Smart investors know that risk and returns go hand in hand. But is the degree of risk you are exposed to appropriate for your time of life and investment goals?
In his latest Money Talks podcast, Nigel Cassidy talks risk with Prof. Janette Rutterford of the Open University Business School, and David Miller, executive director and
award-winning fund manager at Quilter Cheviot. Nigel discovers that financial risk covers far more eventualities than being defrauded or the impact of any future market meltdown.
But equally, it seems just following your personal inclinations could make you overcautious with your investment decisions -- and seriously harm your future wealth.
Want to keep up with the latest earnings updates from the States? Well join Chris Hill and the Motley Fool Radio Show team here on Share Radio, direct from Washington DC, for news, views and analysis of the US stocks that matter. In this week's show: Wal-Mart hits an all-time high on growing e-commerce sales. Gap and Restoration Hardware rise on surprising earnings. And Comcast and Disney pursue a deal with Fox. Plus, Chris talks Southwest Airlines and popsicle hotlines with author, Dan Heath.
This week we'll be discussing how the Vodafone partnership programme has been coming along over the past twelve months with Vodafone's director of partnerships
and alliances, Helen Freestone. And we catch up with the Graystone Strategy Director, James Gray.
The single market. The customs union. Making a deal with the EU or leaving on WTO terms. There’s a lot of jargon to contend with when we’re discussing the economics of Brexit. Sometimes it feels like we get so caught up in pretending we know what it all means that we forget to talk about the impact it’s going to have on people’s everyday lives. When we leave the EU, will some people lose their jobs? Will the things we buy become more expensive? Will businesses do better or worse under new trading rules?
This week, Ayeisha Thomas-Smith is joined by Annie Quick, Subject Lead for Inequality at the New Economics Foundation and Sam Lowe, who leads on trade and Brexit at Friends of the Earth.
Adam interviews the founders of a fast-growing drinks company called Collagin, a new gin brand that contains the protein collagen. Two women from a background in the creative industries are making waves in the male-dominated drinks and spirits sector. Do female entrepreneurs think differently to men, and does it bring advantages?
A recent mass leak of financial documents, branded the Paradise Papers, has caused many people to call for the Govenmernt to take decisive action against tax avoidance. We’re joined by the IEA’s Research Director Dr Jamie Whyte, and Head of Financial Services Diego Zuluaga, to discuss the role of tax havens and the legal and ethical questions around tax avoidance. Interviewed by the IEA’s News Editor Kate Andrews, the pair discuss the fallout from the Paradise Papers, and whether it’s moral to minimise one’s tax burden using off-shore accounts and other structures. Finally, Diego and Jamie explore the role that off-shore funds will play in an increasingly globalised world.
Steve Caplin finally gets his hands on the iPhone X (is this a modern form of idolatry?). Also Uber and NASA's flying taxi, Facebook tackling nude photos and a cure for all those socks that go missing.
On this new edition of Inside Business Matthew Cook will discuss the world's most profitable firm: Apple. The Paradise Papers show a secretive new structure that would enable Apple to continue avoiding billions in taxes. Matthew spokes with our regular contributor BBC world service business reporter Howard Musteo and Professor of Economics Kingston University and author of Debunking Economics Steve Keen.
In this weeks Mobile News Matthew Cook discusses the second incarnation of The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive other wise known as MiFID II due to come into force this January 3rd. He spokes with Ian Bevington marketing manager at Oak, a company that provides software specifically to support MiFID.