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Best Big Picture Trading podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Big Picture Trading podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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A current affairs podcast on Taiwan and the world. Every episode, we’ll invite a journalist to a conversation with an expert to get the big picture context of what we need to know. These are global issues, and this is The Taiwan Take. Produced by Ghost Island Media in Taipei, Taiwan.
 
If you are planning for, or living in, retirement…this is the show for you. Understanding the big picture is critical for a successful retirement. Whether or not your retirement is a success may depend on how well you planned when connecting the dots of your legal, tax and financial plan. In this show, we’ll dig beneath the surface and discuss how you should apply this planning with your hosts- attorney John Ross and financial planner Devin Carroll.
 
A collection of interviews and viewpoints from Ninety One’s investment professionals. Important information - This podcast is provided for general information only and assumes a certain level of knowledge of financial markets. It is not an invitation to make an investment and should not be construed as advice. The views in this podcast are those of the contributors at the time of publication and do not necessarily reflect those of Ninety One. The value of investments can fall as well as rise ...
 
Produced by the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP), Uprooted follows stories that connect the dots between agriculture and trade. What might seem obscure and technical on the surface actually impacts every aspect of our daily lives. We want to unearth the fascinating hidden stories that trace their roots back to policy.
 
We’re pleased to introduce our new podcast series — Abra's Money 3.0, your guide to the future of all things money. The way money works — everything from the technology behind money to the way people are using it — is changing. This new podcast series will take a deeper dive into this evolution and how it is impacting finance, investing, and access to global markets. Learn how Money 3.0 works and how it will impact you by joining us in conversation with the people spearheading the future of ...
 
The opening hour of CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” with Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber is broadcast from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, on site at the opening bell with the up-to-the-minute news investors need to know and interviews with the most influential Chief Executive Officers and greatest market minds.
 
This podcast explores the many facets of the 9-11 attacks which contradict the governments official story, the massive cover-up which is currently underway, the failure of the mainstream media in America to ask real questions, and the aftermath of 9-11 including the un-Constitutional wars and the taking of liberty here at home. This broadcast examines the big picture of what is taking place in America today and how September 11th fits into the scheme of things. Forget "conspiracy theory"! Th ...
 
Every day of our adult lives, we make financial decisions that are going to affect our ability — or inability — to retire. And most of us don’t even realize it! How often do you take time to look at the financial “big picture” and think about how your choices might affect your tomorrow? Planning for retirement can be confusing, to say the least. And that’s why we’re happy to tell you about our show, called Retire with Clarity. http://www.retirewithclarity.com
 
Out of Order is a German Marshall Fund podcast about how our world was, is, and will be ordered. How do we save democracy, rule of law and global cooperation? Why do some people not want to? Much-maligned experts try to come up with answers here. The Out of Order podcast brings together different international experts from the German Marshall Fund of the United States and beyond to talk about politics, economics, technology and everything else that might help us understand our disordered world.
 
Welcome to Time for your Hobby, I’m your host Alex and this podcast is made for anyone with a hobby. Whether it's a big hobby or a small one, everyone can pull up a seat with me and share it with the world. The main objective of this podcast is to share with the world to the various hobbies people have, what kind of impacts it had on their lives, and get rid of any misconceptions. The host records the podcast is in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada but has guests located around the world, there's no g ...
 
Your Money Your Life helps you take the next step on your financial journey and therefore your life journey. Whether you are doing really well financially or you are in the process of learning how to win Your Money Your Life is here to help. We answer your questions left on our voice mail feedback line 1300 275 428 We address all topics money related including investing, property, retirement, transition to retirement, superannuation, relationships and money, small business, goal setting, sav ...
 
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The plate of possible US-China flash points piles up, and we asked AxiCorp's Chief Market Strategist Stephen Innes to join us on Forex Fridays, to sift through the pile. Will the PBOC weaponise the yuan? Is the correlation by currencies like the Singapore Dollar and the Aussie to the RMB starting to weaken? What does the possible extradition of Hua…
 
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss the mixed picture for stocks on the last trading day for the month of May. Investors are bracing for a news conference on U.S. – China relations from President Trump this afternoon. And a battle between the President and social media companies heating up. Twitter flagging a tweet from the Preside…
 
With lockdown measures continuing to impact how brands position themselves in the market, brands need to take care of their employees and customers, and not take advantage of the crisis to maximise profits. How can they display this in their narratives? Find out from Lisa Khatri, Brand Experience and Research Lead for Qualtrics in APJ.…
 
COVID-19 has made automation a boardroom imperative. How will automation continue to be a major force in reshaping work and how will it be taking on a new urgency in the context of business risk and resiliency Leslie Joseph, Principal Analyst at Forrester shares his perspectives on how companies see automation as an increasingly urgent need.…
 
Heritage restaurant Rumah Makan Minang over the last decade have been taking in huge orders for Hari Raya. But as a result of Covid-19, they had to downsize their Hari Raya food packages to cater to only 1 household. Hazmi Zin, Managing Director, Rumah Makan Minang shares more about their history and how they are adapting during this difficult peri…
 
The New Luncher’s mission is to use the best ingredients to deliver healthy lunchboxes to children at school. Yet, when the Circuit Breaker measures were implemented, they pivoted their business to launch The New Grocer, an online site which allows users to shop for premium ingredients. Catherine Lesselin, Founder of The New Luncher and The New Gro…
 
On this week’s episode of Post Pandemic Order, host Julie Smith discusses the coronavirus and disruptions in the global energy market with Meghan O’Sullivan the Jeane Kirkpatrick Professor of the Practice of International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School where she also directs the Geopolitics of Energy Project. The insight-packed 20 minute con…
 
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber break down the swift move downward for stocks as they struggle after popping at the open. The President preparing to sign an executive order aimed at cracking down on social media giants Facebook and Twitter. The order would push the FCC to tighten its oversight of online publishers and clarify regulatio…
 
Though The Straits Times Index is down more than 100 points since the start of May, markets have started to show signs of firming up as the country readies for the phase one of easing circuit breaker measures. Terence Wong, CEO of Azure Capital, joins us on Prime Time to discuss the month that was, and how rising US-China tensions along with renewe…
 
The international logistics industry is fragmented, which has often neglected customer experience. Yet, Moovaz provides a smart, curated platform with tailored recommendations for essential extra services to ensure as smooth a move as possible. Yet now with global restrictions on movements and also congestion at seaports, how has COVID-19 impacted …
 
Michelle Martin speaks to Arun Pai, Chief Strategy Officer at Flow to discuss the breakdown of Singtel's fourth quarter , Mike Pompei's statement that Hong Kong is "no longer autonomous", the SGX's relationship with the MSCI equity index futures and options contracts and the 33 billion SGD Fortitude Budget.…
 
The development of Artificial Intelligence promises amazing opportunities that will transform the way we work and how our organisations are run. But what exactly will that future look like? And who will take the leading role? Could our future bosses be robots? David de Cremer, Provost Chair and Founder and Director of the Centre on AI Technology fo…
 
In this episode, Abra's CEO Bill Barhydt and Saifedean Ammous, take a macroeconomic view and talk about the state of the world today. This episode is the third part of a three part conversation series between Bill and Saif. In the first episode we covered, why does the world need bitcoin, and in the second episode we covered how to drive the mainst…
 
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer & David Faber discuss the surge in stocks. The Dow trading back above 25 thousand and aiming for its first close above that level since back in March. All 50 states in the U.S. have begun reopening their economies to some extent. Cramer unveils his new picks for his Covid Index, the companies he sees succeeding in these…
 
With evolving consumer habits since emergency measures for Covid-19 were introduced in March this year, the majority of brands have taken a step back in the crisis period for fear of appearing tone-deaf. Find out what those consumer behavioural changes have been and how your brand can better reach out to consumers with Mr Matthew Crabbe, director o…
 
While it is easy to show young investors how to make an extra million dollars over the course of 50 years or more, it’s not so easy to do for retired investors looking at 10 to 30 more years. But there are ways! Here Paul suggests 10 different ways to add a million dollars or more to the portfolio of an investor near or in retirement. Paul referenc…
 
While it is easy to show young investors how to make an extra million dollars over the course of 50 years or more, it’s not so easy to do for retired investors looking at 10 to 30 more years. But there are ways! Here Paul suggests 10 different ways to add a million dollars or more to the portfolio of an investor near or in retirement. Paul referenc…
 
The Fortitude budget’s main focus was to protect every worker and try to preserve jobs in the midst of this crisis. Together with the earlier Unity, Resilience, and Solidarity Budgets, the Government is dedicating $93 billion, which is nearly 20 percent of GDP. Eugene Tan, Associate Professor of Law, Singapore Management University gives his analys…
 
Swapnil Mishra, Head of Private Wealth at Kristal Ai discusses Singapore's Fortitude Budget, the plausibility of delisting Chinese equity and if the shine has returned to silver. If work from home is the future, what's the outlook for office Reits? The UK has sold gilts with a negative yielding government bonds for the first time in history, what d…
 
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