UK Investor Show - 30 April 2016
Stars from the world of investment will be converging on Westminster on 30 April 2016 to speak at the UK Investor Show. Nigel Wray, Zak Mir and Evil Knievil are already signed up to give talks with many more to follow.
Over 100 brokers, growth companies and PLCs will be exhibiting and available to talk to throughout the day, including many bulletin board and investor favourites. Many CEOs, chairmen and other board members will be present.
Tickets (including the limited Golden Tickets) are half price until the end of May, so click the link below or on the image to save yourself money and get yours now.
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Gold, Bears & Traders Show - 28 Nov 2015
If you are a gold or commodities investor then the Gold, Bears & Traders Show is for you.
Taking place on 28 November at Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in Westminster, London, the show will feature talks and discussions with experts from the mining and resources sectors and well known investors and traders including Evil Knievil, Amanda van Dyke and Colin Bird.
Gold miners, bullion companies, bitcoin giants and spread betting companies will be presenting.
Tickets (including the limited Golden Tickets) are half price until 30 June, so get yours now by clicking the link below or on the image.
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5 Essential Tools for Investing in LSE & AIM shares
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Share Forums - Stock Chat & Discussion
Discuss your favourite stocks with other investors, chat about where the share price is going and share your research. ADVFN is home to the largest community of private investors in the UK.
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Monitor - Customisable Share Watchlist
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Level 2 - Order Book data for your shares
Level 2 data is the most important information there is, when it comes to share trading. Without, you are effectively trading blind.
Also known as the Order Book or Market Depth, Level 2 shows you what other people in the market are looking to buy and sell, along with how many shares they want at that price.
Level 2 is the information behind the Bid & Offer, the Order Book creates the prices you buy and sell at.
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Share Charts - Free streaming stock graphs
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Toplists - The best and worst shares of the day
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Love them or hate them the ETF is here to stay. Exchange Traded Funds are becoming more popular with private investors, offering an easy and cost efficient way to widen and diversify a portfolio. For more experienced investors ETFs can offer more complex and leveraged opportunities.
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A Penny stock is a share that trades for pennies rather than pounds or dollars. The term is most commonly used in the USA, but is also applied to smaller companies on the LSE, particularly those listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM). Click the image to find out more.
The AIM is the UK small cap market. Stocks on the AIM are traded through Market Makers or auction. These shares are far less active than on the main market. AIM is the nearest thing the UK has to the US OTC market (handling penny shares), but on the AIM market transactions are reported on-exchange and between exchange participants. Where as the OTC is decentralised.
Red hot penny shares
Red hot penny stocks are great in theory - just don't get burnt! "Undervalued stock ready to sky rocket" - this is the sort of statement that can be found all over the internet. A "red hot stock" implies that you have to act quickly before it cools down. The question is, are you striking while the iron is hot, or rushing in without due care and attention?
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