MoneyWeek Investment Tutorials Podcast
Summary: Now you can properly understand what’s going on in the stock market, the financial industry, and the economy… and also become a smarter investor. MoneyWeek is the UK’s best-selling investment and finance magazine. In these short videos, MoneyWeek’s deputy editor, Tim Bennett, explains a wide variety of investment and finance topics in a clear, simple and engaging way. In some videos Tim covers issues in the news e.g. the state of the banks, what the Chancellor and the Bank of England are doing, how multinational companies avoid paying tax. Others give a view on the markets e.g. three reasons to sell Apple. And others cover general investment themes e.g. how to properly understand pensions, how to value an income stock, and five key dates every shareholder should know. Whether you’re an active investor, a student of finance, or simply someone who wants to understand more about the financial markets and the economy, Tim’s videos will help you grasp ideas that you’ve never had properly explained to you before. Here are a few comments from people who have watched Tim’s videos on YouTube: "If 10% of the population had his grasp of markets and how they work the economy would be in much, much better shape." "I could not have asked for a better or clearer explanation! Thanks." "Damn, you did a good of explaining that simply." "Great video as usual, I'd recommend all of these to anyone” For more investment advice, updates and tips, do visit the MoneyWeek website: www.moneyweek.com
The latest hot buzz phrase doing the rounds in fund management is "smart beta". Tim Bennett explains what it is and what it means for you.
America's oldest published index always grabs the headlines. But as Tim Bennett explains these days investors should be wary of trusting it to tell them what's really going on.
In his last budget Chancellor George Osborne got rid of stamp duty on certain share deals. Tim Bennett explains how stamp duty works and why he should have gone much further.
Most investors know that crafty directors can find ways to boost profits. But what about cash? Although cash is ultimately king, Tim Bennett reveals five ways firms can give the cash flow statement a facelift.
The EU has decided to try and end the "bonus culture" at banks. Tim Bennett explains their latest proposal and asks whether it will work.
The best stocks are good quality but also cheap. But how do you spot them? Tim Bennett introduces a simple stock screen that can help.
Warren Buffett regularly buys billions of dollars worth of preference shares. Tim Bennett explains why and how you can add them to your portfolio.
The p/e ratio is one of our favourites. However, as Tim Bennett explains, it can sometimes let you down.
Companies in Europe have been issuing convertible bonds at a record pace. Tim Bennett looks at what all this activity tells investors.
Our largest banks now stand accused of mis-selling swaps. Tim Bennett explains how this latest scandal could land them with their biggest compensation bill yet.
New Bank of England governor Mark Carney thinks central banks should focus on NGDP. Tim Bennett explains why his proposal has caused such a stir.
Gross domestic product measures a country's economic health. Tim Bennett explains how it works and asks how useful it really is.
Shares can be a great source of income for investors. Tim Bennett introduces four concepts that are fundamental to picking income winners. In this video he explains what dividends are.
Shares can be a great source of income for investors. Tim Bennett introduces four concepts that are fundamental to picking income winners. In this video he explains what a dividend yield is.
Shares can be a great source of income for investors. Tim Bennett introduces four concepts that are fundamental to picking income winners. In this video he looks at the different types of income.