Time again for the Apprentice Investor, sponsored by Vector Vest, helping investors make smarter investment decisions. This week, Olivia Demetriades and Alexi Phillips are joined by David Paul of Vector Vest, to see how their investment choices paid off this week
The Danish dairy giant Arla - whose brands include Lurpak butter - has blamed volatile market conditions and the global decline in milk prices for a drop in its first half profits. George Lee, a partner at Eclectica Asset Management, breaks down who the real culprits are, and what we can expect to see next half.
Market volatility has become the norm in the last number of months, with Greece's fraught future in the EU, the fall of the Chinese stock market and the continuing debate over Fed Interest rates. Frazer Wilson, Senior Consultant at Thomas Miller Wealth Management, tells us what we can do to maintain our grip.
John Kay, visiting professor at the London School of Economics and longtime FT columnist, chats with Julitte Foster about his new book Other People's Money, the legacy of the financial crisis, and the people he calls the Masters of the Universe.
Jimmy McLoughlin, Deputy Director of Policy, discusses his report calling for the government to simplify the Enterprise Investment Scheme and Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme to give more people a stake in Britain’s growing start-up scene
Valsa De Winter, Billy Bambrough and Olivia Demetriades discuss their failures and successes on this week's Apprentice Investor. Billy is not so enthusiastic about his prospects, Olivia is cautiously optimistic, and Valsa made a good sale.
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