By Malcolm Stacey | Monday 11 March 2019
Hello, Share Mates. As a schoolboy, I attended probably one of Britain’s first ever trade events. It featured that great material, Formica, as well as other home products, and it was then I became fascinated by the concept of a trade show. Perhaps, it was all the free samples. In my case, lots of little tablets of bright shininess, which we swapped and gambled in the playground. Grand commercial events have come a long way since the late ‘fifties. Especially the Global Group UK Investor Show at Westminster on Saturday March 30th...
I can promise you it's even more fascinating that the Great Doncaster Formica Show. And it should save you money and make you even more. You really can't afford to miss it. On offer is a massive stage, for which the well-connected organisers get top financial experts in their field. Those fields are buying the right shares, selling the turkeys, identifying the frauds and keeping up with all the twists and turns in our fabulous game. Many in the audience will have been to the show year after year. That makes sense because of all worlds, the share world is the most changing. The stories are never the same for long and we need to keep up with them.
The easiest way is to make an annual pilgrimage to this show. Most of the speakers put their own money into their choices. A heck of a lot of cash. So you get that extra tier of encouragement. The Financial VIPS are not afraid to admit their mistakes, too. Though you’ll find no speakers at the show who’ve really suffered. The guests know how to get back on their feet quickly by learning from mistakes. And they’ll tell you about them, so you can avoid losing money.
Apart from the main stage, there are loads of side shows, all as exciting as the main events. And there are zillions of trade stands where you can talk to the big cheeses of exciting companies, new and old. And if you already own their shares, and they’ve not sparkled, you can collar the executives responsible and give them an ear-bashing.
The UK Investor Show is glorious fun, a great day out. Everyone keeps their sense of humour. After all, we are all in this glorious boat together. And if your family is like mine and only wants to spend the money we make, then it's a great chance to share with friendly folks who really enjoy the cut-and-thrust of our great game.
They say that the average share money of attenders of the Show is half a million squids. How do you think some of them achieved that? I will only say that the show has been going for very many years. Ok, I won’t claim that attending will make you wealthy, but we can sure give you a good time and a wealth of new ideas. Think of it! You’ll rub shoulders with some of the greatest British investors of the moment. Without having to spend the hundreds of pounds some people pay in small lecture halls for one-man share advice.
So if you’ve never been to the Global Group UK Investor Show before, why not give it a try this year? I bet you’ll come back in 2020. Just go HERE to book a free investor class ticket using the promotional code UK34 and I will see you in 19 days time. I am the compere BTW.
Now does anyone want to buy some vintage Formica samples?
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