We are excited to announce a new weekly Podcast series, Do More With Your Money.
Each week we will be going in-depth on a range of subjects, as we share our views on the top investment and economic news, the latest from True Potential, and ways you can do more with your money.
Why we introduced the podcast
At True Potential we are always asking ourselves how we can do more. We wanted to bring you a longer in-depth discussion on the big stories of the day that matter most to you, encompassing leading experts and personalities involved in a more informal conversation. By taking this approach, we hope that you feel part of the conversations taking place.
How to listen to the podcast
These audio platforms are perfect for listening on the go, whether this is a radio alternative in the car or with your headphones on the tube.
How to watch the podcast
Watching the Podcast means you can enjoy the full range of expression and emotion on show, as our panel discusses the events that matter most to you.
Who will appear on the podcast?
The Do More With Your Money podcast will change week to week, bringing in the most relevant experts from within True Potential and the most fascinating guests from outside of our business.
What’s happened so far?
The Do More With Your Money Podcast began with a look back at our recent journey to Shanghai, focusing on China’s staggering economic growth, how 5G is going to change our lives and how best to avoid getting run over by the city’s booming scooter industry.
Episode two was a Brexit special, released on the day of Britain’s exit from the European Union. Having been in Westminster the day previous, we presented a unique insight into how British politics is changing.
What our viewers are saying
“I was heartened to find that Chairman David Harrison echoes my thoughts exactly. Excellent video gents.” YouTube user
“Watched the full video. Fantastic.” Facebook user
“I’m up to 13 minutes and it’s fantastic. I completely agree with everything David has said.” Facebook user
Have your say
We’re keen to get your feedback on our new series, so please leave a comment and let us know what you’d like us to cover next time.
With investing, your capital is at risk. Investments can fluctuate in value and you may get back less than you invest. Past performance is not a guide to future performance. Tax rules can change at any time. This blog is not personal financial advice.