investment advice from a star investor, real estate, obstruction and startup crash

In the morning program, Lauri Meidla, an active investor on the Tallinn Stock Exchange, talks about practical investment ideas.Photo: Liis Treimann

In the Thursday morning program of Äripää radio, we investigate where to invest your money now and today, we ask why a foreign investor is bypassing the Estonian real estate market, we talk about the obstruction happening in the Riigikogu and the potential crash of start-ups, and we reflect the mood from the Michelin star distribution that took place on Thursday.

Lauri Meidla, an active investor of the Tallinn Stock Exchange, opens his portfolio, sharing very practical thoughts on where he would invest his money today. Henri Laks, the head of Hepsor listed on the domestic stock exchange, talks about the listed company’s expansion plans to Canada and cites as the reason that foreign investors no longer want to look at the Estonian real estate market.

We will also open potential places to buy and the right investment moment in the context of real estate with the head of EfTEN Capital, Kristjan Tamla.

Erkki Keldo, the leader of the Riigikogu faction of the Reform Party, and Jevgeni Ossinovski, the leader of the SDE faction, will come to the village, with whom we will talk about the obstruction in the Riigikogu and how the coalition plans to break the work stoppages of the Riigikogu initiated by the opposition, both now and in the future, while respecting the limits of the law.

We are also talking with startup investor Madis Müür about his portfolio after Ampler Bikes’ restructuring and free fall, Müür is not letting his head down and is already ready to introduce new investment ideas.

However, at the Enefit Green shareholders’ meeting on Wednesday, Simo Sepp, the journalist of the stock exchange office, caught the former and current head of Eesti Energia, who opened up about their and Enefit Green’s future plans during the morning program. The fresh emotions captured by Gregor Alaküla at the Michelin star awarding ceremony will also be mediated.

The morning program is hosted by presenter Indrek Mäe and news editor Romet Toomas Tiitsaar.

The day continues with five shows.

9.50-10.00 “Obscure economy”. Once it happened that an old lady from Georgia lost the internet in all of Armenia. 90% of Armenian Internet users, both private and business customers, could not use the Internet for 12 hours. The 75-year-old culprit said while giving explanations to the police: “I don’t know what the internet is at all.” What exactly happened, listen to the show. Host is Linda Eensaar.

10.00-11.00 “Frequency of Sorainen”. In the May program, advice is given on how to involve the community so that the big project does not get bogged down. The show is hosted by Mario Sõrm and Oliver Ämarik, lawyers from Sorainen law firm. The guests of the show are Fermi Energia board member and environmental manager Diana Revjako and Sorainen’s lawyer, construction and planning law expert Sandra Mikli.

11.00–12.00 “Business day on air”. The events of this week include both the fire on Lasnamäe and fresh Michelin stars, tax solitaire imposed by the government, warnings from real estate market participants and news from behind the puddle, where they are ready to jump into destruction in the name of obstruction. The topics of the week are summarized by journalists Indrek Lepik, Karl-Eduard Salumäe and Kristjan Pruul.

13.00–14.00 “Successful women”. Prominent women reveal their stories in the show. On this occasion, we talked to actress and director Mari-Liis Lille, who is an important influence on how sensitive topics are seen and heard in society.

Mari-Liis Lill opened up about how her famous speech “What’s wrong with the picture?” was born. and what are the critical issues in the public image for him now.

In addition, the actor spoke about the hopeless financial situation he got into during the corona period, when he had to manage with only one month’s savings. The well-known actor also opened up behind the scenes of film and theater, talking about what stories producers use to lure cultural figures to work cheaply, and how to still ask for a decent fee.

At the same time, Mari-Liis Lill talked about why her life partner and actor Ivo Uukkivi is only a salary employee in the company and is no longer a member of the board, and why her relationship with money is complicated.

15.00–16.00 “School of good vision”. In the show that sums up the season, Pere Optika chairman Jaan Põrk, optometrist Laura Tõnov and Essilor product specialist Margo Tinno explain how to recognize the primary symptoms of a more serious eye disease, which shade of glasses can improve vision a little in case of an eye disease or relieve a headache in the case of a migraine, how glasses wearers can solve the problem of wearing protective glasses concern and why you should wear swimming goggles in water bodies in the summer. In addition, there is talk of dry eye and computer viewing syndrome.

The presenter is Tuuli Seinberg, business manager of

Listen to Äripäiv radio in Tallinn and Harjumaa 92.4 MHz, Tartu 97.7 MHz, Pärnu 91.9 MHz, Haapsalu 96.0 MHz, Saaremaa 101.7 MHz and Ida-Virumaa 94.6 MHz.

You can find the listening link and weekly schedule here.

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