Räppar Genka, LHV founder Rain Lõhmus, social worker and journalist Anu SaagimPhoto: Photo: Äripäev
In the most listened-to radio programs of the year, the top comedian, rapper, banker and bravado revealed themselves from new sides. Investors shared their thoughts and inspiration, and it turned out that entrepreneurs and top managers are looking at the new year a little anxiously.
The following are the most popular programs of Äripäev radio of the year:
“Breakthrough.” Top comedian Ari Matti Mustonen takes the career of a joker seriously
Named the most professional comedian in Estonia, Ari Matti Mustonen talked about the background of his success, but also about his dreams. The honest and gentle show was about how he has taken a decade of hard work to where he is today – from an unknown artist to a sold-out artist. The show was hosted by Rivo Sarapik.
“Investor Toomas Hour”. By following these teachings, you will also become a millionaire through paid work
During the broadcast, we talked to Jaak Roosaar, the investor and author of the “Getting Rich Textbooks” series, and Nelli Janson, LHV’s senior broker, about Dave Ramsey’s Estonian book “The Complete Change of Your Money” recently published by Äripäev Publishing House. We discussed the thoughts written in the book, more generally the timeless truths about handling money, borrowing, the current economic environment, and much more. The show was hosted by Anete Hela Pulk.
“Successful Women.” A naive guitarist straightened up: I was hurt a lot, but then I put on a sadomaso costume
The social worker Anu Saagim spoke openly about how the attacks of Finnish journalists made her cry on her pillow, but then the bridesmaid decided to take the reins: she jumped into the milk bath and dressed in a sadomaso costume. In addition, Saagim’s numerous companies were mentioned: he is on the board of seven different companies engaged in entertainment, design and real estate. He also revealed his values and beliefs about money and how the crisis affected him. The show was hosted by Katariina Krjutškova.
“Hot chair”. Rain Lõhmus: There is a lot of space in the market
Rain Lõhmus, the founder of LHV and the chairman of the supervisory board, sat by far in the hot chair on the Tallinn Stock Exchange. We talked to the banker about the principles to which LHV owes its rapid growth to a billion-dollar company, which is still left to take the market in Estonia, and what the growth ambitions of the listed company are in London. Lõhmus, who has assets worth nearly 250 million and is moving fast up the TOP Wealth, also talked about the biggest risks of LHV, which have been taught by the crises of the past and when LHV shares could be traded on the stock exchange for 100 euros. The show was hosted by Juhan Lang.
“Breakthrough.” Genka’s investment: “A pretty okay tile has gathered on the shelf”
We talked to rapper Genka about money. We asked him what his best and worst business expectations were as a record label manager, where he had successfully invested, and what was the story that had brought in the most money. In addition, we also talked about the challenges related to creative entrepreneurship, the Estonian music landscape, the challenges of the Coronary Year and the concerns of society. The show was hosted by Gregor Alaküla.
“Investor Toomas Hour”. How to beat inflation with 100,000 euros and earn 20% per year with 20,000 euros
Hobby investor Andrus Vaher and Swedbank’s investment strategist Tarmo Tanila offered different investment portfolios for investing 20,000, 50,000 and 100,000 euros. The annual return target was 20%, 7% and finally inflation, and a model portfolio is presented for each return. The show was hosted by Igor Rõtov.
The ABC of Trading. Marat Kasparov: I recommend buying these companies
How to become a professional trader? What sources of information are worth watching? How to behave with Wise’s stock? Which U.S. stocks and companies trading on the Funderbeam platform have the greatest growth potential, and which start-ups are making the investor nervous? These are just a few of the topics covered in this show. The show was hosted by Juhan Lang.
“Hot chair”. Jüri Manor: tough times are coming
Entrepreneur Jüri Mõis warned about the difficult times that he sees coming when the current trends in society continue. “I consider myself a leader of bad times, I am too harsh in soft good times. I think tough times are coming back, and even if they are not, we need to prepare for them. The future president should do more, as Lennart Meri once called it, to tear down this other Estonia, ”said Mõis and explained what he meant. The show was directed by Marge Väikenurm.
“Investor Toomas Hour”. From zero to half a million portfolio in 7 years
Marko Oolo, an investor who has earned an average annual return of almost 20% on his investments, announced in a program what investment principles have helped him grow his portfolio from zero to more than half a million euros in seven years. In addition, the co-founder of the Investment Club and the investment manager of the hedge fund Superangel dissected the best investment opportunities in the seed sector today and provides practical ideas for earning income on the Funderbeam platform.
“Successful Women.” Amazingly honest writer on Äripäev radio: At the age of 30, I was in trouble!
The poet and prose writer Kristiina Ehin spoke openly about becoming a single parent and the challenges that came with it. He described how he fought for his life after the birth of a child and set justice in court. Ehin also talked about how he has remained faithful to creation due to the challenges and takes time for it next to his family. The show was hosted by Katariina Krjutškova.
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