Alan Green joins the UK Investor Magazine Podcast for our latest instalment of UK equities and global markets. We discuss Barclays (LON:BARC), Power Metal Resources (LON:POW) and Tertiary Minerals (LON:TYM)
We start with looking at US Tech stocks in Apple and Alphabet and go through the numbers from their bumper quarterly updates. Both produced revenue figures that surpassed analyst estimates in a strong quarter for two of the world's largest technology companies.
Given the strong results from Apple and Alphabet, we explore whether we may be reaching the top of the earnings cycle as we come out of the pandemic and...
The UK Investor Magazine Podcast is joined by Jonathan Rowland, Chairman of Mode PLC.
Mode PLC provides Bitcoin and Open Banking services to it's users and is a unique position here in the UK.
Mode have recently partnered with The Hut Group (THG), one of largest e-commerce groups in the UK, for Mode payments integration meaning 30+ THG brands will display Mode as a payment option at their online checkout.
Mode has also just launched their new payments solution in BETA so Mode app users will be able to utilise business payment solutions.
From a regulatory perspective, Mode became the fifth company to...
This week's UK Investor Magazine Podcast with Alan Green covers Next shares (LON:NXT), the Zenova Group (LON:ZED) IPO and an under appreciated African growth story in AirTel Africa (LON:AAF).
The FTSE 100 has suffered bouts of volatility over the last week as COVID cases rise globally and concerns about inflation persist. We question whether we could see more meaningful downside in markets in the third quarter and look at the potential buying opportunities in such a circumstance.
Next shares gave a boost to the FTSE 100 following a strong trading update that demonstrated the successful shift to online sales during the...
The UK Investor Magazine Podcast is joined by Cormac Leech, founder of Litigation Funding platform AxiaFunder.
AxiaFunder is the only investment platform available to UK investors to access the new asset class of Litigation Funding.
AxiaFunder was established after Cormac's personal experience within litigation funding found that while there was a substantial market for litigation funding, there wasn't an available platform for high net worth and sophisticated investors.
One of the standout attractions of litigation funding is the absence of correlation with the broad economic environment.
Litigation, and the need to pursue litigation, is not largely impacted by economic growth in the same...