A weak euro means more tourists…

9 September, 2022

In today’s Exponential Investor:

  • People yet to cut back on travel
  • The euro’s weakness will attract more tourists
  • Airline stocks are trouble. Aviation-fuel stocks, on the other hand…


This piece was written before the announcement of the Queen’s passing. A sad day for the UK and all of those whose life was touched by Queen Elizabeth II.

If you could invest in one travel-related company, which would it be?

That’s the question I ask Sam Volkering this week.

In spite of the rising cost of living, Sam’s recent trip away suggests people are still keen to travel. Perhaps the higher cost of living deters them from spending at home, and they hold on to their money to spend in another country.

In this week’s Exponential Investor podcast, Sam and I explore the investment case for the travel sector. Click below to listen now.



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Until next time,

Shae Russell
Co-editor, Exponential Investor

PS Profit from the Ethereum Merge (or at least attempt to)

We’ve been talking about how Sam Volkering, Southbank Investment Research’s crypto guru, anticipates profit potential of 600,000% on a certain small investment that stand to benefit from a certain upcoming cryptocurrency event. (Remember: anticipates. Nothing is fully predictable in life, or in investing – and especially in the world of crypto.)

Of course, that’s a big number to anticipate, even if it is just an anticipation. (Again, there’s risk!)

But if you’re even a bit curious about what Sam’s talking about – he’s fingered three specific, tiny cryptocurrencies – or might be interested in allocating a little of your “risky” bucket in this direction. Who wouldn’t love the chance to turn £1,000 into £666,000 as Sam thinks may be possible? Please check out Sam’s presentation right here.

And please do it urgently, as time is of the essence for this particular investment.

Capital at risk. Forecasts are not reliable indicators of future results.