Marin Katusa - Interview

Real VisionFebruary 05, 2015
A mathematician turned resource investor, Marin Katusa sits with Grant Williams for an enlightening discussion on junior resource trading and commodities. Marin speaks on the emotional bias on resource trading, shale oil and copper in a deflationary future, and his book The Colder War on the developing geopolitics and energy issues surrounding Russia.
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