Nick Hubble

Nick saw the true nature of the investment banking business in 2008 from inside Wall Street’s most notorious bank, Goldman Sachs. Soon after, he decided to find somewhere he could give honest, hard-hitting investment advice in an unshackled way.

He found Fat Tail Investment Research in 2010. Since then he’s been the editor of the Daily Reckoning Australia and the UK-based Fortune & Freedom and Gold Stock Fortunes.

He’s delighted to work as Investment Director and Editor for Jim Rickards’ Strategic Intelligence Australia. Here he helps turn Jim’s big-picture views into specific actionable advice and ideas for Australian investors.

Nick holds degrees in Finance, Economics, and Law from the prestigious Bond University. He’s been a licensed financial advisor in Australia…and also a flying trapeze artist.

Publications

  • Daily Reckoning Australia

    The Daily Reckoning Australia — or the ‘DR’, as it’s affectionately known — has been in the business of independent financial forecasting since 1999.

    Ever since then, the aim has been to look at and study the world and markets, and to give you our best guess as to where they’re headed. Forecasting booms, busts, and bad endings on your behalf.

    And all with a certain flair. The DR can be irreverent, ironic, and even a bit naughty on occasion. If we can bring a slight grin to your face while giving you those critical insights you won’t find anywhere else…we consider it a good day’s work.

  • Jim Rickards’ Strategic Intelligence

    What will the next big financial crisis look like? How can you chart a safe course through it? Which investments will wither in the process? Which could flourish?

    In Jim Rickards’ Strategic Intelligence Australia, world-renowned author, economist, intelligence advisor and Wall Street lawyer, Jim Rickards, and Australian Investment Director, Nick Hubble, set out to answer these questions for you.

    They give you specific, actionable advice and ideas designed to both protect your wealth from unseen world events — and potentially profit from them.