Blonde About Town

Below is a selection of BlondeMoney occurring in global media:

ITV News at 10

BlondeMoney featured on the 10 o’clock edition of ITV news as a guest analytical firm for a story surround the nature of responsible investing.

Watch the excerpt here.

MarketWatch and Barrons

‘Brexit Fears Could Still Get a Lot Worse’: BlondeMoney CEO and founder Helen Thomas is interviewed for MarketWatch and Barrons¬†about how a ‘No Deal’ Brexit is the most likely outcome.

The Economist ‘Buttonwood’

The valedictory column from The Economist’s renowned Buttonwood quotes BlondeMoney and our ETF Report. Looking to the future from his Tardis, Buttonwood agrees with BlondeMoney that ETFs, while benign in creation, could wreak havoc in destruction.

Financial Times ‘Hard Currency’ Podcast

BlondeMoney is interviewed by Roger Blitz, currency editor for the FT for his regular podcast ‘Hard Currency’. Covered topics include ETF related risks, potential future market wobbles and investor uncertainty.


Lend Me Your Ear

Helen Thomas, founder and CEO of BlondeMoney, talks to Liam Halligan for his financial podcast ‘Lend me your ear’. Liam is a renowned British journalist currently working for the Telegraph although his experience spans a number of institutions including the Financial Times and the Economist. He has recently also published a book entitled ‘Clean Brexit: Why leaving the EU still makes sense‘.




Enigmatically entitled “Dr. Stu’s Naked Short Club” on Resonance FM, BlondeMoney explains along with various hedge fund luminaries including Epsilon Theory’s Dr. Ben Hunt and Spotlight’s Stephen Pope what recent market behaviour could indicate. The excellent intro kicks in at 01:54 and BlondeMoney first pipes up at 09:06 on the attached link.

Resonance FM 1

BlondeMoney speaks on Jazz FM for their ‘Business Briefing’: Back to school blues for May and Tories, Carney departure, Argentina, and BlondeMoney gives some clues on where the smart money’s going in a No Deal Brexit

Jazz FM

BBC Newsnight

Appeared on Newsnight to talk through negative Central Bank interest rates.


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