FundCalibre - Investing on the go

By FundCalibre

Investing on the go gives you direct access to the people who manage your ISA and pensions savings. Our hosts will be interviewing finance professionals on everything from their successes and failures to current ideas and insights. At meetings, before events and even if we bump into them on the street, we'll grab five minutes with these experts to discuss how your own personal finances could be impacted by topics such as US elections, the move from petrol to electric vehicles, the growth in artificial intelligence and robots, and so much more. Our ultimate goal is to bring to life the world of investments and uncover new and exciting opportunities, all while inspiring you to invest and giving you the confidence and knowledge to make the right decisions. To do this we often ask the managers why they are invested in individual companies. This is for illustration only and should not be taken as a recommendation to buy or sell that stock. The fund manager may or may not still own these companies at the time of your listening. For more investment research visit us at www.fundcalibre.com and follow us on twitter and facebook @FundCalibre

  1. 1.
    120. Why inflation could be stronger than people expect
    20:51
  2. 2.
    119. Why the average Indian consumes 3.5 times as much data as the average Brit
    17:17
  3. 3.
    118. Could the US now take a leading role on the global environmental stage?
    14:00
  4. 4.
    117. Investing in airports, mobile towers and renewables
    13:27
  5. 5.
    116. China: the opportunities and concerns for investors in 2021
    10:33
  6. 6.
    115. UK small caps: making money from toilet rolls, spectacles and Hollywood films
    20:40
  7. 7.
    114. A masterclass in interest rates, inflation and fixed income
    23:07
  8. 8.
    113. Reflecting on 2020 and the madness of markets
    9:02
  1. 9.
    112. Where would you rather invest in 2021?
    17:29
  2. 10.
    111. Investing in healthcare during a global pandemic
    9:58
  3. 11.
    110. Investing in big tech and the golf gadget you might like for Christmas
    11:21
  4. 12.
    109. UK smaller companies: reaching beyond the white cliffs of dover
    12:41
  5. 13.
    108. How to make money when everyone else is losing it
    16:48
  6. 14.
    107. Can smaller companies outperform in 2021?
    14:03
  7. 15.
    106. Making cheeky bids for good companies at rock-bottom prices
    18:20
  8. 16.
    105. L’Oréal, Campari and Schindler lifts: quality companies in Europe
    16:11
  9. 17.
    104. Could we have a vaccine before Christmas?
    13:58
  10. 18.
    103. The US election: an early take for investors as votes are still counted
    17:02
  11. 19.
    102. Americans: repairing, remodelling and ready to vote
    15:49
  12. 20.
    101. US company dividends: more increases than cuts
    13:09
  13. 21.
    100. The race for a vaccine and avoiding fast fashion
    17:46
  14. 22.
    99. Just 10 years left to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals
    11:23
  15. 23.
    98. Water scarcity, labour issues and human rights
    13:57
  16. 24.
    97. Why we could be through the worst of the UK dividend cuts
    10:33
  17. 25.
    96. Why social issues have been wrongly ignored by investors
    13:44
  18. 26.
    95. If you had the chance to interview a fund manager, what would you ask?
    16:20
  19. 27.
    94. Why Brexit planning has helped UK firms deal with lockdown
    11:22
  20. 28.
    93. Dividend growth: why it could be the fastest for a decade
    11:53
  21. 29.
    92. Why I won’t touch the likes of Zoom or Uber
    13:46
  22. 30.
    91. Why emerging market dividends are holding up better than in the UK
    15:00
  23. 31.
    90. A baptism of fire and the lure of addictive hobbies
    17:08
  24. 32.
    89. Ditching travel firms and buying ‘boring’ utilities
    12:12
  25. 33.
    88. Can the price of gold rise as high as $3,000?
    11:06
  26. 34.
    87. The UK housing market: pent-up demand and the stamp duty holiday
    17:02
  27. 35.
    86. How the spirit of the Industrial Revolution is alive and well in UK smaller companies
    20:47
  28. 36.
    85. Investing through a Mexican wave of global shutdowns
    14:38
  29. 37.
    84. How to profit when Americans hoard
    21:41
  30. 38.
    83. Asian dividends and the battle for 5G
    16:43
  31. 39.
    82. Why infrastructure is a bright spot for income and green energy
    13:49
  32. 40.
    81. Finding income in emerging markets
    12:52
  33. 41.
    80. Mixing stock markets with human emotion
    23:12
  34. 42.
    79. Why the FTSE 250 is more international than you may think
    20:23
  35. 43.
    78. Why expectations are too high and the pandemic remains a risk
    13:01
  36. 44.
    77. Investing in Purplebricks and gold miners
    15:21
  37. 45.
    76. Why Russia and Egypt are better bets than the UK
    17:52
  38. 46.
    75. Finding ‘safe yields’ and why haircuts and holidays might get more expensive
    15:00
  39. 47.
    74. Replenishing lost dividend income via car parks, bonds and infrastructure
    18:54
  40. 48.
    73. Have we seen the last skyscraper? Plus other post-pandemic property changes
    18:16
  41. 49.
    72. How a relentless pursuit of the basics can give you an investment edge
    17:57
  42. 50.
    71. From Latin American to the Middle East and Asia: which emerging market is best?
    21:49

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