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Jonathan Davis

Money Makers: What The Investment Clock Is Telling Us To Do

Jonathan Davis
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Money Makers

Money Makers: What The Investment Clock Is Telling Us To Do
In the latest Money Makers podcast Trevor Greetham, responsible for multi-asset investment strategy at Royal London Asset Management, one of the UK’s biggest pension fund and with-profits investment firms, explains what is driving the firm’s current thinking and why he thinks the current bull market in equities could continue for another 1-2 years. Mr Greetham is a 25 year veteran of the investment business, and one of the UK’s higher profile strategists, having previously worked at Fidelity and Merrill Lynch. Topics covered include not just stocks and bonds, but Brexit, inflation, interest rates, annuities and pension drawdown.
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Trevor Greetham


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Simon Rose

Business of Film: Paddington 2

Simon Rose
Business of Film: Paddington 2
James Cameron-Wilson reviews Paddington 2. Will he dislike it as much as Paddington? Also reviews Only the Brave and The Florida Project.
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James Cameron Wilson


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Simon Rose

Motley Fool: Michael Lewis returns

Simon Rose
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool: Michael Lewis returns
How did two Israeli psychologists change the way we understand the human mind? What is the future of Wall Street? What did Oakland A’s GM Billy Beane really think about Moneyball? And who is responsible for keeping geese off airport runways?

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Jonathan Davis

Money Makers: The surprising attraction of Communist countries

Jonathan Davis
Original Broadcast:

Money Makers

Money Makers: The surprising attraction of Communist countries
In the latest Money Makers podcast, Jonathan Davis questions Andy Ho, manager of the largest UK-listed Vietnamese investment trust, about the reasons for the exceptionally strong performance of Vietnamese equities – and why the country has been described as being more capitalist than the United States, despite having a Communist government. Any investor with an interest in emerging markets should find this conversation full of interest.
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Andy Ho


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Kate Andrews

IEA: 100 years on from the Russian Revolution

Kate Andrews
Original Broadcast:

IEA show

IEA: 100 years on from the Russian Revolution
The 8th of November marks the centenary of the October Revolution, which transformed Russia and reshaped the course of history. 100 years on, the IEA’s Kristian Niemietz and Madeline Grant discuss what lessons, if any, we’ve learnt from socialism’s history of around the world; from the Soviet Union, to Cuba, to Venezuela. Kristian also traces the complicated relationship left-wing Western intellectuals have had with socialist regimes – and examines whether the right has also been, historically, guilty of similar revisionism.
Guests:

Kristian Niemietz, Madeline Grant


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New Economics Foundation

NEF: Are robots already stealing our jobs?

New Economics Foundation
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New Economics Foundation

NEF: Are robots already stealing our jobs?
Politicians and economists have increasingly been talking about the risks of a future where robots make all of our jobs obsolete. But is that future already upon us? And in the meantime, are big companies using technology to create 21st century workhouses with bad conditions and even worse pay? In this episode, Stefan Baskerville, NEF’s Principal Director for Unions and Business, joins podcast regulars Alice Martin and Annie Quick to tackle the big issues – and the threat of robots revolting…
Guests:

Stefan Baskerville, Alice Martin, Annie Quick


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Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: The Psychology of Mortgage Inertia

Adam Cox
Original Broadcast:

Modern Mindset

Modern Mindset: The Psychology of Mortgage Inertia
In this episode, Adam investigates the psychology and emotions of mortgages. The original meaning of mortgage is burden ‘till death so why do people choose to pay too much by staying on SVR. The guest is Ishaan Malhi, CEO of online mortgage broker Trussle.

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Simon Rose

The Week That Was 9th November

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Week That Was

The Week That Was 9th November
Ian Forrest of The Share Centre looks back at numbers from Associated British Foods, Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury's and forward to Barratt Developments, British Land and Vodafone.
Guest:

Ian Forrest


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Simon Rose

The Bigger Picture: Russian Revolution

Simon Rose
The Bigger Picture: Russian Revolution
Professor Tim Evans of Middlesex University looks at the ramifications of the Russian Revolution 100 years ago, at Niall Ferguson's ideas on the history and impact of social networks and at the way in which the British left are beginning to question the nature of money and banking.
Guest:

Professor Tim Evans


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Simon Rose

Business of Film: Murder on the Orient Express

Simon Rose
Business of Film: Murder on the Orient Express
James Cameron-Wilson reviews Murder on the Orient Express, A Bad Mom's Christmas and explains how to make sure your local cinema puts on the films YOU want to see.
Guest:

James Cameron Wilson


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