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It’s rude to talk about money, right? Wrong. Money really matters. From knowing your worth to understanding the gender investment gap and how to close it, we’re here to help women have more open conversations about money and investing. Because the truth, is women in the UK have less than half the levels of savings and investments as men*. At AJ Bell we’re passionate about helping people invest – so that statistic really bothers us. Money Matters is our programme to put this right, through a ...
 
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This week’s Money & Markets looks at the big rotation that’s happening in markets, as the tech giants fall out of favour and banking stocks are back in vogue. We talk to AJ Bell’s Ryan Hughes about what this means for big funds like Scottish Mortgage and Fundsmith, and how investors should react. We also hear from Temple Bar’s Ian Lance about the s…
 
Laura and Danni delve into the pros and cons for women of hybrid working. Will working flexibly help you get back on your career path while juggling childcare responsibilities? Laura talks to Jill Cotton, who thinks working from home has made a big difference to the jobs she can do and the money she can earn. So what are your rights if your company…
 
Inflation is dominating the headlines, so this week Laura Suter and Danni Hewson look at what the latest figures tell us and how they match up with wage figures. We also delve into the markets – this week saw deals galore, featuring the likes of Microsoft, Unilever and Boots. Pensions guru Tom Selby sifts through the latest pension announcements, i…
 
This week, Danni speaks to Sara Davison, also known as 'The Divorce Coach', who explains how she had to follow her own advice to manage her unexpected divorce. Plus Laura hears some top tips on how to prepare yourself financially for a divorce from chartered financial adviser Fiona Sharp.저자 AJ Bell
 
Dan Coatsworth and Tom Sieber kick off a new series looking at ways to invest around the world. This week’s episode focuses on the US market, and features Artemis US Select Fund manager Cormac Weldon with his view on the region and outlook for 2022. Elsewhere, Danni Hewson looks at the latest inflation figures. She also explores the share price rec…
 
In the first podcast of 2022, we look at the big changes coming for your wallet this year, including tax tweaks, certain £50 notes becoming obsolete, and rising train fares. Laith Khalaf is on to discuss what happened with the markets over the Christmas period, and he also discusses the world’s first $3 TRILLION company. Tom Selby joins us to talk …
 
On this special episode Laura Suter and Danni Hewson are joined by Money Matters team member Jenny Owen. They talk through tips to help you make the most of the New Year by taking a fresh look at your finances. From simply writing down your incomings and outgoings to cancelling rogue subscriptions, tracking down lost pension pots and finally signin…
 
In the final podcast of the year, Laura Suter, Dan Coatsworth and Tom Sieber discuss how investors fared in 2021, and pick out the year's best and worst performing investment trusts. Looking forward to 2022, we also round up leading fund managers – including Blue Whale’s Stephen Yiu and Michael O’Brien from Fundsmith – to talk about the stocks they…
 
On episode five of the Money Matters podcast, Laura and Danni talk about how your financial situation can impact your relationship. This Christmas, there’s more pressure than usual to make the festivities go with a bang – but if that bang sends you way over budget, it can create tension. Particularly if one of you earns more than the other, or if o…
 
On this week’s episode, Danni Hewson talks about the impact Omicron is still having on markets – in particular, what it means for a potential interest rate rise next week – but has some positive news for us from retailers. We also look at the ongoing Evergrande saga, and how China is managing the issue. Laura Suter talks about how rising house pric…
 
This week’s Money & Markets podcast is almost all about Omicron – the covid variant that’s put quite a fear up global markets, especially on last week’s ‘Red Friday’. Danni Hewson, Dan Coatsworth and Tom Sieber discuss how concerns about the new strain sparked a massive sell off, and the aftershocks which have kept on coming. Unsurprisingly, airlin…
 
In episode four we meet Rachel Peru and Annie Stirk: the ladies who created 'Silver and Sassy' to help change people’s perceptions about women of a certain age. They talk candidly about navigating pension minefields, and the importance of thinking about the life you want to live when you retire. We also talk to AJ Bell’s senior technical consultant…
 
In this week’s podcast, Laith Khalaf explains the Bank of England’s plan to introduce a digital currency dubbed ‘Britcoin’ by the media, while Laura Suter gives some helpful hints on how to cut the cost of borrowing. She also explains what to do if you’re a customer of failed energy provider Bulb, and chats about a new 3.5% savings bond – what are …
 
This week we’re delving into the latest shockingly good jobs figures, and what they might mean for the Bank of England’s hotly anticipated decision on interest rates next month. Elsewhere in markets news, Danni Hewson looks at drinks giant Diageo’s bid for global dominance, Shell’s shift to UK shores, and whether markets really cared about a meetin…
 
In episode three we meet maths teacher Bobby Seagull. Hear why he thinks it's society holding back our financial education, how it's changing and his golden hour for financial management success. We also talk to two students and hear how they navigate their first financial responsibilities, how they got financially educated and the taboos we all st…
 
On this week’s Money & Markets podcast, Dan Coatsworth looks at market reaction to a new Covid treatment pill from Pfizer, and weighs the latest winners and losers from the week’s slew of earnings updates. Danni Hewson examines the sparkle that’s back at Marks and Spencer, as well as a return to form for Primark. And what’s with Elon Musk’s social …
 
On the 10th anniversary of Junior ISAs, the podcast looks at the most popular investments held inside these accounts including Tesla and Scottish Mortgage. There is an odd one out: and Dan Coatsworth thinks he knows why. Laura Suter looks at how mortgages are getting more expensive, and what homeowners can do to avoid their bills getting too big. D…
 
We talk to Georgia Taylor-Brown about her Olympic triumphs and what it's meant for her financial future being self-employed. You'll also get pension tips for the self-employed, as well as what you should think about if you're planning a family, and how saving for your pension could save you tax. If you'd like to watch the recording of our podcasts …
 
In our first episode of the AJ Bell Money Matters podcast we talk to Baroness Helena Morrissey, AJ Bell's chair-elect and the woman spearheading our Money Matters campaign. She tells us what it's like to make a career in the male dominated world of finance, and why the gender investment gap exists. We also meet some first time investors and find ou…
 
On this week’s podcast we’ve delved into the finer details of the Budget and picked apart the Government’s documents so you don’t have to. We reveal all the things you need to know and how the Budget will impact your finances. Tom Sieber looks at how markets reacted to the news and the impact on businesses, while Laith Khalaf digs into the big econ…
 
On this week’s edition of the Money & Markets podcast, Danni Hewson and Tom Sieber asses the winners and losers of earnings season to date and consider whether UK banks will perform as well as their cousins in the US. AJ Bell’s Head of Investment Analysis, Laith Khalaf looks at the latest inflation figures which might have bought the Bank of Englan…
 
Laura Suter puts some numbers on how rising costs are affecting everyday life. She also gives some tips on how to put some controls on a contactless debit card to avoid reckless spending. Tom Selby chats about a new study that considers the amount of money someone might need in retirement. He’s also back with another round of ‘pensions corner’, ans…
 
This week we discuss all the changes that October is bringing, as the Government winds up much of its financial support for the pandemic, from furlough to the stamp duty holiday. We also look at the impact rising gas prices are having on businesses, as well as the latest supply chain problems companies are encountering. Danni Hewson chats to the he…
 
On this week’s podcast Dan Coatsworth takes a look at what’s behind the UK’s petrol shortages and the rising cost of energy which has already brought a number of small suppliers to their knees. Inflation concerns have been causing jitters on markets, and some investors seem to be considering their portfolios after a sell off of some fast-growth com…
 
Dan Coatsworth explains in simple terms why troubles at Evergrande – one of China’s biggest property developers – matter to investors in the UK and around the world. Laura Suter looks at the reasons behind the big spike in energy prices and what to do if your energy provider goes bust. Richard Penny from Crux Asset Management gives his views of wha…
 
It’s a record-breaking week on the podcast, as Laura Suter and Danni Hewson talk about this week’s largest ever jump in inflation and look at how markets reacted to the news that prices are rising. We also look at all the companies suffering supply chain issues, why the travel sector has been hit again and what this week’s record-breaking jobs news…
 
On this week’s edition of the Money and Markets podcast Tom Selby looks at the small print of government plans to hike national insurance to pay for care costs. He takes a look at how much we’ll all be paying, if the cash raised will be enough to do the job and whether a cap on costs will mean people won’t need to sell their homes to pay for what t…
 
AJ Bell Investment Director Russ Mould explains why US stocks are riding high after an important meeting of central bankers, and what could move markets going forward. Dan Coatsworth examines UK stocks that have done well this summer and discusses the latest news on WH Smith and Blue Prism. Laura Suter chats about the dangers of freely tapping your…
 
On this week’s episode Laith Khalaf looks at rumours of a £7bn bid for another supermarket and what’s behind the sell-off in mining stocks, as well as giving an update on the latest supply chain issues hitting companies. We will also be talking about how PayPal has jumped on the cryptocurrency bandwagon and Laura Suter will be looking at whether th…
 
This week’s podcast looks into bids for two defence giants which are attracting government attention. Private equity owned Cobham targets Ultra Electronics and US based Transdigm’s been told to put up or shut up when it comes to its interest in Meggit. Tom Sieber’s in the hotseat to talk about the FTSE 250 as many of the firms being targeted for ta…
 
This week’s podcast takes a look at some of the skirmishes underway to snap up UK companies including Big Tobacco’s bid to get in on the wellness trade. Laura Suter checks out the latest US inflation figures and gives cash savers tips on how to beat the inflationary heat. Dan Coatsworth chats to AJ Bell Chief Executive Andy Bell about investing for…
 
This week’s podcast features Simon Edelsten from Mid Wynd Investment Trust on the sell-off in Chinese shares and why he decided to dump most of his Chinese holdings earlier this year. Dan Coatsworth explores how the FTSE 250 index of UK companies is trading at a new record high, and he dives into the latest results from Greggs and Domino’s Pizza. S…
 
This week podcast looks at why some astonishing earnings figures from three American tech giants hasn’t delighted all investors and Dan Coatsworth digs into huge market falls in shares of Chinese companies listed on US markets and asks if Beijing has more muscles to flex and how that could impact investors. Danni Hewson chats to Ged Futter from the…
 
This week’s podcast explains the reasons why stock markets have taken another hit. Dan Coatsworth debates the perils of stagflation, the companies with supply chain disruption and margin pressures, and why strong Q2 numbers may not be enough to push up share prices. We may be enjoying the summer sun, but Danni Hewson explains why you might need to …
 
This week podcast looks at what was behind the recent global market slump and how rising inflation on both sides of the Atlantic might change the game going forward. Danni Hewson assess whether the mask wearing conundrum might have a detrimental impact on retail and hospitality businesses and we also dig into how so-called “Freedom Day” has been im…
 
This week we have a special edition of the Money & Markets podcast looking at the world of property. Danni Hewson talks to consultant Alex Goldstein about the explosion in house prices, and Laith Khalaf asks David Hollingworth from London & Country for tips on getting a mortgage. Dan Coatsworth interviews James Dunlop from Tritax on why warehouses …
 
This week’s podcast assesses why the green list isn’t a green light for travel and looks at the impact of Joe Biden’s big infrastructure deal on markets. Tom Selby checks out why government nudges to get more people getting guidance on their pensions could impact people accessing or transferring their pots. With equities still flying high bonds hav…
 
This week’s podcast looks at why markets are still jittery about inflation, Dan Coatsworth digs into a series of announcements from central banks and the latest economic data to assess exactly where things stand and how investors are responding. We examine why British supermarkets have been a big temptation for private equity following a bid for Mo…
 
Inflation is all the rage, so this week’s podcast looks at the factors driving up the cost of living. Dan Coatsworth explore why wages could soon be going up and Danni Hewson looks at the companies in the firing line over big bonuses. The podcast discusses the state of UK football’s finances and digests the latest news from Boohoo and Ashtead. If y…
 
This week’s podcast looks at how markets have reacted to big plans from the G7 to change global taxation and another crypto bounce as Bitcoin becomes legal tender in Venezuela. Danni Hewson also digs through Andy Haldane’s assessment that the UK housing market is “on fire” and Dan Coatsworth mulls over the current spate of investor activism. We get…
 
This week’s podcast, featuring AJ Bell’s Tom Selby and Jenny Owen and Tom Sieber from Shares, looks at the recent rally in gold and oil prices, what’s happening in the housing market and whether there should be more choice in workplace pension schemes. Amid talk of a commodities supercycle Dan Coatsworth interviews Mark Smith from Amati Strategic M…
 
This week’s podcast talks to the heads of three companies in the travel, pub and retail sectors. We chat with Julia Lo Bue-Said from Advantage Travel Partnership on how the travel industry is faring under the new traffic light system. Patrick Dardis from Young’s gives his view on a potential blockbuster summer for UK pubs. And Daksh Gupta from Mars…
 
This week’s podcast looks at the volatility of crypto currencies, why oil prices are impacting markets and multi-billion-dollar streaming deals. Dan Coatsworth assesses how UK airlines are coping as some holidaymakers jet off for the first time and the confusion about what exactly an amber light really means. As more and more companies are screenin…
 
Dan Coatsworth explains how rising inflation effects everyday life and why it spells trouble for global stock markets. He also talks to Danni Hewson about the big share price rally in retail companies including Greggs, Card Factory and The Works, and the pair also chat about ways that retailers are trying to reinvent themselves such as Pret opening…
 
If you’re approaching retirement, this week’s podcast is essential listening. Tom Selby explains a proposal by the financial regulator to make people obtain guidance before accessing their pension. Tom also explores proposals to push back the minimum retirement age from 55 from 57, and he looks at how the end of the furlough scheme could see more p…
 
It’s a massive week for big companies reporting their latest earnings. This week’s podcast drills into the numbers from Tesla, Microsoft, Google, Lloyds and HSBC. Dan Coatsworth talks to Hugh Young about how Aberdeen Standard Asia Focus has become the second-best performing investment trust since ISAs were launched in 1999. Tom Selby explains the t…
 
This week’s podcast looks at the highs and lows of the FTSE 100 as it finally scrambled over the 7,000 mark but fell back after just a day. Danni Hewson considers why 3.9million is a disappointing number for Netflix when it comes to new subscribers and discusses the pitfalls of an overheating heating housing market with Dan Coatsworth Richard Marwo…
 
This week’s podcast looks at the challenges facing retailers as shops reopen in England. Danni Hewson talks about the likes of JD Sports and Primark’s owner Associated British Foods, together with a look at how Tesco has fared during the pandemic. Joe Bauernfreund from AVI Global Trust joins the show to talk about the attractions of family-run busi…
 
This week’s podcast looks at the record gains in the UK’s second tier index as another phase of lockdown nears it’s end. It also examines how Deliveroo’s retail investors fared when they finally got the chance to trade their shares. Tom Selby explains what you need to look out for if you’re planning to take a tax free sum from your pension pot and …
 
This week’s podcast looks at why Deliveroo’s stock market debut didn’t go to plan. It also examines how stock markets performed around the world in the first quarter of 2021. Temple Bar Investment Trust fund manager Ian Lance discusses why Royal Mail’s shares have soared since November and why he’s backing BP despite growing investor opposition to …
 
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