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Podcast76: Evidence Based Investing…..with Robin Powell

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Podcast76: Evidence Based Investing…..with Robin Powell

26th February 2018

Paddy Delaney

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This week we get to chat with a guy who is making quite a name for himself. He is advocating for greater investor education, in particular with regards to the long-running debate on the value of Active Fund Management versus Passive or Index investing.

This is the latest episode in Ireland’s only dedicated Financial Planning & Investing Podcast…..available on iTunes, Podcast Stitcher, Podcast Addict and all other podcast players. If you find our podcast or website of any use then we would really appreciate your support, ideally as a iTunes review!

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Robin Powell is an award-winning journalist, blogger and content marketing consultant, based in the UK, with specialist expertise in the investing industry.

He works primarily work with asset managers and advisory firms at improving outcomes for the end consumer. He also campaigns for better investor education and for greater transparency in global asset management. As well as The Evidence-Based Investor, he edits Adviser 2.0, a blog which explores the changes taking place within the financial advice profession.

He is the producer of two highly-acclaimed online documentaries about investing ? How to Win the Loser’s Game and Index Funds: The 12-Step Recovery Program for Active Investors.

 

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