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July 2015 UK Investor Magazine

By ShareProphets | Saturday 4 July 2015

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  1. Please let me know how I get my FREE COPY.

    It looks jolly interesting but so difficult to view on a screen. Easier to read a paper copy, even if I have to print it on my own printer.

  2. rose nicholas


  3. Be handy if you could download as a pdf

  4. unreadable for me in this format

  5. Hi

    I found that using the magnifying function on screen made it incredibly easy to read and as Darren wil tell you I am an A1 technophobe. Just use the magnifying button and all will be clear


  6. what’s happened to the end of the Lenigas interview?

  7. PLEASE publish in PDF. This format is just awful to read.

  8. Nigel Thomas

    Why still no simple link to a PDF? AARRGGHH!!

  9. Steve Holdsworth

    I also add my voice to those who would like to be able to download it as a pdf file. I can (just about) read it on my PC screen at work but I wish I could print it off to read on the train home.

    TW note - see my last answer. Either we do it this way in which case it might be commercial or we go your way, fail to secure any advertising & shut it down. So no go.

  10. Steve

    As I have noted elsewhere. If we do as a PDF various twats will download then make it availlable over numerous BBs. We wont be able to track readers so cant sell adverts. So sans revenue I shut the rag down. I am not a charity.

    Do it my way we track readers, sell ads and carry on. Sorry if you do not like it but am not gong to pursue a business model that is 100% certain to fail. Life is too short.


  11. Steve Holdsworth

    Thanks Tom,

    That’s a fair explanation that I hadn’t seen elsewhere.



  12. Compromise might be to have links to previous issues in pdf format?

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