Investing Show: Can investors make money by keeping it simple?
The investment world loves to make things complicated, but does that help anyone make more money?
In an episode dedicated to how to make investing simpler, Gemma Godfrey joins Simon Lambert and the Investing Show regulars in the studio to discuss how to demystify the investment world.
The founder and CEO of Moo.La and a former wealth management chief investment officer explains how she thinks more people can be encouraged to invest and those who already are investors can improve.
In the first part of the show, Richard Hunter, of Wilson King IM, looks at what’s on the cards next for investors and what we can learn from the post-Brexit rally.
Dipping much further back into the future, Nick Batsford, of TipTV, tells us about Jesse Livermore and the classic investing book Reminiscences of a Stock Operator – and the lessons we can learn from the life of a legendary trader in the 1920s, who also liked to keep things simple.
Watch the Investing Show in two parts below.