WORKSHOPS AT THE LONDON INVESTOR SHOW
You can choose to attend one or more independent Investment Workshops taking place duringthe day at the London Investor Show on 25th October. Delegates usually choose an average of twoworkshops to attend during the day, picking the topics most relevant to them. If you would like to speak to someone about which workshop(s) would be most suitable for you, please don´t hesitate tocall us on 0131 228 0825 where we will be happy to assist. Investment Workshops last for one hour, and provide a comprehensive look at the subject matter, with real-life illustrations and examples.
Workshops are designed with you in mind – offering solid, practical training that you can apply to your own investing and trading. The Investment Workshops cost £25 each (inc VAT) and you can book your seat HERE.
10.30 am – 11.30 am
Building a Successful Share Portfolio - Investing for Recovery
Your Tutor: Rodney Hobson
An upbeat session and despite continuing difficulties such as the US shutdown and the Eurozone debt and recession scenario, Rodney believes we are looking at growth in the UK, the US, and many other countries. There are still great share buying opportunities that may not be around for much longer.
12.30 am – 1.30 pm
How to Select Shares using Modern Fundamental Analysis
Your Tutor: Edward Page Croft, Stockopedia
Join Edward Page Croft as he reveals how to filter the market using some of the most successful criteria ever devised to select shares. Edward will explain the benefits and shortcomings of some classic investment ratios (like the P/E, P/B and the PEG factor) while introducing modern algorithmic ratios (like the F-Score, Z-Score and M-Score) that can further improve investment returns while radically speeding up investment analysis time. Edward will also illustrate how and why private investors are best placed to beat the market and how you can systematically profit from the professional investment community's shortcomings.
3.00 pm – 4.00 pm
In this Exclusive Workshop for The London Investor Show, one of the UK’s most respected trader,Sandy Jadeja from the Spread Betting Industry will share lessons and techniques to help syouincrease your profit potential.With the help of numerous case studies and charts, Sandy who makes even the most complexsubject matter easy to understand with crystal-clear explanations and step-by-step guidance revealshow to use a variety of tools and technical indicators to pinpoint turning points in the financialmarkets with precision. Watch how profit pulling strategies can work to your advantage with hisproven methods and strategies.Sandy Jadeja of www.mastertradingstrateies.com will share with you fascinating and enlighteningresearch from his career and show you how to develop and maintain the key skills of a successfultrader. In this “Must Attend” event you will be able to pick up extremely valuable techniques on howyou can win and become a consistently profitable trader in today’s challenging markets.
Profitable Trading Stategies: How to Spot Market Turning Points
Your Tutor: Sandy Jadeja
4.30 pm – 5.30 pm
Investing in Retail Bonds
Your Panel: London Stock Exchange
Mark Glowrey (Canaccord), David Budworth (The Times), Patrick Gordon (Killik & Co.), Darren Ruane (Investec Wealth and Investment), Russ Mould (Shares), Peter Smart (Brewin Dolphin), Kevin Duran (Brown Shipley)
This one hour session covers some key points for investors seeking to invest in retail bonds. Looking at recent trends in the fixed income markets, the benefits of diversification for investors and the choice between individual credits versus bond funds. Find out how retail bonds differ from other financial products, and the many potential advantages of investing in bonds that are tradeable on ORB. The workshop will also cover some of the main features of the market, including the key differences between the primary and secondary markets, the risks investors should consider when “cherry-picking” retail bonds as well as how to understand bond pricing, accrued interest and yields. A valuable session for fixed income investors.