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Gavin Oldham

Thought for the Week: Wanted - Systemic Commitment for Inter-generational Rebalancing

Gavin Oldham
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Thought for the Week

Thought for the Week: Wanted - Systemic Commitment for Inter-generational Rebalancing
Are rich people who come from poverty more likely to be sympathetic to others in poverty because they understand their lives? Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba, clearly isn't: here he is speaking in 2014 'You are poor because you have no ambition'. And a new study confirms that those who make the journey from rags to riches are more likely to pull the ladder up behind them. It goes to show that, if we want a fair and just society where young people have not only the life skills but also some resources to achieve their potential as an adult, we must build the strategy into the structure of our economic governance: much as public health and addressing climate change are accepted by an all-party consensus. Background Music: Waterfall by Aakash Ghandi

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Georgie Frost

This Is Money: How to battle unfair charges from private parking firms… and win

Georgie Frost
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This is Money

This Is Money: How to battle unfair charges from private parking firms… and win
In recent times, private parking firms have come under scrutiny from motoring organisations, the Government… and This is Money. Many motorists will have received a dreaded charge in the post and in some cases, unjustifiably so. If that’s you, it’s time to fight back. Georgie Frost, Simon Lambert and Lee Boyce take a look at whether private parking firms are playing fair. It comes as Lee received a third private parking charge in the post in four years, and for the third time appealed and had it magically cancelled. He explains his case and questions how he was issued the charge despite paying the correct amount and displaying the paid-for ticket in the windscreen. Also, is it fair to remove parking machines and replace them with apps? Halifax has been embroiled in a Twitter storm this week when it comes to pronouns and its bank branches – but what about the move to reduce new build deposits from 10% to 5%? Is it good news for first-time buyers? The energy price cap is set to surge to around £3,000 in October. Is it wise to try and find a fix with your supplier? Also, Simon explains why five FTSE-100 firms have seen their share price fall more than 40% since the start of the year, including Ocado and Royal Mail. And lastly, This is Money business doctor Dave Fishwick answers the question on many small business owner’s lips: how do I pass on price increases without annoying the loyal customer base?

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Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money: Mid-Year Review, Stocks with Upside Potential 1/7

Motley Fool Money
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: Mid-Year Review, Stocks with Upside Potential 1/7
Halfway through 2022 it's time for investors to see where we've been and what to look for in the 2nd half of the year. Ron Gross and Jason Moser discuss investing headlines for the 1st half of the year, early frontrunners for "CEO of the Year", who needs a stronger 2nd half of 2022, and three stocks poised for upside. Also, we're dipping into the vault for one of our favourite conversations. Recorded in front of a live audience, best-selling author David Epstein discusses Tiger Woods, predictors of success in the business world, and other takeaways from his book 'Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World'. Stocks discussed on the show: PFE, TTD, SBUX, TWTR, TGT, DIS, NFLX, DOCU, ADBE, MSFT, ZM, MAR, ABNB, UBER. Host - Chris Hill; Guests - Jason Moser, Ron Gross, David Epstein
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David Epstein


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Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money: Money Laundering 101 26/6

Motley Fool Money
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: Money Laundering 101 26/6
Corruption is a trillion-dollar drag for investors. So why doesn’t it get more attention? Oliver Bullough is the author of “Butler to the World: How Britain Helps the World's Worst People Launder Money, Commit Crimes, and Get Away with Anything.” He joined Bill Mann, Maria Gallagher, and John Rotonti to discuss the “easy” process of money laundering, a look inside the business of corruption, and super yachts, volcanic islands, and opaque legal structures. Hosts - Bill Mann, Maria Gallagher, John Rotonti; Guest - Oliver Bullough
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Oliver Bullough


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Adam Cox

The Hypnotist: The Bathtub of Money

Adam Cox
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The Hypnotist

The Hypnotist: The Bathtub of Money
It's not unusual to associate people who are financially successful with character flaws - perhaps a ruthless personality, perhaps a focus on the 'self': this can result in irrational spending when good fortune appears in order to return to one's perceived former state of equilibrium. This episode uses concepts of hypnotic wealth to help come to terms with this challenge.

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Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: Petra Antalova on New Aroma UK's Revolutionary New Technology

Adam Cox
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Modern Mindset

Modern Mindset: Petra Antalova on New Aroma UK's Revolutionary New Technology
Adam Cox is joined by Petra Antalova, Co-Founder of New Aroma UK, to discuss the brand's new revolutionary, patent-pending technology which disinfects the air whilst delivering amazing scent. She explains why certain air disinfectant methods are potentially unsafe, and how to disinfect homes in a safer way. www.newaroma.co.uk
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Petra Antalova


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Simon Rose

The Bigger Picture: The Politics of Nothingness, Young Activists & Secular Britain's Rituals

Simon Rose
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The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture: The Politics of Nothingness, Young Activists & Secular Britain's Rituals
Professor Tim Evans of Middlesex University discusses the Politics of Nothingness engulfing British politics, asking where the politicians are who are principled and who have clear policies. He feels the political blancmange might be the end of an era and that there could be something revolutionary afoot in due course. He also wonders where all the young climate activists have gone and muses on how secular Britain is reviving its Christian rituals in another form in a search for meaning in our lives.
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Professor Tim Evans


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Simon Rose

The Business of Film: Elvis, The Black Phone & Everything Went Fine

Simon Rose
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The Business Of Film

The Business of Film: Elvis, The Black Phone & Everything Went Fine
James Cameron-Wilson looks at the UK box office, up 4% on the week but almost 50% on this time last year. Baz Luhrmann's Elvis, with Austin Butler and Tom Hanks, is #1 taking £4m at the weekend. James found it entertaining but long and exhausting. The Black Phone with Ethan Hawke enters at #5. James's film of the week is the Francois Ozon movie about assisted dying with Sophie Marceau, Everything Went Fine. It's at selected cinemas and available on Curzon Home Cinema.
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James Cameron-Wilson


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Simon Rose

The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors: Why are ESG funds underperforming?

Simon Rose
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The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors

The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors: Why are ESG funds underperforming?
Myron Jobson of Interactive Investor discusses ESG or ethical investing funds with Simon Rose. He explains that, because green-orientated companies tend to be relatively new, they have suffered from the general rotation from growth to value stocks. For obvious reasons, they are underweight in the energy and defence sectors which have done well of late. He points out, though, that ESG funds have outperformed over the longer-term and suggests that investors be patient and not panic.
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Myron Jobson


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Simon Rose

Gadgets & Gizmos: Virtual swimming tests, cloning dead voices & the return of airships

Simon Rose
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Gadgets and Gizmos

Gadgets & Gizmos: Virtual swimming tests, cloning dead voices & the return of airships
Share Radio's tech expert Steve Caplin tells Simon Rose of the Chinese students who must take compulsory swimming tests to graduate and who are now having to do it online! Alexa is exploring cloning the voices of the dead, IKEA is producing an app that lets you remove your existing furniture, the police now have contactless fingerprinting, there's an autonomous truck with no cab, a mysterious moon crater, passenger-carrying airships and Philips are crowdfunding an ultra-short-throw projector.
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Steve Caplin


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