Dec 17, 2018
If there's a personal finance topic I'm happy to come back to again and again, it's budgeting.
Budgeting is the foundation, the very cornerstone of a great financial plan.
Like many things in the world of finances, it's simple, but rarely easy.
My guest today is Michele Cagan, a Certified Public Accountant on a mission...
Dec 14, 2018
Oh Theresa, what have you been doing?!
Brexit is all anyone is talking about at the moment, with the Brexit induced uncertainty prompting another bout of investment and currency market volatility.
It's only likely to get worse before it gets better. So in this episode, how to navigate volatile investment markets - I'm...
Dec 10, 2018
Regular listeners to this podcast will know I'm particularly interested in the field of behavioural finance. So I'm pleased to welcome back to the show today Dr Daniel Crosby.
Daniel has written a new book, it's called The Behavioural Investor, and it's an applied look at how psychology ought to inform the art and...
Dec 7, 2018
In this episode, I bring you shocking news of an inverted yield curve in the United States, heralding the onset of an economic recession.
But when? How much? What is an inverted yield curve?
I've got some of the answers at least. Listen on.
There's also a roundup of the latest personal finance news and an update from...
Nov 30, 2018
It's been an interesting few weeks in British politics.
Prime Minister Theresa May survived what start to look like a Conservative Party coup. She took her Brexit deal to Brussels where the EU 27 leaders signed off on it, after some last minute wrangling with Spain over Gibraltar. And now 'all' she has to do is get it...