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Investors Chronicle

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Description

Concerned with QE's effects on equity valuations? Looking for ideas for your Isa? Or just plain confused by the stock market? Each week, the Investors Chronicle picks apart the latest news for companies, markets and funds in our regular magazine podcasts. Subscribe for these, along with CEO interviews, company-specific shows and special in-depth discussions on big market themes.

Customer Reviews

Volume to low

Great podcast guys but please can you get Graham to speak up and /or magnify the podcast as it really is monotone and hard to listen too

Amateurish and unfocused

Compare this to the Motley Fool’s series of podcasts, and it’s night and day.

Every single podcast involved the first minute or so of talking nonsense about what each of the panel has been up to for the last week. “Hello Tom, how are you? (Good thanks.) Good. Hello Dick, how are you doing? {I’m very well thanks) Good good. Harry, how are you? etc etc.
Every other podcast involves some reference to the Managing Editor’s newly-purchased house, which has some minute relevance to the issues of the day.

The “Personal Finance” podcast presenters sound very rigid and scripted. I’m unsure why people unfamiliar with public speaking have been asked to present a podcast.

The content is ok. It’s clearly to peddle the magazine (which is decent, but is increasingly a magazine for traders rather than long-term investors), which means that it never covers a topic in much depth.

Massive improvements could be made. I hope that the next year is an improvement on the last one.

Top notch

There aren't too many UK investment podcasts however this is the best out there IMO. The weekly "companies and markets" show is great with an entertaining team that make it fun to listen to. Keep up the good work!