thing! Any word can mean anything! By giving words new meanings, ordinary English can become an exclusionary code! Two generations can be divided by the same…

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  • Fleet Street invasion

    Today I would like to share with you some insight from Charlie Morris, the editor of The Fleet Street Letter. Charlie knows the City like the back of his hand, and has a unique perspective on the financial system that…

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  • Sentient weapons for silent wars

    Conflict is inevitable, whatever you may hear to the contrary. It is simply the state of the human condition. “It’s [current year], for heaven’s sake!” has been used as a protest against actions taken with this reality in mind, as…

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  • When the “i” in coin is optional

    For a long time now, there have been more cryptocurrencies in existence than fiat currencies. While the fiat club has stalled in recruiting new members, the crypto club is multiplying all the time. With the number of cryptos now above…

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  • Digital blood diamonds

    All tools have destructive potential. Some would use blockchain technology to destroy the blood diamond trade. Others would harness it to create blood diamonds of their own. Blood diamonds are mined in areas of conflict, to finance further conflict, often…

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  • Drugs, darknets and digital gold

    Yesterday, two of the internet’s largest black markets were shut down. Hidden on the “deep web”, and accessible only through an anonymising protocol known as Tor, Alphabay and Hansa were global drug, gun and other miscellaneous contraband brokers. Their currency…

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