The Investment Trust Show in association with Henderson Global Investors. This week, we're going to look at gearing for investment trusts. Our guests were Jeremy Beckwith, investment analyst, Dice McCairn, Editor of Whichinvestment Trust, and finally Innes Urquhart, analyst at Winteflood Securities.
Ed spoke to a Eurosceptic pioneer, Dr Alan Sked who is a professor at the LSE and also founded the UK Independence Party more than twenty years ago. He's no longer a member of UKIP, but he's still a strong opponent of the EU.
Satyajit Das, Australian former banker and corporate treasurer, turned consultant and now author discusses his book "A Banquet of Consequences". He believes that the factors that caused the Global Financial Crisis of 2008 have not been addressed and he discussed this and more with Ed Bowsher.
Plastic 3D printers have slipped into the public consciousness and are used by companies to print bespoke plastic parts - but what if the same could be done with complicated metal structures for use across industry and manufacturing? Matt Cox has been hearing from Dan Michaels, German Business Editor at the Wall Street Journal, who's recently written about the new industrial process.
JP Morgan Chase has announced a new dress code for staff, which allows staff to wear more casual approved items like dresses, casual trousers or dress sandals. But what are the reasons behind this? Matt Cox has been hearing from Kim Stephenson, an Occupational Psychologist specialising in business psychology.
Young people today live in a world of opportunity, but with that comes lots of decisions about money and finances. It is crucial they learn how to make good financial choices which is crucial to them attaining and keeping the life they want. Jason Butler answered all the questions, including three vox-pop questions from the public, and David Van Egghen, a student, putting quizzing him on all things money and university.
Deborah Hargreaves, founder of the High Pay Centre, joins Sarah Pennells in the studio to discuss the biggest finance stories of the last 24 hours. On the agenda today, house prices are dipping due to the EU referendum, Amazon is launching food deliveries to push its bid to get into the grocery market, Vodaphone customers have problems with their bill, plus much more. Consuming Issues goes out every week day from 9 to 12 on Share Radio.
On this week's Crowdfunders, Ed Bowsher is talking to the new boss of a sizeable alternative finance business, GLI Finance, a company that invests in the business that run peer-to-peer lending platforms.
And later on we're going to take a look at all the main categories of lending you can do on peer-to-peer platforms.
It's our small cap investor slot and our guest this week is John Lee, his more formal name is Lord Lee of Stafford, and he became the first ISA millionaire back in 2003. Since then, the value of his portfolio has since gone over the four-million-pound mark. He's also been a columnist in FT, an MP, and is now Liberal Democrat peer. He spoke to Share Radio’s Ed Bowsher.