Baillie Gifford: Short Briefings on Long Term Thinking
For UK listeners only. Baillie Gifford’s Short Briefings on Long Term Thinking bring valuable insights into the benefits of taking the long view. You’ll hear frank, thought-provoking opinions from our team in Edinburgh and experts around the world. These podcasts do not constitute an offer of or solicitation for purchase or sale of securities or provision of any investment services. They are provided for information only and should not be considered as investment advice or a recommendation to buy, sell or hold a particular investment. Our podcasts have been compiled with considerable care to ensure their accuracy at the date of publication. No representation or warranty, express or implied, is made to their accuracy or completeness. For further details please see our legal information at www.bailliegifford.com
Episode 15: The Great Divergence Between East and West.
China has defied recession in 2020, but where to now? Investment manager Roderick Snell anticipates big things ahead.
Episode 14: Living longer: Can we afford it?
More of us are living longer, staying healthier for longer and working for longer. What are the implications for investing and financing this longer life? Listen to Baillie Gifford’s Steven Hay to find out.
Episode 13: Tomorrow’s Income Aristocrats.
Income investing has been shaken by the coronavirus, but how will this affect the dividend payers of the future? Baillie Gifford investment manager James Dow gives us a glimpse of the potential star performers of tomorrow.
Episode 12: The purpose of investing.
Over the last decade the investment industry has become increasingly short term and increasingly complex. Stuart Dunbar talks to Malcolm Borthwick about whether the industry has lost its way.
Episode 11: Why this crisis favours growth stocks
Growth stocks have been more resilient during the coronavirus downturn. Tom Slater discusses why now is not the time to hunt for value stocks and accelerated digital disruption.
Episode 10: Navigating a stock market crisis
These are turbulent times for investors. Scott Nisbet shares what he has learnt from previous crises and talks about why now’s the time to read Albert Camus.
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One of the most insightful podcasts that I’ve heard. I always come away with a nugget or two that causes me to rethink my view on investing opportunities
Really enjoy listening to the thoughts behind what is surely one of the best investment companies in the UK