Anthony Scaramucci is the former banker who had a brief but memorable stint as President Donald Trump’s director of communications. In episode three of The ii Family Money Show, he tells Gabby Logan about why he has been to more Christmas parties hosted by the Obamas than the Trumps, how his attitude to risk changed as he got older and why he takes Mel Brooks’ advice over everybody else’s.
Plus, Lee Wild, interactive investor’s head of equity strategy, joins Gabby to explain how ii can help you understand your own attitude to risk and use it to navigate the investment landscape.
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