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Your Money: Channel 95 (free to air)

Discussion in 'Trading/Investing Resources' started by jbocker, Dec 13, 2018.

  1. jbocker

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    Just asking members on your thoughts on Your Money Channel 95.

    I personally have been watching this and it seems to be gaining traction as its content is improving and expanding. I really like Ticky Fullerton, and always have when she was on ABC.
    I can forsee that more company stories will be broadcast and probably ASX listed company interviews and presentations will make their way to the station.
    Not sure how the station is making money but I think the audience will grow quite quickly as it improves and becomes less clunky (less self advertising).

    Any other thoughts. Anyone have this running while busy making bucks on the net?
    I appreciate this is also on Fox, and may have been there prior, but I am not a FOX subscriber.
     
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  2. Skate

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    It's Channel 85 (Your Money) for me..

    Skate.
     
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  3. jbocker

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    I am in Perth, if that makes a difference. They quote 95 free to air and fox channel 601. Yours might be tuned to 85.
    Started October 1. Not sure many people are viewing this, we might be the only ones. I have it on now and they give live update and discussion of various stocks, with people ringing and emailing in.
    I am liking it.
     
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    I don't mind watching it, the presenters can ramble and sometimes seem to have no idea wtf they are talking about / questions they ask company representatives. They do have some decent guests from time to time i.e. Shane Oliver.

    It seems like it's the Motley Fool of T.V, easy to watch, but no real 'analysis', despite how many times they use the word.
     
  6. So_Cynical

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    Its sky business, a lot of paid content, most of the quests are paying for the privilege.
     
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    Ive been watching for about a week. I dont have fox so nice to have. Some decent content and a lot of filler. I dont like the real estate adverts on there but I guess they gotta make $$ some how.
    I use TA so I like to see some suppsed FA experts talk their shizzle. Saw some interesting charts on oil and stock market correlation today.(Dow and WTI)
     
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    Your Money has been ceased broadcasting from today ( 17/05/19)
     
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    Given it had no sponsorship its days were numbered from the start.
     
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    And who cares about investing finance or economy if we move to a socialist dreamland on Saturday
     
  11. jbocker

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    Did they forecast we will no longer have any money after the election? so no need to run a program about Your Money?
     
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