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Informed Choice Radio Personal Finance Podcast

Apr 30, 2021

Our global economic system is broken.

The experience of the past 12 months, living through an unprecedented global pandemic, has illustrated the need to find a new way.

My guest on the podcast today is Peter Vanham, co-author of Stakeholder Capitalism, written with his World Economic Forum colleague Professor Klaus...

Apr 23, 2021

The UK property market is red hot right now, with the latest data from property portal Rightmove showing a record high for asking prices and a rapid turnaround for property sales. Does the launch of low-deposit mortgages this week add more fuel to the property fire?

Also in this episode of Talking Money, Martin and...

Apr 16, 2021

It's been a funny old year for investments.

As investors shifted their attention to high-growth tech stocks, perhaps better suited to our new way of life during the pandemic, and central banks unleashed a 'wall of cash', more traditional, so-called cyclical stocks were left behind.

But could that all be about to change,...

Apr 9, 2021

We’ve saved an average of £1,744 each since last March, spending 65% less overall on typical day-to-day expenses. But what would happen if we invested these lockdown savings for the future?

Also in this episode of Talking Money, why first-time buyers are better off than renters to the tune of £800 this year, and...

Apr 2, 2021

What does it take to live with purpose and retire with confidence?

Our lives have changed dramatically, with the steady employment and affluence enjoyed by the post-war baby boomer generation replaced by a more transient approach to work today.

My guest on the podcast today is Patrick Rush, who shares in his new book...