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Concerned with QE's effects on equity valuations? Looking for ideas for your Isa? Or just plain confused by the stock market? Each week, the Investors Chronicle picks apart the latest news for companies, markets and funds in our regular magazine podcasts. Subscribe for these, along with CEO interviews, company-specific shows and special in-depth discussions on big market themes.
 
The Manning Up On Real Estate Podcast dives brings you the interviews from industry experts to help you MAN UP on your real estate career. Whether you are an Investor, REALTOR, Mortgage Broker or just interested in the Real Estate Entrepreneurship, there is something for everyone! Cameron, as both an Award Winning Investor himself and Top Performing REALTOR(R) in the Greater Vancouver market and brings with him a unique perspective into the Real Estate Industry. Support this podcast: https:/ ...
 
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Blake Hutchins, co-manager of Troy Income & Growth Trust and Trojan Income Fund, explains where he has been finding UK equity income in a difficult environment and how the market looks set going ahead. He explains why he prefers what he considers to be good quality companies, and highlights some stocks he thinks will be able to grow their cash flow…
 
Maria Reeve didn’t set out to become the first person of color to oversee the newsroom of a major metropolis’s flagship news organization. For much of her career, the executive editor of the Houston Chronicle didn’t even have her eyes on editor roles altogether. “I really liked the process, the work of reporting in journalism. And as I became a man…
 
On this episode, Cameron sits down to talk Instagram with Candice Morales. Candice is an Instagram Coach and most recently has become a Brand Strategist with the Sell It Like Serhant Group, which is a HUGE endorsement to her skills. Candice is a licensed REALTOR(R) based out of Las Vegas Nevada, but she specifically focuses in on her niche which is…
 
Investors' Chronicle's economist Chris Dillow tells Mary McDougall why he’s not worried about prolonged inflation and why he thinks the central bank is right to keep monetary policy loose. He also shares his wisdom on lead indicators that can help you understand when you should consider buying and selling, and why thinks private equity is an import…
 
The role of editor-in-chief looks a lot different than what it did 20 years ago — or even two years ago. For digital-first media companies, the nuances of what it takes to run a successful newsroom, particularly during a pandemic, are more complicated than ever before. For Vox Media, it meant having two new top editors for its brands Vox and The Cu…
 
In February 2018, Cheryl L. Bedford threw a party. The invite called for women of color to unite, and the event spawned Women of Color Unite, the nonprofit organization Bedford oversees that supports women of color in the entertainment industry. “We basically built Women of Color Unite on the idea of exclusion by familiarity and ending it,” Bedford…
 
In this episode we are honorarily changing the name of this podcast to The "Womaning Up On Real Estate Podcast" in honor of our guest Lindsay Gowan! We are excited to have Lindsay join us on this episode, because Lindsay stands for everything that we preach both on this Podcast and in real life. Lindsay started her Real Estate Journey similar to ma…
 
From internet giants like Alibaba (US:BABA) to education and property companies, the recent regulatory crackdown in China has sent many leading Asia stocks into a tailspin. Is this an investment opportunity, a warning or a simple reminder of the risks in the developing world? In this chat with Dave Baxter, Asia and emerging market fund manager and …
 
The compensation gap is closing, albeit slowly and unevenly. In the effort to create balanced workplaces, LinkedIn occupies the position of potential catalyst. The Microsoft-owned business-centric social network not only provides a platform with tools through which hiring practices can be made more meritocratic but also offers an example of an equi…
 
Active fund managers have gradually been losing market share to cheaper, passive alternatives. Yet the best active funds have significantly outperformed their benchmarks over long time periods. In this interview, Jason Hollands, managing director at Tilney Smith & Williamson discusses what we can learn from Bestinvest’s latest ‘Spot the Dog’ fund r…
 
This podcast episode from Allianz Technology Trust, looks at the ‘new normal’ post-pandemic where remote working will mix with on-site working where possible. The team discuss how this will benefit businesses that can make this new hybrid workplace both effective and efficient. Furthermore, new generations have changing expectations of work. Combin…
 
Many media companies have set out to be the Disney of X. But Jubilee Media seems to have carved out a niche for itself by aiming to become the “Disney for empathy,” according to the media company’s founder and CEO Jason Y. Lee. Empathy is a pretty unusual content category, though, of which Jubilee Media is well aware. “A lot of people have trouble …
 
Joining us in this episode is a REALTOR(R) who is absolutely making waves in the market of Toronto. Lu Zhou is a powerhouse in many facets of the Real Estate Industry in Toronto leading her to be in the TOP 1% of Agents in the Toronto Real Estate Board. Lu brings her passion about for Real Estate in every conversation we have had and it is no diffe…
 
There are lots of reasons why investment trusts swing to discounts, and spotting those that might soon tighten can significantly boost shareholder returns. That’s the business of Miton Global Opportunities (MIGO), which looks to own trusts with potential for a narrowing discount as well as net asset value growth. In this interview, manager Nick Gre…
 
The media and marketing industries seem to be approaching another inflection point. The delta variant is beginning to put the brakes on the return to normal that had been underway since the start of the year. That makes mid-August — already a typically slower part of the year — an opportune time to catch up on the top trends of the ever-changing mo…
 
Chrysalis Investments (CHRY) has made considerable gains by backing a small number of rapid growth companies, with a heavy weighting in fintech. In this interview, co-managers Nick Williamson and Richard Watts tell Mary McDougall why they aim to invest in companies before flotation and why they believe the opportunity for so-called crossover invest…
 
Travel, to no surprise, was one of the largest industries impacted by the pandemic and publishers like Atlas Obscura that cover exploration, wanderlust and gastronomy had to quickly adapt and figure out both what content output and brand deals would like in this new reality. Luckily for Atlas Obscura, the concept of exploration meant more than its …
 
The stimulus needed to support the economy over the pandemic has caused a spike in public debt and rising inflation fears. To help make sense of what might come next, Nick Macpherson, former Treasury chief, tells Mary McDougall how he thinks the government should approach bringing the nation’s debt under control, and why it matters. Discussing the …
 
Here is an exciting interview! Cameron sat down with Hip Hop Icon Chad "Ap" Bromley better known in the music industry as "Apathy". Apathy has been a recording artist who has been touring the world for more than 24 years, after discovering his love for the genre at a very young age. Hip Hop was something that he and his father would bond over as hi…
 
Temple Bar Investment Trust (TMPL) has surged ahead in the last year but its focus on "old economy" UK stocks may be off-putting for some. In this interview RWC Partners fund managers Ian Lance and Nick Purves, who took over the portfolio last year, make the investment case for Big Oil, miners, some retail names and other stocks some investors love…
 
Good Housekeeping set a standard at Hearst UK that the rest of the portfolio wants to replicate. For nearly 100 years, the homelife magazine has cultivated a following of readers who trust its product recommendations, reviews and seals of approval enough to spend their money on those tried and tested items. Now, the Good Housekeeping Institute has …
 
In this podcast episode from The Merchants Trust, portfolio manager Simon Gergel looks back over the five years since the Brexit referendum where many different factors combined to create a particularly extraordinary and challenging period for the UK market. However, the trick has been to look through the various market uncertainties and using that…
 
Tim Creed and his colleagues certainly have their hands full, having taken over the former Woodford Patient Capital trust in 2019. They also work on a separate trust, Schroder British Opportunities (SBO), which launched late last year with a focus on the "once in a generation" demand for post-pandemic finance among listed and unlisted entities in t…
 
Yahoo is on a mission to drive brand affinity across its portfolio by turning casual readers into fanatics who are willing to spend money with the media company. That strategy has led the company to experiment with new mediums and types of content, as well as new innovative partnerships, said Joanna Lambert, head of consumer at Yahoo. In the latest…
 
TikTok is rapidly changing as an platform and it is no longer just an app for "the kids". Like most apps, TikTok has now been attracting a more mature audience. Due to this growth of the app, it is quickly becoming a great tool for Professionals to use in their Social Media Strategies, as it still promotes significant organic growth. Our guest Greg…
 
As a dedicated value investor, River & Mercantile fund manager Hugh Sergeant has perhaps unsurprisingly made big gains from the cyclical rally of recent months, with the River and Mercantile UK Recovery and River and Mercantile Global Recovery funds posting big returns. Now, with the rebound losing some of its momentum in the last few weeks, he mak…
 
Many athletes have made moves into the media business, from Derek Jeter with The Players’ Tribune to LeBron James with Uninterrupted and SpringHill Entertainment to Alex Morgan, Sue Bird, Chloe Kim and Simone Manuel with TOGETHXR. That list also includes Kevin Durant. Through their company Thirty Five Ventures, the NBA star and his business partner…
 
As inflation rises, inventors are questioning if central bankers are right that inflation will only be transitory. Today’s podcast guest - Karl Sternberg, chairman of the investment committee of Christ Church, one of the largest Oxbridge endowments - says there is a good case to be sceptical about central banks’ ability to ensure monetary stability…
 
Architectural Digest’s global editorial director Amy Astley does not want the 100-year-old magazine to feel stuck in a legacy mindset. While print subscriptions are still an increasing area of the business, she said, the brand’s digital presence and social media content have become significant ways for AD to grow a much younger and more diverse aud…
 
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