The Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) is pleased to announce that “The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You Podcast” is now available as of Monday, 25th January 2021. In season 1, topics under their Annual Regional Investments and Capital Markets Conference theme, “Restructuring, Restoring and Renewing,” happening 26th-28th January, are explored. Watch this video for more.
Every Monday at 6:00 a.m. Jamaican time, a new episode will be available for the live stream or download on your device. The first episode is an interview with our Managing Director, Mrs. Marlene Street-Forrest, talking about “Listing on the Jamaica Stock Exchange.”
Click on any of your preferred App to SUBSCRIBE now and listen to the trailer for FREE as well as be in the know when the first episode airs on Monday, 25th January (more platforms coming soon):
Anchor – https://anchor.fm/jamstockexpodcast
You can expect to receive information that will help you better understand the Capital Market and make informed decisions.
If you are already a pro, rest assured, there is something of value in it for you too.
The episodes in season one focus on the options for raising capital for businesses plus give valuable insights you can use daily. This is extremely relevant, particularly because businesses, big and small, are all simultaneously grappling with unforeseen challenges brought on by the global pandemic and economic shocks.
The intent of the JSE and You podcast is to simplify concepts so that listeners from all walks of life will understand how the capital market works. Each week an expert leader in the Capital Market space will break down topics such as:
- Listing on the stock market
- Borrowing against your stock portfolio
- Private Market
The JSE looks forward to you joining them on The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You podcast. Help them spread the word about this new podcast. Tell all your friends, colleagues, family members and everyone you know so that they can listen for FREE in any App that supports podcasts.
As you dive into the episodes, remember, as Warren Buffet says, “rule number one: don’t lose money. Rule number two: don’t forget rule number one.”