Podcasts

Inflation, energy crisis, strikes – have we gone back to the 1970s?
MoneyWeek podcast
Investment strategy

Inflation, energy crisis, strikes – have we gone back to the 1970s?

Merryn and John talk about rising prices, productivity and the state of the labour market, plus are bond investors really the adults in the room, and …
15 Oct 2021
James Ferguson: the scope for bond-market disaster is very real
MoneyWeek podcast
Economy

James Ferguson: the scope for bond-market disaster is very real

Merryn talks to James Ferguson of Macro Strategy partners about central bankers, money supply and inflation, plus why we're on the edge of a very sign…
8 Oct 2021
Gary Channon: the importance of allocating capital wisely
MoneyWeek podcast
Investment strategy

Gary Channon: the importance of allocating capital wisely

Merryn talks to Gary Channon of Phoenix Asset Management about his investment style and the balance between diversification and performance. Plus, cap…
1 Oct 2021
Rob Arnott: Covid's hidden investment opportunities
MoneyWeek podcast
Investment strategy

Rob Arnott: Covid's hidden investment opportunities

Merryn talks to Rob Arnott of Research Affiliates about some of the unexpected consequences of Covid and their opportunities for investors, plus the "…
24 Sep 2021
Kieran Heinemann: the history of shareholder capitalism
MoneyWeek podcast
Investment strategy

Kieran Heinemann: the history of shareholder capitalism

Merryn talks to Kieran Heinemann, author of Playing the Market: Retail Investment and Speculation in Twentieth-Century Britain, about the history of t…
17 Sep 2021
The MoneyWeek Podcast: Sebastian Lyon on the benefits of being boring
Investment strategy

The MoneyWeek Podcast: Sebastian Lyon on the benefits of being boring

Merryn talks to Sebastian Lyon, founder and CEO of Troy Asset Management and manager of Personal Assets Trust, on his “boring” approach to asset manag…
3 Sep 2021
The MoneyWeek Podcast: lorry drivers, Brexit, and why now is a good time to buy UK stocks
Investment strategy

The MoneyWeek Podcast: lorry drivers, Brexit, and why now is a good time to buy UK stocks

The UK is facing shortages of everything from chicken to microchips. Is Brexit really to blame? Merryn and John discuss the boom-bust nature of the ha…
27 Aug 2021
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Edward Bonham Carter: things will only get harder from here
Investment strategy

Edward Bonham Carter: things will only get harder from here

Merryn talks to Jupiter Asset Management's Edward Bonham Carter about where to find cheap assets, what happens if we have a "Japan like bear market", …
20 Aug 2021
Jeremy Grantham, we're in one of the greatest bubbles in financial history
Investment strategy

Jeremy Grantham, we're in one of the greatest bubbles in financial history

Merryn talks to Jeremy Grantham of GMO about the current state of the markets and where investors can "hide" from all the craziness, plus inequality, …
5 Aug 2021
Joe Bauernfreund: why Japan is an active investor's dream market
Investment strategy

Joe Bauernfreund: why Japan is an active investor's dream market

Merryn talks to Joe Bauernfreund of the AVI Japan Opportunity Trust about the opportunities for investors in Japan, a hugely under-researched market w…
29 Jul 2021
Brian Pellegrini: why America isn't going back to work
Economy

Brian Pellegrini: why America isn't going back to work

Brian Pellegrini, founder of Intertemporal Economics, talks to Merryn about the post pandemic economy; why Americans aren't returning to work; plus in…
22 Jul 2021
The MoneyWeek Podcast: Asia, financial repression and the nature of capitalism
Economy

The MoneyWeek Podcast: Asia, financial repression and the nature of capitalism

Russell Napier talks to Merryn about financial repression – or "stealing money from old people slowly" – plus how Asian capitalism is taking over in t…
16 Jul 2021
Niall Ferguson: why we'll never be prepared for disaster
Economy

Niall Ferguson: why we'll never be prepared for disaster

Professor Niall Ferguson talks to Merryn about the nature of catastrophe and disaster; why we should perhaps stop worrying about Covid and start worry…
9 Jul 2021
Jim Mellon: What I'm buying now – UK stocks, agtech and commodities
Investment strategy

Jim Mellon: What I'm buying now – UK stocks, agtech and commodities

Jim Mellon tells Merryn which stocks he likes (and which ones he doesn't), why the future of meat is lab-grown, and why you should definitely have som…
2 Jul 2021
Andy Haldane: bitcoin as money is a fanciful idea that should fill us with horror
Bitcoin & crypto

Andy Haldane: bitcoin as money is a fanciful idea that should fill us with horror

Andy Haldane, the Bank of England's outgoing chief economist, tells Merryn why he isn't a fan of bitcoin as money; why the BoE is actively considering…
25 Jun 2021
The MoneyWeek Podcast: inflation and what to do about it
Inflation

The MoneyWeek Podcast: inflation and what to do about it

John and Merryn talk about the latest inflation figures and ask if it really is a temporary thing, Plus, the origin myth of the 2% target; demographic…
18 Jun 2021
Mayssa Al Midani: agritech, nutrition and climate change – feeding the world while caring for the planet
Global Economy

Mayssa Al Midani: agritech, nutrition and climate change – feeding the world while caring for the planet

Merryn talks to Mayssa Al Midani of the Pictet Nutrition fund about how she invests in feeding the world's expanding population in a sustainable way, …
4 Jun 2021
Simon French: why post-pandemic inflation will be short-lived
Economy

Simon French: why post-pandemic inflation will be short-lived

Merryn talks to Simon French, chief economist with Panmure Gordon, about why he believes inflation will be transitory and the world will be back to th…
28 May 2021
The MoneyWeek Podcast: the things on which we are definitely right
Stockmarkets

The MoneyWeek Podcast: the things on which we are definitely right

Merryn and John talk about the UK's V-shaped recovery; how private equity is gobbling up UK listed companies; and bitcoin – is it worth anything? Is i…
21 May 2021
Richard Marwood: dividends are back on the menu as earnings recover
Income investing

Richard Marwood: dividends are back on the menu as earnings recover

Merryn talks to Richard Marwood of Royal London Asset Management about which companies are recovering from the pandemic as people start spending again…
14 May 2021
Troy's Gabrielle Boyle: for global companies, sustainability is just good business
Investment strategy

Troy's Gabrielle Boyle: for global companies, sustainability is just good business

Merryn talks to to Gabrielle Boyle of Troy Asset Management about the top quality global companies in her portfolio, and why those firms that invest i…
7 May 2021
Tom Slater of Scottish Mortgage: growth, the pandemic, and the importance of optimism
Investment strategy

Tom Slater of Scottish Mortgage: growth, the pandemic, and the importance of optimism

Merryn talks to Tom Slater of the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust about investing in growth, the pandemic and its aftermath, why optimism will alwa…
30 Apr 2021