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97% sold out - book your UK Investor Show seat NOW while stocks last- showtime is 14 days away!

By Lucy Wray | Saturday 7 April 2018

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UK Investor is acknowledged as the Country's leading one day event for those wanting to make more money from shares with an un-matched all star speaker lineup. The 2018 event is now exactly two weeks away. It takes place on April 21 at the QE2 Centre in Westminster and is now 97% booked out. So grab a free ticket TODAY while you can...

The Global Group UK Investor Show is now wholly owned by the family of my father, Nigel Wray, the man dubbed Britain's Buffett. Wray leads the speaker line up in conversation with the country's top share blogger Paul Scott and fund manager Dr Paul Jourdan.

Before Wray, the enfant terrible of property Nick Leslau will be discussing residential and commercial property as well as the ongoing retail-aggedon. Then there is the man who floated Pizza Express and who headed up C4, controversial Sunday Times columnist Luke Johnson. Big name panels discuss gold but also bitcoin and blockchain while investigative journalist Tom Winnifrith promises to expose the Neil Woodford myth asking questions the high profile fund manager just can't answer.

Then there is Vin Murria, the woman rightly dubbed the Queen of UK tech and Ed Croft of Stockopedia who will demonstrate how to use data correctly to pick winning shares. The day ends with the UK's top performing fund manager over the past decade Mark Slater on what he is buying and selling and why. The full list of all star speakers can be found at

Not surprisingly, the show is now almost sold out but if you wish to join 3,500 other people who want to make more money from shares at the QE2 Centre on April just go to and use the promotional code UK97 and you will be sent a ticket for the 21st, on Monday.

It is not just the main stage speakers that make the Global Group UK Investor Show unique. There will be smaller breakout room sessions including fraud busting journalist Tom Winnifrith & Paul Scott recording a live podcast, bear raiders Lucian Miers & Matt Earl taking apart 3 big name AIM stocks, and controversial oil man Dave Lenigas leading a panel discussion on UK onshore. And in other breakout rooms more than 60 CEOs of listed companies will be doing 20 minute presentations.

There will also be 130 PLCs, companies that you can invest in, manning stands at the show all day. Here is your chance to chat one to one at CEO level with interesting growth companies including ones that Nigel Wray has backed heavily such as Alliance Pharma, Sosandar and R4E but also including AIM luminaries such as Optibiotix, Kefi Minerals, NEX, Big Sofa, Metal Tiger, Plastics Capital, Asiament Resources, Berkeley Energia, Rock Rose Energy, Ariana...the list goes on and on... a full list can be found at

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

Throw in free drinks from wine and beer company Chapel Down and from spirits group Distil and it will be a very entertaining day for all of the 3,500 attendees.

Not surprisingly, the show is now almost sold out but if you wish to join thousands of other serious investors at the QE2 Centre on April 21 just go to and use the promotional code UK97 and you will be sent a ticket for the 21st, on Monday

See you in Westminster on April 21
Best wishes

Lucy Wray
The UK Investor Show Team

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