Marin Katusa

Marin built his reputation and large personal fortune by knowing when to buy investments only he knows how to find. For Marin, that means traveling the world and going through a company’s financials with a fine-tooth comb. So far, he’s visited over 500 locations in 100 different countries to personally perform on-site due diligence.

Marin isn’t just an average investor. He is also an active player in the financial world, who has sat on the board of a publicly traded company and arranged over $1 billion in financings.

If his name sounds familiar, you may have read his New York Times bestselling book, “The Colder War”, or seen a byline featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Bloomberg, and CNBC.


Bernie Madoff Taught Us That Nobody Can “Guarantee” Profits

Infamous Ponzi-scheme swindler Bernie Madoff died in prison at the age of 82 yesterday… Good riddance. In case you’re not familiar, he was the epicenter of an epic embezzlement that filched fortunes from the ultra-wealthy… totaling possibly as much as $36 billion.  Like many who broke bad, he started off […]

Bitcoin Blasts Through $60K as Crypto Wallet Coinbase Goes IPO Tomorrow

The digital age is upon us, folks. Bitcoin shot through the $60,000 barrier to post a new all-time high of $63,728 just moments ago. And just so you know how insane this move is, I have had to edit that last sentence three times since I began writing. Source: Bloomberg […]

Introducing ‘The Jimmy’ and Where Gold is Headed Next

Today I want to share what I call “The Jimmy”. One of my favorite people in the world is Jim O’Rourke. He is great in every way and my earliest mentor in the business. He’s someone I’ve learned a tremendous amount from. I admire everything about this great man. A […]

Market Masters: FAANG Stocks Are Back, Headed for Another Green Jacket

I love this time of year. Temperatures are warming up, Cherry Blossoms are blooming in D.C. and the greatest golf tournament in the world is just getting started. Granted, I might be a little biased — my birthday is on Monday — but some of my favorite childhood memories center […]

Ripple Effects: Crypto Market Cap Blasts Over $2T in Regulatory Shadow

Although Bitcoin prices cooled off somewhat after hitting the $60,000 mark for the third time in the past month, other cryptocurrencies have been blasting off lately. Some of that news has centered on Ethereum, the second-largest coin by market cap, which has quadrupled since December.  But Ripple (XRP) — dogged […]

Inflation Trick: The Indicator That Actually Matters

The outcome leaves you baffled and confused… No matter the language or culture, magicians have performed sleight of hand tricks to wow audiences around the globe for centuries. The magician’s goal is to reveal a chosen reality to the audience, while concealing the real methods and actions that bring the […]

Opening Up and Breaking It Down: Here’s What Matters in Biden’s $2T Infrastructure Plan

Wow, today’s headlines were all over the map. CNBC ran headlines that literally said that the March jobs report was going to be great, followed by a line saying jobless claims were higher than expected. Source: CNBC Which is it? It’s definitely not both. Meanwhile, the genius journalists at Bloomberg […]

Here’s What the Suez Ship and the Archegos Fund Implosion Really Mean To Markets

In the Venture Society article from March 25, I tried to make a principled point. I recognize that financial news media does provide a service — specifically, delivery of real-time market information. But when it comes to any analysis that requires real subject matter expertise — like supply chain logistics […]

Coal’s Curtain Call: How Much Money is at Stake to ‘Go Green?’

This pie is huge… And there will be a piece for everyone. The Green New Deal is a congressional resolution that lays out a framework for weaning the United States off fossil fuels and lowering greenhouse gas emissions. The end goal sees the United States sourcing all of its electricity […]