This week’s podcast discusses the thorny issue of investment best buy lists, a new book helping you make peace with your wallet, UK debt issues, and why there is still hope for savers who prefer postal accounts.

Shares Editor Daniel Coatsworth and AJ Bell Personal Finance Analyst Laura Suter are joined by Andy Bell, Chief Executive of AJ Bell

The team chat about the FTSE 350 shares that have made the most money for investors, why power of attorney is very important, and whether it is important to take a view on the property market when saving up for a house.

AJ Bell’s Personal Finance Analyst Laura Suter and Shares’ Editor Daniel Coatsworth are joined by Charlene Young, Senior Technical Consultant at AJ Bell.

 

This week’s podcast looks at the proposal for a new type of fund which could lock your money up for longer and why investors are happy to own highly valued companies that don’t make a profit. The team also discuss actions by the regulator on transferring out of defined benefit pensions, and the very high cost of renting in London rents

AJ Bell Personal Finance Analyst Laura Suter and Shares Editor Daniel Coatsworth are joined by Tom Selby, Senior Analyst at AJ Bell.

This week’s podcast looks at money habits connected to playing video games and why M&G is slashing fees. The team chat about how investors made nearly 29 times their money in Fevertree shares, and why Saga has struck a deal with a best-buy savings account provider.

Shares’ Editor Daniel Coatsworth and AJ Bell’s Personal Finance Analyst Laura Suter are joined this week by Shares’ News Editor Steven Frazer

The team talk about how consumers could get a better deal with overdrafts, how robots and AI are giving hope to the retail sector, and some surprising stats on the UK’s largest companies. The podcast also chats about how a lower-league football club is selling shares to help it hit the big time.

AJ Bell Personal Finance Analyst Laura Suter and Shares Editor Daniel Coatsworth are joined by Ian Conway, Senior Reporter at Shares.

This week’s podcast explains how Neil Woodford has become front page news and what could happen next for investors in his funds. The team also discuss a new financial education initiative and why the regulator is getting tougher on P2P lending in a bid to protect inexperienced investors.

AJ Bell Personal Finance Analyst Laura Suter and Shares Editor Daniel Coatsworth are joined by AJ Bell fund expert Ryan Hughes.

This week we avoid all talk of elections and instead talk about bank scams, how you’ll spend money when you’re retired and discuss star fund manager Terry Smith taking a step back.

AJ Bell’s Personal Finance Analyst Laura Suter and Tom Selby, Senior Analyst are joined by Ryan Hughes, Head of Active Portfolios at AJ Bell.

This week’s podcast debates the big questions to ask someone running an investment trust and why funds often cost more than you think. It also explains the concept of shorting, how it works and its pros and cons.

AJ Bell’s Personal Finance Analyst Laura Suter and Shares’ Editor Daniel Coatsworth are joined by Simon Molica, Fund Manager at AJ Bell.

This week’s podcast looks at Vodafone’s dividend cut and how investors are going off many large cap stocks historically bought as sources of income. It also debates the latest twist in the US/China trade war saga and how it has impacted investors. And the team discuss how a new fund has turned the charging model on its head by paying investors to it.

Shares’ Editor Daniel Coatsworth and AJ Bell’s Personal Finance Analyst Laura Suter are joined this week by AJ Bell Investment Director Russ Mould

This week’s podcast looks at the booming market for companies listing in the US, the key points to consider when investing in overseas-listed shares, how a new service lets you see when investment trusts pay dividends, and why a new reports thinks we shouldn’t work full time until we’re 40.

AJ Bell’s Personal Finance Analyst Laura Suter and Shares’ Editor Daniel Coatsworth are joined this week by Annabel Brodie-Smith, communications director at the Association of Investment Companies.

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