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March edition of the UK Investor Show magazine - Beware the coming crash + 5 share tips

By Pizza Hardman Darren Atwater | Monday 11 April 2016


The March edition of UK Investor Show magazine is now live featuring Tom's interview with Peter Hambro, chairman of Petropavlovsk, five tips, company profile on SafeStyle, how to make money from EIS shares, 5 share tips and more. You can download your free copy below.


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  1. peter kerslake

    Trawling Aim shares to tip when there is no support and no interest, just widen you net.

  2. J P Spaghetti

    Speaking of crashes and having just watched national news reportage on Navinder Sarao – due to be extradited to the US on charges of bringing about the 2010 so-called Flash Crash – can anyone shed light on why ‘spoofing’, the placing of orders with the intention of cancelling them at the time of so doing, is actually illegal? I mean, supposing the trader changes his or her mind because of rapidly changing market conditions and decides not to cancel after all. Would this not be legitimate, despite the original intent? I realise this happens in the context of high frequency trading but what defines the qualifying period? And doesn’t this happen all the time as evidenced by the seemingly transient showing of orders on level 2 trading platforms? I’m not getting at the ethics of this as that’s a subjective minefield but it does all seem rather hypocritical. Perhaps I’ve not fully understood.

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