eToro Launched a Professional Financial Podcast

After more than a decade as a fintech leader, eToro has launched a brand new podcast, called Economize Me. The timing of the podcast’s release is partly due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and our desire to give those confined to their homes quality content. This podcast covers a wide array of topics, ranging from the ABCs of trading to in-depth market analysis and insights. Hosts Eytan Weinstein and Naor Meningher are joined by a star-studded guest list, including some of the world’s leading financial and economic experts.

In light of the global pandemic, Economize Me is kicking off its first season with a special episode on the financial impact of the coronavirus, hosting some of the leading voices in the business and financial world, including former CEO of Man Financial Kevin Davis, acclaimed financial consultant Eric Tyson, eToro CEO Yoni Assia and former CEO of OpenTable Christa Quarles. We will be taking a close look at how the virus is influencing markets, and most importantly, what investors can do to protect themselves financially.

You can listen to the coronavirus special and three more episodes of Economize Me right now.

Listen Now: https://go.etoro.com/en/podcast

As the world’s leading social investing network, eToro has put the promotion of financial literacy as one of the main points on its agenda, supporting its community with an array of educational tools. The podcast is eToro’s latest addition, enabling anyone to get their finance fix on the go.

Economize Me features leading experts, including best-selling personal finance author Eric Tyson, world-renowned negotiation and cognitive psychology expert, Professor Margaret A. Neale, entrepreneurship expert Peter G. Klein and many others. Each episode discusses topics such as finance, economics, and business management, giving listeners real-life tools and tips for everything from online trading to starting and managing a business.

The content that will be discussed is intended for information and educational purposes only and should not be considered investment advice or investment recommendation.