Helal Miah of the Share Centre looks back at recent results in the housebuilding sector, as well as Sports Direct, Halfords and Go-Ahead and looks forward to figures due from Morrisons, Next and AB Foods.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has been drafted in as a last-ditch attempt to get the millions of us who still haven't claimed compensation for mis-sold PPI to do so. In this episode of the podcast, top financial broadcaster Georgie Frost joins Lee Boyce and Rachel Rickard Straus of the This is Money team to talk about Arnie's new PPI advertisement campaign and more.
They have a good old chat about the big money stories from the past week and what it all means for you. We've all heard about PPI a million times, but with half of those eligible still yet to claim, could you still be owed a little windfall?
Businesses deal with Hurricane Harvey's impact. Wells Fargo reports more fake accounts. Lululemon reports surprising earnings. Gilead Sciences makes a big buy. And Match hits a new high as Tinder heats up.
In this week’s Money Makers author Jonathan Davis talks to Keith Ashworth-Lord, manager of the Sanford DeLand UK Buffetology fund, about his investment philosophy and current portfolio. A former City analyst, Mr Ashworth-Lord has put in a strong performance since moving into fund management with his specialist small and mid-cap fund. Many professional investors name check Warren Buffett as an inspiration, but what exactly are the key principles that other professional investors can usefully incorporate into their methods - and how well do they translate to the UK market?
Tim Jarvis is the founder, creative director and CEO at Fabrik - one of the UK and Europe’s premier creative portfolio builders, making it easy for those in the industry to generate professional portfolios to showcase incredible work. So far, Tim and his team have worked on over 60,000 portfolios and projects. Tim is a former web and graphic designer
Prof Tim Evans of Middlesex University discusses the shape of happiness, how the Bank of England covered up the failure of the first WW1 debt issue and what a cashless society will mean to the unbanked.
In a new partnership with publishers Harriman House, Share Radio has produced its first audiobook 'Superinvestors', written by Matthew Partridge and read by some of Share Radio's best known presenters. 'Superinvestors' lays bare the investing secrets of legendary investors - from early 20th-century figures such as Benjamin Graham and John Maynard Keynes, through to more modern names such as Anthony Bolton and Warren Buffett.