Financially Focused for Flow TV

Sunday, April 13, 2014    

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FINANCIALLY Focused, the 30 minute TV show about business and investing can now be seen on Flow TV Channel 100.

Financially Focused is geared towards empowering viewers through education on business ideas, personal finance strategies, publicly traded stocks, bonds, mutual funds and exchange traded funds in the Caribbean, North America and the wider global market.

The programme educates viewers through informative segments offering practical information and tips. "Buy, Sell & Hold" summarises the stock market activity for the week while "Strategy Session" offers advice on how to position personal investments. The "Executive Suite" features guests from the business community, investment companies and firms listed on the Jamaica stock exchange.

"Our aim is to ensure that Flow TV viewers will enjoy the most informative and entertaining content. As Jamaicans are taking a greater interest in their financial well being, programmes such as Financially Focused are a relevant and essential part of the programming line-up," said Michael Look Tong, director of media services for Columbus Communications, operators of Flow TV.

Financially Focused can be seen on Flow TV on Wednesdays at 8:30pm with repeats on Fridays and Saturdays at 6:30pm. The programme is a production of CreativeWurx Media and hosted and produced by Dennise Williams.





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