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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.

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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.

    Personal Finance Show: The right routes to gold and property, and the importance of being able to sell

    Personal Finance Show: The right routes to gold and property, and the importance of being able to sell

    On this week’s show Rachel Winter, associate investment director at Killik & Co, considers whether gold is good way to diversify your portfolio and suggests some ways to get exposure to it. She also says what areas of commercial property look like they have better prospects, and explains why liquidity is an important issue when choosing a fund. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 18 min
    Companies & Markets Show: Going flat

    Companies & Markets Show: Going flat

    On this week's Companies & Markets Show John Hughman and Phil Oakley talk about why Fevertree is losing its fizz, JD Wetherspoon's winning pub formula, and how the examples of PepsiCo and Sage show why UK investors should broaden their horizons. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 44 min
    Personal Finance Show: American value for money and bonds with better returns

    Personal Finance Show: American value for money and bonds with better returns

    On this week's show Dave Baxter looks at what areas professional investors think could do well and how you can access them. David Jane, multi asset fund manager at Premier Miton, explains why he invests in some US equities despite arguably high valuations. And they highlight some areas of the bond market that should still deliver decent returns. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 31 min
    Companies & Markets Show: Everything's coming up Rosier

    Companies & Markets Show: Everything's coming up Rosier

    On this week's Companies & Markets Show editor John Hughman is joined by full-time private investor and regular columnist John Rosier to hear about the winning formula behind his market-beating portfolio. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 43 min
    Personal Finance Show: The world's best yields and how to lose less tax

    Personal Finance Show: The world's best yields and how to lose less tax

    On this week's show Dave Baxter looks at which regions generate the highest yields and best the funds to tap into them. Jonathan Moyes, head of investment research at Wealth Club, explains what VCTs and EIS are, how they can improve your tax efficiency, and who should consider investing in them. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 31 min
    Companies & Markets Show: Quality control

    Companies & Markets Show: Quality control

    On the first Companies & Markets Show of the new decade, editor John Hughman talks to Phil Oakley about the quality strategy behind his Fantasy Sipp and new UK Quality portfolio, and why quality is still in short supply in the UK retail sector. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

Intruth ,

How enjoyable depends on the presenters

John Hughman is entertaining and Phil Oakley is interesting to listen to. I like the two of them together. The other presenters not so much, as they either talk as if they are on amphetamines (very fast), or have a speech impediment and can’t pronounce their “r”’s and keep saying “oooooooookay”. You should have presenters who can speak well, because people have to listen to it,

Conlon10 ,

Thoroughly enjoyable podcast - great job!

I love Phil Oakley presenting he has a very logical approach to investing. He comes across very well and always fully justify his opinions! It has led me to purchase the magazine on a regular basis - good job! NC

Marty McFlange ,

Hit or miss

Usually good but depends on the episodes some of the guests have no clue (see this week personal finance episode)

Don’t waste your time if Simon T. is talking as it’s mostly about speculating on AIM shares without which are propped up by his articles thanks to the low volume. He often calls himself a value investor but I’m not really sure he’s doing some actual calculation on the intrinsic value.

Recently Phil Oakley is been talking and these episodes are the best. The guy is clearly really good so it’s well worth listening to him. He thinks critically and he’s very careful about what you pay for a business.

Long story short ignore the ones on macro 💩 , the ones where the guests tries to five an opinion on what’s going to happen to “the market” in the next year and the one where Simon tells the story of these amazing AIM small caps which are probably overpriced unless you ignore John Burr Williams’s definition of investment value.

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