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Conkers Corner

4Jul 2016

“Conkers’ Corner” speaking with @stealthsurf

Welcome to the 17th SHARE TALK’S CONKERS’ CORNER. In this interview I have the pleasure of speaking with @stealthsurf, Jason to his friends. Jason is very passionate about trend trading and the importance of position sizing.

Jason’s interest in investing started at a very early age and he recalls sitting with his Grand-Dad as he would check stock prices on CEEFAX when he was about 5 years of age.

30Jun 2016

“Conkers’ Corner” speaking with Leon Boros

Welcome to the 16th SHARE TALK’S CONKERS’ CORNER. In this interview I have the pleasure of speaking with @Boros10 Leon Boros an ISA Millionaire and serial entrepreneur.

Leon started investing when he was only 18 years of age having been inspired by his grandfather who was an amateur stock picker. However, he admitted that he did very little research and was susceptible to “story stocks”.

Leon is an Economics graduate and winner of the prestigious National Lord Kings Norton award for Economics for his ground breaking research on the financing of employee owned companies.

27Jun 2016

“Conkers’ Corner” with Mike Rawson

Welcome to the 15th SHARE TALK CONKERS’ CORNER. In this interview I have the pleasure of speaking with @the7cirlces Mike Rawson.

Mike has been investing for over 30 years, having first got the bug from his Dad. His first investments back in 1984/85, were companies that had evolved from the Conservative government’s de-nationalisation policy of utilities and services.

Mike completed a Science Degree in 1984, but found due to the Recession at the time, that he could not find a job in his chosen field. He opted instead to work in Computing, gaining his fist role with Software House. He would go onto work for UBS on Computing Integration Projects. Whilst at UBS Mike also completed a MBA in Finance.

23Jun 2016

“Conkers’ Corner” speaking with Steve Larratt

Welcome to the 14th SHARE TALK CONKERS’ CORNER. In this interview I have the pleasure of speaking with @slarratt1 Steve Larratt.

Many on Twitter call Steve “Mr 88E” because of the fact that he completed more than a staggering 600 hours of in depth research into 88 Energy after finding what he thought was a once in life-time investing opportunity. Unlike many Steve did not covet ‘his’ research, he instead freely shared it with many investors via Bulletin boards, Twitter and also via SHARE TALK http://www.share-talk.com/share-news/?s=88E .Steve accumulated shares in 88E over several tranches and the lowest price that he paid for a tranche was 0.33p . At one stage Steve’s profit was more than 1200% on his cheapest tranche. At 88E’s recent peak, Steve ‘s name was lauded every where he went because he made several investors that had followed his extensive research “very rich indeed”. 

20Jun 2016

“Conkers’ Corner” speaking with Annabel Brodie-Smith

Welcome to SHARE TALK’S CONKERS’ CORNER. In this interview I have the pleasure of speaking with @annabelbrodies Annabel Brodie-Smith. Annabel is the Communications Director of the Association of Investment Companies (AIC)  http://www.theaic.co.uk/representing Investment Trusts and Venture Capital Trusts. These Trusts are currently valued at nearly £165 Billion, most of which are listed on the London Stock Exchange.

16Jun 2016

“Conkers’ Corner” speaking with Nicolas Marx

Welcome to the 12th SHARE TALK CONKERS’ CORNER. In this interview I have the pleasure of speaking with @marxnd Nicolas Marx.

After completing his Apprenticeship in the Hospitality Industry, Nicolas went onto study at Hotel School in Germany. It was during this time that he became curious as to where those in Hotel investing and Operations got their funding. His curiosity led him into the Investment Industry firstly with Merrill Lynch in Commodities trading & Retail Brokerage. Then with Credit Suisse (First Boston) in their Mergers and Acquisitions Team and Private Equity specialising in the Real Estate and Hospitality Sector.

13Jun 2016

“Conkers’ Corner” speaking with Mark Bentley

Welcome to the 11th SHARE TALK CONKERS’ CORNER. In this interview I have the pleasure of speaking with @marben100 Mark Bentley.

Mark’s career started in the IT industry with Logica in 1980, where one of the notable projects he worked on was the Giotto Halley’s Comet intercept mission for the European Space Agency. In 1984, Mark took his first tentative step into investing. He admits that his initial investment approach, was one of an undisciplined approach where he did not give his strategy a great deal of thought. Although as he points out, his Tech background influenced him not to invest in any Tech companies during the tech boom and safeguarded him from the Dot-com bust!

9Jun 2016

“Conkers’ Corner” speaking with David Jones

Welcome to the 10th SHARE TALK CONKERS’ CORNER. In this interview I have the pleasure of speaking with @JonesTheMarkets David Jones.

David has been a Technical Analyst for almost 20 years and has seen Technical Analysis move from – in the early days at least – something of a dark art, to a very mainstream way of trying to forecast markets. When it comes to short-term trading of FOREX, INDICES and COMMODITIES it is probably the most widely used approach, particularly among individual retail traders.

6Jun 2016

Conkers Corner speaking with Malcolm Palle 06/06/2016

Welcome to the 9th SHARE TALK CONKERS’ CORNER. In this interview I have the pleasure of speaking with @malcolmpalle Malcolm Palle

Malcolm’s career started in the Travel and Leisure sector as a Tour Guide in Eastern Europe and he is now a serial entrepreneur and shrewd private investor.

He admittedly had “no strategy” in the 1980’s and learnt a lot of expensive lessons, especially during the 1987 crash. One of Malcolm’s favourite maxims is “Markets are only really there for two things, to make you money or to teach you a lesson”.

2Jun 2016

Conkers Corner speaking with Roz Sherali 02/06/2016

Welcome to the 8th SHARE TALK CONKERS’ CORNER. I have the pleasure of speaking with Roz Sherali @aim_trading or Roz as everyone knows her on Twitter.

Roz’s first interest in stocks and shares evolved from the Conservative government’s de-nationalisation policy of utilities and services. She participated in some the privatisations in the early 1990s, including that of Scottish Power.

Roz is an ex-Investment Banker and has worked for both Deutsche Bank & JP Morgan.

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