Nick GiambrunoChief Analyst, The Casey Report and Crisis Investing

Nick Giambruno

Nick Giambruno is Doug Casey’s globetrotting colleague. He’s also the Chief Analyst of Casey Research’s flagship advisory, The Casey Report and its premium “value investing” advisory, Crisis Investing.

Nick Giambruno knows that the best time to buy—as Baron Rothschild correctly observed—is “when there’s blood in the streets.”

He writes about geopolitics, value investing in crisis markets, the global cannabis market, international banking, second passports, and surviving a financial collapse, among other topics.

In short, Nick’s work helps people make the most of their personal freedom and financial opportunity around the world.

He’s lived in Europe and worked in the Middle East, most recently in Beirut and Dubai, where he covered regional banks and other companies for an investment house.

Nick is a frequent speaker at investment conferences around the world.

Nick Giambruno’s Research Services

The Casey Report

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Crisis Investing

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Brace Yourself: The Next Epic Collapse Could Be Weeks Away

Casey Report chief analyst Nick Giambruno says there are clear indicators of a crisis looming in the auto sector… the housing sector… and in the economy as a whole. He tells us what we need to do to prepare today…

The Two Crisis Currencies You Need to Own

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The CIA’s Next Coup Could Be on American Soil

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Why Trump Has No Choice But to Return to the Gold Standard

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The Globalists Are Making the Final Push for Their Pet Project

“Frankly, the next crisis is going to be the Big One. And you can profit no matter what happens.”

How to Make a Fortune in the Gold-Backed Crypto Revolution

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What Happens When the Easy Money Runs Dry

Casey Report chief analyst Nick Giambruno explains why stocks and bonds could be in for a rough year…