104 episodes

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.

The MoneyWeek Podcast MoneyWeek

    • Investing

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.

    Issue 979: Jim Mellon at the MoneyWeek Wealth Summit

    Issue 979: Jim Mellon at the MoneyWeek Wealth Summit

    Entrepreneur and investor Jim Mellon outlines the two themes that he thinks could be among the biggest investment stories of the 2020s, taken from his presentation at the 2019 MoneyWeek Wealth Summit in November.

    • 42 min
    Issue 977: A reaction to the general election result

    Issue 977: A reaction to the general election result

    Merryn and John reflect on an election result that has at last brought some resolution to the interminable Brexit saga and demonstrated that Britain is a proper democratic capitalist nation. Plus, house prices, Scottish independence and should Nigel Farage get a peerage?

    • 32 min

    Issue 970 – Patient Capital

    Issue 970 – Patient Capital

    Merryn and John talk about the Woodford – now Schroders – Patient Capital Trust and whether it is yet investment-worthy; the concept of the totally legit "bezel"; and just what did Neil Woodford do with all his money?

    • 26 min
    The Butcher, the Brewer, the Baker... and the Commentator part 4

    The Butcher, the Brewer, the Baker... and the Commentator part 4

    In the fourth episode of her Edinburgh Festival show, Merryn talks about Adam Smith, economics and sustainable capitalism with author and fund manager Tim Price; academic Robert Macintosh; and one of our favourite macro-strategists, Russell Napier.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    The Butcher, the Brewer, the Baker... and the Commentator - Episode 3

    The Butcher, the Brewer, the Baker... and the Commentator - Episode 3

    In her third podcast from the Edinburgh Festival , Merryn talks to John Stepek; Anne Richards, CEO of Fidelity International; and economist and journalist Francis Cairncross. Topics include: why we need to accept that experts will often be wrong; how student debt kills British entrepreneurialism; why Adam Smith would have loathed today’s crony capitalism; and has too much regulation broken banking?

    • 31 min

Top Podcasts In Investing

Listeners Also Subscribed To