The Investing Intel Podcast has been created with one mission: To inform investors about diverse sectors and topics, shining a light on investing ideas and opportunities for individual investors. In each episode, host Duncan Ferris chats with an industry expert to find out what's really going on, with the aim of helping listeners to learn about the businesses, sectors and technologies that are shaping the markets so you can make the right investing decisions.
Episode #001 - Investing In Media & Entertainment Stocks - With Curt Marvis
EPISODE #001 - Investing in Media & Entertainment Stocks - with Curt Marvis, CEO, QYou Media.
QYou Media co-founder and CEO, Curt Marvis, joins us to give investors his insider view on investing in media and entertainment stocks.
In this episode, you learn the fascinating backstory of Curt’s career, how the company started and he gives his expert opinions on the industry at large.
We’ll also answer these questions:
Why has the industry changed so much?
What’s the future of the industry?
What should retail investors be paying attention to?
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Want more on QYOU Media? Check out our latest article about the company here: /analysis/media-and-entertainment-insights-from-the-investing-intel-podcast
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Host: Duncan Ferris
Producer: Adrian Rainey
Guest: Curt Marvis
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