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Motley Fool Money: Understanding your Investing Behavior, with Tom Gardner and Morgan Housel

Motley Fool Money
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: Understanding your Investing Behavior, with Tom Gardner and Morgan Housel
Most investors are not as smart as they thought they were a year ago. Fortunately, they're also not as dumb as they feel today. Morgan Housel, author of the international best-selling book “The Psychology of Money” joins Motley Fool co-founder Tom Gardner on to discuss investing behavior and why it is the most fundamental piece of your investing success. They also talk about how you can think about your cash position and how to mentally prepare for down markets. For a free copy of our investing “Starter Kit,” visit http://fool.com/starterkit and we’ll email it to you. Stocks: NFLX, SHOP

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Georgie Frost

This Is Money: Can we do anything to stop our energy bills soaring?

Georgie Frost
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This is Money

This Is Money: Can we do anything to stop our energy bills soaring?
It’s almost crunch time for our energy bills, with the new price cap that will kick in from 1 April due to be announced in just over a week. At that point those on variable rate price cap-linked tariffs will know how much their bills will rise by – a figure that’s widely expected to be 50%. But the worst of the bill shock pain will be felt by others, those with fixed rate deals cheaper than the current price cap but that are soon due to end. So, can people on either variable or fixed deals do anything to stop their bills soaring? Is there any merit in trying to fix? And what should we do to help the households for whom this will be not just another blow from the cost of living crunch, but a shove into fuel poverty? On this week’s podcast, Georgie Frost, Lee Boyce and Simon Lambert talk through the options for Britons facing soaring energy bills and the government and industry in trying to deal with them. Plus, with Simon one of those people whose fix is imminently ending – in the middle of March – what are the options that his energy supplier Octopus has presented him with, and which one is he going to take? He talks us through that. Also on this week’s podcast, the team talk through the stock market wobble, the US growth vs rising rates conundrum, and the suggestions that it might be UK shares time to shine. And finally, Nationwide has at last raised savings rates – only a week before the Bank of England is forecast to deliver another rate rise – but will savers be cheered or disappointed?

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Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: Windy Maledu on New Year's Resolutions

Adam Cox
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Modern Mindset

Modern Mindset: Windy Maledu on New Year's Resolutions
Adam Cox is joined by Senior Behavioural Scientist for CoachHub, Windy Tshepiso Maledu, to discuss why so many Brits make New Year's resolutions but fail to stick to them. She explains why personal goals are important, both at work and in personal life, and how CoachHub helps people improve in the workplace. https://www.coachhub.com/en/
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Windy Tshepiso Maledu


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Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: Rory O'Sullivan for Ginuary

Adam Cox
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Modern Mindset

Modern Mindset: Rory O'Sullivan for Ginuary
Adam Cox is joined by Rory O'Sullivan, from award-winning Martin Miller’s Gin, for Ginuary to talk all things Gin. They discuss how the gin industry has changed over the last 2 years and what to look out for when choosing a gin. Rory also gives some great tips and tricks to recreate bar standard drinks at home. https://www.martinmillersgin.com/
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Rory O'Sullivan


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Adam Cox

The Hypnotist: Restoring Self Belief

Adam Cox
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The Hypnotist

The Hypnotist: Restoring Self Belief
Adam Cox takes an in-depth look at attitude to risk, recognising that undue caution can undermine confidence and hold you back from taking opportunities. In particular, moving away from steady, paid employment can present a major challenge to people's search for fulfillment: but is staying put when you feel the need to move on based on a rational risk assessment? Adam suggests exploring a different approach to discernment: either you win or you learn.

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Simon Rose

The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors: How should investors cope with highly volatile markets?

Simon Rose
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The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors

The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors: How should investors cope with highly volatile markets?
Victoria Scholar, head of investment at Interactive Investor, explains why markets are so highly volatile at present, producing the worst start to the year since the financial crisis as QE is about to give way to QT (Quantitative Tightening). She points out that investors should try not to get emotional but to review their portfolio. Indeed, if companies you considered attractive only recently are now much cheaper, perhaps it could prove a bargain-hunting opportunity.
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Victoria Scholar


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Simon Rose

The Bigger Picture: The end of globalisation, is Labour still divided & is inflation massively under-counted?

Simon Rose
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The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture: The end of globalisation, is Labour still divided & is inflation massively under-counted?
Professor Tim Evans of Middlesex University asks whether we are seeing the end of the second great age of globalisation and wonders how the future will be different. With the Tories in free fall, he ponders whether there are still divisions within Labour. And he reflects on the way inflation is calculated and how it may not reflect the experience of the less well-off.
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Professor Tim Evans


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Simon Rose

The Business of Film: Belfast, Nightmare Alley, My Son, The Sun Shines Bright

Simon Rose
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The Business Of Film

The Business of Film: Belfast, Nightmare Alley, My Son, The Sun Shines Bright
James Cameron-Wilson examines the UK box office, with Spiderman still reigning supreme; its £87.4m take makes it the 7th highest-grossing UK film ever. Kenneth Branagh's memoir Belfast opens at #2, though James was less than impressed. Guillermo del Toro's Nightmare Alley (a remake) w. Bradley Cooper is at #4 but also disappointed James. He was more impressed with My Son on Amazon Prime with James McAvoy and Claire Foy and with a new version of the 1953 John Ford film The Sun Shines Bright on Blu-Ray.
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james cameron-wilson


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Simon Rose

Gadgets & Gizmos: Robot escape, Wordle derivatives, Julian Lennon's NFTs & a smart plant pot

Simon Rose
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Gadgets and Gizmos

Gadgets & Gizmos: Robot escape, Wordle derivatives, Julian Lennon's NFTs & a smart plant pot
Share Radio's tech expert Steve Caplin on the not-so-great escape - of a robot vaccum cleaner from a Cambridge Travelodge. He also discusses a robot surgeon performing keyhole surgery, some new derivatives of the popular online game Wordle, the problems gamers fear from Microsoft's takeover of Activision, why disappointed film fans are suing Universal, Julian Lennon's Beatles-related NFTs, an app turning words into art and a crowd-funded smart plant pot.
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Steve Caplin


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Georgie Frost

This Is Money: Steven Bartlett interview: We speak to the new Dragon in the Den for a bonus episode

Georgie Frost
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This is Money

This Is Money: Steven Bartlett interview: We speak to the new Dragon in the Den for a bonus episode
Steven Bartlett is the latest star of Dragons’ Den – and we recently caught up with him for a special bonus This is Money podcast episode. In this frank interview with This is Money’s Simon Lambert, Steven tells us his story, the challenges he’s faced in his business life, how he got ahead and his tips for anyone else wanting to start a business. At just 29, Steven may be the youngest Dragon the programme has seen but he has already built up a successful business career. He launched a social media marketing agency Social Chain – at a time when the medium was considered to have little value - and grew its revenues to hundreds of millions of pounds. He also presents the Diary of a CEO podcast, on which he has interviewed everyone from business leaders, such as Starling Bank’s Anne Boden and Deliveroo founder Will Shu, to Rio Ferdinand and Jimmy Carr. Steven isn’t afraid to share his strong opinions – including how school and higher education is failing young British hopeful entrepreneurs – and has become an author and been a guest on shows including Question Time. Recently, Steven has launched another new business Flight Story – as well as finding time to be in the Dragons’ Den. That’s not bad for someone who says that at 21 he was a broke, university drop-out in a Manchester bedroom. A short part of this interview was already featured in This is Money’s end of 2021 podcast but we wanted to bring you the full discussion as a special bonus episode.

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