US Federal Reserve & Tech earnings in the spotlight – Episode 71 of Damien’s Midweek Markets

1 min Read Published: 29 Jul 2020

The 71st episode of my weekly YouTube show where I discuss what is happening in investment markets and what to look out for. This week I talk about how Tech earnings and the latest Federal Reserve meeting are likely to impact markets.

Each show lasts between 5-10 minutes and is aimed at DIY investors (including novices) seeking contemporary analysis to help them understand how investment markets work.

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  1. Hi Damien

    Given the Tech FAANG stellar results Could you do a feature on the best brokers to buy overseas US shares. As the currency charges can be significant for some brokers compare to others. Enjoy your briefings as they compliment my CNBC viewing.

    Apple looks like a good investment over the next 2 to 3 years given 5G and Service Growth and I’m sure UK investors will want to get into this in a big way

    1. Hi Bally,

      Thanks for the great feedback. A feature on best brokers for buying overseas shares is a great idea but will take some time.

      In the meantime, this comparison from IC will prove useful.

      Best wishes

      Damien

  2. Hi Martin.

    Given the Tech FAANG stellar results Could you do a feature on the best brokers to buy overseas US shares. As the currency charges can be significant for some brokers compare to others. Enjoy your briefings as they compliment my CNBC viewing.
    Could you do a feature on the best brokers to buy overseas US shares. As the currency conversion charges can be significant for some brokers compare to others. Enjoy your briefings as they complement my CNBC viewing.
    Apple looks like a good investment over the next 2 to 3 years given 5G and Service Growth and I’m sure UK investors will want to get into this in a big way

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