Eddie Hobbs is an Irish television presenter and financial adviser. He is also a speaker at the 2006 it@cork annual conference where he’ll be speaking about advantages of investing in IT as opposed to property.
I will be interviewing him tomorrow (Tuesday November 7th) as part of the pre-conference podcasts.
If you have any questions you’d like me to put to him, feel free to leave them in the comments.
9 thoughts on “Any questions for Eddie Hobbs?”
Do you dye your hair, and why?
Will you tone down the Cork accent, and stop making us all sound like boggers?
Ok, I’ll behave, serious question: Does he consider himself an activist on financial issues, and if so what’s to come? Or was it just about the tv fees? (Not being smart, it’s a legitimate interest, I’d just like to be clear on Eddie’s intentions.)
Tom, do you do transcripts of the podcasts? I hate listening to the things, but I’m often fascinated by the content.
What do I REALLY do with my SSIA’s 😉
— what really happened with the court case over the Village magazine story that he was restricted from being a company director after the Taylor Investment company went bust.
— will he now allow Village to print the article?
Although I don’t know Eddie, I am looking forward to listening to the podcast.
Best regards to you for an awesome week!
dahamsta, I don’t do transcripts of my podcasts (it would take faaaaar too much time) but I do publish show notes with time stamps on questions so you can skip to particular questions if they are of interest.
Hi Tom I hear Irish Nationwide is going to be sold this year. I have four thousand euro sitting in an account there as shares. what can I expect to recieve when its sold ? thanks very much.
Frank, apologies but the interview was last November. Thanks for taking the time to read the post and comment though.
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