Talking Money: John Kay takes the measure of Trump12/08/16
The election of Donald Trump as American President took much of the world by surprise. By chance John Kay, the author and business economist, well known for his columns in the Financial Times, happened to be in New York when the result was announced....
Talking Money: Joe Bauernfreund on value investing's...
Value investing has had a bad run, one of its worst in market history. Is that finally about to change? There are signs that a patient, long-term investing style based on finding cheap securities is finally starting to make a comeback. In the latest...
Talking Money: Charlie Morris on gold and asset allocation
In this podcast, we turn our attention to gold, that most emotive of investment topics, derided by some as a “barbarous relic” and feted by others as a vital defence against inflation and the debasement of currency. Jonathan Davis is joined to discuss...
Talking Money: Peter Spiller's macro view of the markets
In this latest Money Makers podcast Jonathan Davis talks with Peter Spiller, who enjoys the distinction of being perhaps the longest continuously serving fund manager in the London investment trust sector. He has been managing the Capital Gearing...
Talking Money: Tim Price’s three ways to invest (2)
In this second of a two-part Money Makers podcast, Jonathan Davis continues his conversation with Tim Price, fund manager and market commentator and author of 'Investing Through the Looking Glass'. The topic under discussion is how best to invest your...
Talking Money: Tim Price on today’s dangerous times (1)
In the latest Money Makers podcast, Jonathan Davis talks to Tim Price, the fund manager and market commentator, well known for his contributions to MoneyWeek and The Spectator. The podcast breaks down into two parts. In this first part Tim, a private...
Talking Money: Peter Warburton revisits Debt and Delusion
Dr Peter Warburton is one of the UK’s leading independent economists and author of an insightful and prescient book Debt and Delusion, first published in 1999, which argued that policymakers and investors alike were becoming complacent about the...
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