Markets and Investing
Disruption and the Digerati (Young Money)
Although Fidelity is a financial services business, tech and Digital is at the heart of everything that we do. The word “Digital” describes the intersection of our raw technological capabilities and their application to our clients, including websites, apps, and other media through which we interact and do business. On this episode of the Young Money podcast, I speak to Ian Hood, Fidelity’s Head of Digital for the UK, and Maddie Debney, a former graduate and now a rising star on the...
$neakerheads (Young Money)
On this episode, we look at one of the most lucrative and unexpected ways to strike it big today: buying and reselling shoes. It all started with young sneaker heads in the 90s, buying up the coolest kicks in Brooklyn and Covent Garden. Over the years, shoe reselling ballooned from these humble roots into a multimillion pound industry defined by secret locations, snaking queues, and increasingly stretched prices. A single trader can haul in tens of thousands of pounds in a single sitting...
Investing In 10 Minutes (Young Money)
So you want to start investing but you don't know how ... yet. Cameron Ho and Daniel Lane tell all on this episode of the Young Money podcast. --- The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up, so you may not get back what you invest. This information does not constitute investment advice and should not be used as the basis for any investment decision nor should it be treated as a recommendation for any investment. Investors should also note that the views...
Career Infidelity (Young Money)
Changing jobs frequently used to look bad on your CV. But job hopping, and career switching, is becoming more and more acceptable. Encouraged, even. What are the advantages of changing jobs? Do you have to move to a different company, or can you take on new challenges within the same firm? Cameron Ho and Daniel Lane address these questions with two Fidelity guests: Jonathan Wright: Senior Production Manager for the UK Markets and Insights (investment communications) team. Jonathan is...
London Or Bust (Young Money)
How important is London to your career development? When will London commutes become less of a grind? And when will you be able to step onto the housing ladder, if ever? On this episode of the Young Money podcast, Cameron Ho and Daniel Lane interview: Adrian Benedict, the Investment Director for Fidelity's real estate team. Tash Starling, an associate on Fidelity's Sales and Marketing graduate programme. --- The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up,...
Retirement (Young Money)
Ready to retire? Aren't we all. But seriously - it's never too early to start saving. In this episode, Cameron Ho and Daniel Lane speak to Viv Slegg and Ed Monk about how they're preparing for their golden years. --- The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up, so you may not get back what you invest. This information does not constitute investment advice and should not be used as the basis for any investment decision nor should it be treated as a...
The Signal vs The Noise (Young Money)
Our brains are wired to help us respond quickly to different situations. In the 'cave man' days, these mental tools ensured our survival. Today, much of that programming still exists, and it affects every part of our modern lives. Most importantly, it influences how we spend, save, and invest our money. On this episode, Cameron and Daniel speak to two Fidelity colleagues about 'behavioral investing' - how can we harness our behavioral biases to make better financial decisions? Our...
Is University Worth The Cost? (Young Money)
Why bother going to university? If you do go, should you study the so-called ‘practical’ (business or engineering) or ‘arts’ (humanities) subjects? Is there any truth to these stereotypes, and do the choices you make affect your job prospects? Cameron Ho discuss these issues on the first episode of the Young Money podcast. --- This information does not constitute investment advice and should not be used as the basis for any investment decision nor should it be treated as a...