THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO HMMM...​

From humble beginnings in 2009, Things That Make You Go Hmmm… has grown into one of the most widely-read financial publications in the world.

Blending history, humour and keen financial insight, Grant dissects the financial landscape with thought-provoking commentary – taking readers in unexpected directions and opening up investment avenues away from the beaten path which stimulate the kind of original thinking so lacking in today’s financial media.

Drawing on Grant’s extraordinary network of experts around the world, Things That Make You Go Hmmm… weaves together a tapestry of insight and information, folding in a series of under-the-radar stories and perspectives, to give subscribers an important edge in a fast-changing world.

Things That Make You Go Hmmm...

From humble beginnings in 2009, Things That Make You Go Hmmm… has grown into one of the most widely-read financial publications in the world.

Blending history, humour and keen financial insight, Grant dissects the financial landscape with thought-provoking commentary – taking readers in unexpected directions and opening up investment avenues away from the beaten path which stimulate the kind of original thinking so lacking in today’s financial media.

Drawing on Grant’s extraordinary network of experts around the world, Things That Make You Go Hmmm… weaves together a tapestry of insight and information, folding in a series of under-the-radar stories and perspectives, to give subscribers an important edge in a fast-changing world.

Sample Editions

Two Men in a Boat

September 27, 2020

A Nice Place to Visit

August 30, 2020

Why Subscribe?

Over the last decade, Things That Make You Go Hmmm… has built a global audience and earned a reputation for being among the smartest, most insightful publications in the financial world.

Every month, Grant identifies a theme impacting the global financial system and pulls it apart, explaining why it matters, highlighting mainstream misinterpretations, bringing together the ways in which it affects global asset prices and explaining both its likely future impact and where the resulting opportunities lie.

Grant weaves historical narrative and economic trends together in a unique way, adding his trademark humour to produce financial letters unlike any other.

Each month, subscribers to Things That Make You Go Hmmm… from all around the world have their eyes opened to stories and opportunities within corners of the financial world that are simply ignored elsewhere, and it’s in these corners that the most valuable information often hides.

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Over the course of the last ten years, each published piece of content has begun as a personal journey towards a better understanding of a given situation, industry, company, or theme. Through my research, conversations and attempts to pull together many disparate threads, I’ve always emerged with a deeper, more rounded comprehension of the subject at hand.

From day one, my aim with grant-williams.com has been to make sure my subscribers find themselves armed with valuable information that will help inform complex decisions around their finances and their lives both in the present, but importantly, in the future.

This desire has informed the creation of each podcast episode, newsletter edition and video interview. Each and every time, I’ve sought to leave my listeners feeling smarter and more informed having thought through the issues with some of the brightest minds in the world.

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