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This is where finance matters. Featuring “The Knock-On Effect,” the show that starts with the financial or economic event you’ve heard about and takes you to a weird place. The financial world is more complex and more fun than you might think, and in this weekly show, Justine Underhill, Alex Rosenberg and Roger Hirst prove it.

Customer Reviews

No Longer a Professionally Managed Podcast

New theme in regard to “Knock-on-Effect...” programming is very amateurish, unprofessional, no longer a focus on Macroeconomic subjects. I am very disappointed Grant Williams no longer comes on the show.

Wow this podcast went from “adventures in finance to this crap”

I LOVED adventures in finance, and LOVE my subscription to Real Vision TV.... this new podcast is trash. The speakers dont know anything and provide no value to the listener. I listened to 3 episodes to give it the benefit of the doubt.... wow wasted my time.

Raoul Paul and company need to rethink the damage this will cause to the “Real Vision” brand. Get rid if these two buffoons and get back to how adventures in finance was.

Get to the point

I am a subscriber, I can’t see why anyone would consider subscribing to real vision after listening to this Prigram.
Stay focus and stop trying to be funny, it’s annoying

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