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Lucy Wray: UK Investor ticket update just 400 of 3000 left for April 1 - grab your free one NOW

By Lucy Wray | Tuesday 14 March 2017


 


Time really is running out if you want to attend what is the country's biggest and most exciting one day event for those who are serious about making money from shares. UK Investor Show will be having a 15th birthday party on April 1 (no kidding) in Westminster, London. But as of today fewer than 400 of the 3,000 tickets are unallocated. So if you want to attend book one NOW!

We have 20 of the last tickets to hand out to readers of ShareProphets. Just go to www.UKInvestorShow.com/tickets booking an investor class seat and use the promotional code SP93 to make sure you are sent one of the few remaining tickets. As a reminder, here are the more than 150 reasons why you should be there!:

121 stands. These are not filled with rubbish companies from Nasdaq or which cannot even gain a listing on AIM. These are nearly all high quality AIM or main market PLCs with stands manned at CEO level who want to talk to you. Think Sirius Minerals, Optibiotix, Alliance Pharma, Kefi Minerals, Premaitha, ICAP, Big Sofa, Metal Tiger, Rare Earth Minerals and the list goes on an on. Most of the PLCs will also be doing a 20 minute presentation on the day.

17 big name speakers on the main stage: Nigel Wray, the man known as Britain's Buffett, with Paul Scott and the UK's oldest find manager Paul Mumford, gold gurus Dom Frisby, Ross Norman of Sharps Pixley and Peter Hambro, Tom Winnifrith, Steve Moore & Gary Newman, tech queen Vin Murria, by video Mark Slater, Evil, Lucian Miers, Gabiel Grego the Globo Destroyer and more

2 golden share tips. Nigel Wray and Tom Winnifrith will give £5,000 and £3,000 respectively to Woodlarks and that cash will be invested in two shares, the ones Britain's Buffett and Tom reckon are the best bets in London. You have to be at the show to find out what these shares are.

5 Dragon's Den Sessions - Nigel Wray, Gary Newman, Steve Moore and Tom Winnifrith are the Dragons and in each session we will each invest £1,000 of real money in one of the five companies doing a 1 minute pitch.

2 breakout sessions chaired by AIM's most controversial chairman Big Dave Lenigas - one on UK onshore oil and one on making money in Africa.

1 gift worth £18 for each delegate attending

3 chances to win £150 in a free quiz organised by FairFX

1 whole day of free giveaways at the stand of Chapel Down, the maker of the UK's best wines and finest lager, Curious Brew.

That is 154 in total. we could have gone on. There is a free draw with a chance to win a 2 week stay at the Greek Hovel owned by Tom Winnifrith's wife and many other prizes, some of which you can drink!. It is a day when you will get great share tips and short calls, learn from real master investors, meet CEOs in a way you can do nowhere else and above all have fun.

We have 20 of the last tickets to hand out to readers of ShareProphets. Just go to www.UKInvestorShow.com/tickets booking an investor class seat and use the promotional code SP93 to make sure you are sent one of the few remaining tickets.

We look forward to seeing you on April 1


Joe & Lucy Wray


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