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Motley Fool Money: The Dividend Returns (24/3)

Motley Fool Money
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: The Dividend Returns (24/3)
including his latest, “The Ownership Dividend.” Deidre Woollard caught up with Peris to talk about why he believes we’re about to witness a resurgence of dividend investing. They also discuss the coming return of the “cash nexus”, semantics, and how academic finance differs from a real-world balance sheet, and why free cash flow is king. Host - Deidre Woollard; Guest - Daniel Peris
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Daniel Peris


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Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: Adam Cox is joined by Lara Davis from Business Disability Forum

Adam Cox
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Modern Mindset

Modern Mindset: Adam Cox is joined by Lara Davis from Business Disability Forum
Adam and Lara discuss new research carried about by the Business Disability Forum, part of which looks at how disabled people in the UK feel misrepresented. They also discuss how essential it is that businesses get it right when it comes to representing disabled people in their company. https://businessdisabilityforum.org.uk/
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Lara Davis


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Simon Rose

The Business of Film: Ghostbusters Frozen Empire, Immaculate, The Lavender Hill Mob & One Life

Simon Rose
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The Business Of Film

The Business of Film: Ghostbusters Frozen Empire, Immaculate, The Lavender Hill Mob & One Life
James Cameron-Wilson says that #1 Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire is the sort of film that makes him sorry he became a film critic, being rushed, full of bloated CGI and an utter waste of time. He found horror film Immaculate at #3, set in an Italian convent, nasty and utterly formulaic. He and Simon celebrate the cinema re-release of Ealing comedy The Lavender Hill Mob while James urges everybody to see Anthony Hopkins in the amazing true-life tale of Nicholas Winton and the Kindertransport, One Life, now out for home viewing.
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James Cameron-Wilson


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Simon Rose

Gadgets & Gizmos: Brain chips, AI film and song-generation, a stair-climbing vacuum & railways on the moon

Simon Rose
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Gadgets and Gizmos

Gadgets & Gizmos: Brain chips, AI film and song-generation, a stair-climbing vacuum & railways on the moon
Steve Caplin marvels at the success of Elon Musk's Neuralink brain chip, enabling a paralysed man to control a computer. He thinks filmmakers and song writers should be very afraid of AI technology that could make them redundant. He has hopes for an autonomous road repair system designed to stop potholes developing. He feels the investor of a bike lane sweeper hasn't thought things through properly. Northrup Grmman has won a contract to develop a railway on the moon. There's a stair-climbing robot vacuum. And the world's fastest camera has got even faster.
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Steve Caplin


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Simon Rose

The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors: What does copper's buoyancy mean?

Simon Rose
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The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors

The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors: What does copper's buoyancy mean?
Russ Mould, after explaining why cocoa has recently become more expensive than copper, thinks the buoyancy of "Doctor Copper" could suggest the global economy is in ruder health than many believe. If so, he wonders why central banks are so keen to cut interest rates. And if inflation rises, commodities could return to fashion. He points out that mining stocks have failed to keep pace with commodity prices but emphasises that private investors should always ensure that they are diversified and don't put all their (Easter) eggs in one basket.
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Russ Mould


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Simon Rose

The Bigger Picture: Insupportable state pensions, BIS warnings on state debt and NHS dissatisfaction

Simon Rose
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The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture: Insupportable state pensions, BIS warnings on state debt and NHS dissatisfaction
Professor Tim Evans of Middlesex University explains why the state pension age will have to rise, and rise quite soon, even though no vote-hungry politician is brave enough to admit it. Will any of them listen to the head of the Bank of International Settlements, who has warned governments to rein in borrowing to prevent a world debt crisis? And he looks at the collapse in public satisfaction with the NHS, not just in England but also in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Where, he asks, is the political will to admit that the 1948 NHS system is no longer fit for purpose and think afresh?
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Professor Tim Evans


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Gavin Oldham

Thought for the Week: Mexican Stand-off over Health

Gavin Oldham
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Thought for the Week

Thought for the Week: Mexican Stand-off over Health
Rachel Reeves points to a sea change in economic policy, 'As we did at the end of the 1970s, we stand at an inflection point': but there's no indication, apart from a tiny hint of criticism for an 'inflexible welfare state', of moving away from the socialist dogma which is ruining health services in the United Kingdom. Meanwhile the Conservatives' fear of losing electoral support among the elderly leaves them incapable of introducing mandatory health insurance for wealthy old folk which the NHS can draw down as it's used. It's a confrontation where no strategy exists that allows any party to achieve victory — the only way through is to look for a consensus. Background music: 'People Watching' by Sir Cubworth

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Georgie Frost

This Is Money: Will the Bank of England cut rates as soon as people think?

Georgie Frost
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This is Money

This Is Money: Will the Bank of England cut rates as soon as people think?
The Bank of England held interest rates again this week as inflation dropped once more. So, are we out of the woods yet? Will inflation keep coming back down towards target and the Bank of England soon seamlessly switch back to cutting rates? Or will central bankers be keen to hold onto higher rates, even if we get hit by a bout of disinflation? Georgie Frost, Lee Boyce and Simon Lambert look at what next for inflation and interest rates and what it means for your money. Also, should the Waspi women who saw their state pension age rise rapidly be compensated for the poor communication and how much of a victory was this week’s Parliamentary Ombudsman Waspi report a victory for them? As that happened, more news emerged on underpaid state pensions – as exposed by our Tanya Jefferies and pension columnist Sir Steve Webb, and the team update us on that. Plus, what’s going on with the chaos at HMRC and who is to blame for the failure to keep up with our increasingly tricky tax system. And finally, meet the Scambaiters – we find out what they do and why.

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Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money: Does F1 Need Netflix? (23/3)

Motley Fool Money
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: Does F1 Need Netflix? (23/3)
The Netflix show “Drive to Survive” completely changed the sport of motor racing. But Formula One’s story begins long before the streamer stepped in. Joshua Robinson and Jonathan Clegg are sports reporters at the Wall Street Journal and co-authors of the new book, 'The Formula: How Rogues, Geniuses, and Speed Freaks Re-engineered F1 into the World’s Fastest Growing Sport'. Ricky Mulvey caught up with them both to discuss how a used car dealer became a global entertainment magnate, why the underdog never seems to win in racing, and the inseparability of Ferrari and F1. Host - Ricky Mulvey; Guests - Jonathan Clegg, Joshua Robinson
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Jonathan Clegg, Joshua Robinson


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Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money: Nvidia Sells Chips Like Pancakes (19/3)

Motley Fool Money
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: Nvidia Sells Chips Like Pancakes (19/3)
The chip designer unveiled a bigger and faster graphics processing unit, but the market isn’t cheering the announcement. Asit Sharma and Ricky Mulvey discuss the advancements in Nvidia’s new Blackwell GPU, if any competitors are closing in on the tech giant, and Nvidia’s plays in humanoid robots, self-driving cars, and weather forecasting. Plus, 16 minutes in, Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp answer listener questions about lending out shares, activist investors, and Social Security. Companies discussed: NVDA, INTC, AMD, GOOG, GOOG, AMZN. Host - Ricky Mulvey; Guests - Asit Sharma, Robert Brokamp, Alison Southwick
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Asit Sharma, Robert Brokamp, Alison Southwick


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