Strictly Business

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Business and market leaders' expert analysis and interviews with Independent Business Broadcaster Lindsay Williams.


11 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±21 min episode every 1 week
Every Monday South Africa’s favourite stockbroker, David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities guides us through the market maelstrom in his own uniquely accessible manner. David is probably the most experienced financial services professional in the country, having cut his teeth on the floor of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange on Diagonal Street and now decades later is still talking sense and proving there is no substitute for experience.

Listen with Liston

4 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±19 min episode every 2 weeks, 6 days
Liston Meintjes is an enigma, and arguably the hardest working portfolio manager in the country. His depth of knowledge and attention to detail is unparalleled on a wide variety of market and economic subjects, both locally and overseas. This feature also incorporates Liston’s weekly graphs which we use as an accompaniment to his fundamental analyses.

Two Peas in a Podcast

6 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±16 min episode every 1 week, 4 days
One of my favourite features allows us to speak to anyone, about anything, at any time. We won’t be sticking to the world of finance and markets but will have in-depth discussions on a variety of subjects, as long as they are pertinent, informative, fun and enlightening. Politics, sport, food, conservation, travel and so much more—we’ll cover the lot with our very special guests.

2 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±10 min episode every 6 days
Sharenet's history stretches back to 1988 when the company was founded to fill a gap in the South African financial marketplace - namely, to provide real-time JSE share prices to the public on a subscription basis. In the decades that followed Sharenet invested heavily in its technology infrastructure, motivated by a vision to provide traders and investors, both individuals and institutions, with all the online tools they needed to invest successfully on the South African and international stock markets.

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