MoneyWeek's editor-in-chief Merryn Somerset Webb and executive editor John Stepek discuss what's going on in the markets, and how it affects you and your wealth.
Peter Spiller: how to not lose money to inflation and financial repression
Merryn talks to Peter Spiller of the Capital Gearing Trust about how he navigated the last extraordinary year; what he's buying now; and how he plans to ensure his wealth won't be eroded by inflation or financial repression.
Steve Clapham: picking stocks is fun, but you need to do your homework
John Stepek talks to Steve Clapham, investor, analyst and author of The Smart Money Method, about the dangers in picking individual stocks and why you need to know what you're doing; plus, the shift from growth to value; and why the next ten years will be very different from the last.
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Pippa Malmgren: Covid, NFTs and Trump’s next big adventure
Merryn Somerset Webb talks to author, analyst and former presidential adviser Dr Pippa Malmgren about the Covid recovery, NFTs and digital flashmobs, and Donald Trump’s bid to build a media empire.
Laura Destribats: cashing in on millennials’ spending habits
Merryn talks to Laura Destribats of Goldman Sachs Asset Management about investing in stocks that benefit from the behaviour and spending patterns of millennials.
Calum Bruce: the post pandemic opportunities in retail property
Merryn talks to Calum Bruce of the Ediston Property Investment Company about how the commercial property sector – and retail in particular – has coped with Covid lockdowns and how it can evolve to cope with the new, post-Covid landscape.
The great rotation and the return of the retail investor
Merryn and John look at what's happening in the markets as investors pull out of super expensive growth stocks and into less expensive value stocks; the end of the bond bull market and the return of inflation; and is the wave of new young retail investors good for markets or the sign of a market top?