Radio Morning: Sell shares in May

Sander Pikkel, head of LHV’s brokerage, talks in the morning program about when is the right time to sell shares.Photo: Andras Kralla

Sander Pikkel, head of LHV’s brokerage, talks about whether investors should still follow the old truth, which says that it is worth selling shares in May, only to buy them back in the fall. We also look at what is happening in the stock markets and see if the recent optimism is justified.

Tarmo Virki, executive editor of, comments on the latest news from the startup world. We will talk about both foundME’s own news and Bolt’s plans to be bought by a competitor, as well as what is happening at Ampler and more.

The managers of the largest and most influential companies in Estonia will participate in the Pärnu Management Conference, who will share their experiences on how to deal with difficulties and become a better manager in the process. The best Estonian leader of the year will also be announced at the conference. Marili Niidumaa, head of Äripää conferences’ editorial office, shares her impressions of what is happening and what is happening there.

The morning program is hosted by journalists Simo Sepp and Laura Saks.

The day continues with five shows.

9.50-10.00 “Obscure economy”. If men are discriminated against in the workplace because of their height, women have the same concern about their weight. Bigger women get paid less in rich countries. Sometimes for a very fat woman, losing weight is as profitable as getting a master’s degree. Even if weight is essentially irrelevant to the performance of work tasks.

In developed countries, poor people are said to be fatter, but this is actually only true for women, not men. Whether discrimination due to body weight is in a rising or falling trend in the world and how much corpulence can take away from the salary, listen to the program “Obscure economy”. Host is Linda Eensaar.

10.0011.00 “Content Marketing Show”. In this episode, we will talk about the budget of the European Union: who contributes money to it and who benefits the most from it, how budget priorities are formed and which are the most famous objects and projects in Estonia that have been financed with the help of European funds. Kadri Tali, head of the budget department of the Ministry of Finance, and Ave Schank-Lukas, economic adviser of the Estonian representation of the European Commission, are in the studio. The show is hosted by Hando Sinisalu

11.0012.00 “Business day on the air”. Prime Minister Kaja Kallas’ accusations are being scrutinized, as if Estonian entrepreneurs are evading the sanctions imposed on Russia and are still sending goods there that they shouldn’t. In the studio, the journalists also analyze the dispute between the national postal companies of Estonia and Latvia, the story of the lawyer who turned out to be a rogue, and raise the question of whether the former head of the tax office really deliberately put himself in a very serious conflict of interest situation without batting an eye.

Journalists Karl-Eduard Salumäe, Martin Johannes Teder and Eliisa Matsalu comment on the week’s events in a fiery opinion show.

13.0014.00 “Breakthrough”. Erki Nool, Sydney Olympic champion, multi-sport athlete, former athlete and owner of a sports school named after himself, who has been outstandingly successful in his sports career, is visiting. In addition to the medals of the title competitions earned during his career, Noole also managed to win his first medal as a coach in February this year. In the show, we talk about his journey and success as an athlete, coach and politician. The questions that will be answered are what is needed to reach the top in sports, what is the most important doping and how Nool sees current political events. The show is hosted by Alyona Stadnik.

15.0016.00 “Health wise”. Chronic rheumatic diseases occur more and more often in Estonia, such patients also often have other concomitant diseases, and a good treatment outcome for patients is only possible through cooperation and mutual understanding between the patient, his rheumatologist, other specialists and the family doctor. In the program, we will listen to two presentations from the Rheumatism Forum organized by the Estonian Rheumatism Association, Estonian Rheumatology Society and Äripää Medical Conferences, which this year was entitled “The Whole Patient”. In the first half of the show, family doctor Dr. Doris Karask talks about how a rheumatic patient is monitored at the family doctor’s office and what cooperation could be like. In the second half of the show, Dr. Anu Ambos, endocrinologist-in-chief of the Internal Medicine Clinic at PERH, talks about why patients with diabetes have a higher risk of fractures and worse bone quality.

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