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22Nov 2016

Share Views – Ep.17 – Get ahead; Access to AIM-listed companies at a discount

 

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Zac Mir speaks with Tom Britton, Co-founder and CTO and Tom Hinton, Head of capital markets SyndicateRoom

Investor-led UK investment platform and member of the London Stock Exchange,  SyndicateRoom is authorised and regulated by the FCA. Investing in equities involves high risk.

From idea to IPO – the only platform that lets you invest with the professionals from start to finish.
As a SyndicateRoom member you have access to everything from private seed rounds to Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), with SEIS, EIS, growth and pre-IPO rounds available on the private side of things, and share placings on the public – all through a single open and transparent platform.

15Nov 2016

What are you doing on Saturday, 26th November 2016

Well… the answer should be that you’re coming to Share Talk’s
Investor’s Evening 

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Sponsor  Beaufort Securities

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Share Talk will have Kolar Gold (KGLD), Metal Tiger (MTR), Regency Mines (RGM), and Mkango Resources (MKA) presenting on the night.

99579470-8196-11e6-bad2-8d4712fb8b1c_img_headshot Event Compere/MC  Zak Mir 

Before we you listen to the podcast, here is a little look behind the curtain and how is all started back in the day!

Share Talk went live on the eve of the Golden Bears Investor Show on the 25th November 2015. We never gave it any thought, how to collect content or how we would pay to host the site, hotel or even travelling costs. To be honest it was going to be a hobby website to share content with people to read and do research.

 

12Nov 2016

Investing in Real Estate Investment Trusts – part three by Diana E Patterson

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Prospects

Resilience is a significant factor for the sector has a whole.  Although there is a large amount of security of income from the contracted income from the leases of standing investment properties held by the REITs, at any one time most of them are exposed to some developments of substantial refurbishments.  If these do not find ready tenants, at viable rents, before or on completion, the empty properties can be a significant drain on capital and performance.

In addition, in down-turns or recessions, companies fail, causing a loss of rental income and generating vacant space at the worst time.  Even outside these periods, business cost-cutting can mean tenants vacate properties as leases expire, which may then need refurbishment before re-lettings can be achieved. 

8Nov 2016

What is waiting for you on the AIM Market today

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A hatchling marine iguana stands perilously close to a hunting Galapagos racer snake

If you haven’t already seen this amazing clip from the series of Planet Earth you should. It will give you an idea of what is waiting for you when invest in the Alternative Investment Market.

You are entering a market that is geared up statically for you to lose 90% of your investment in the first year. It’s a ruthless place, make no mistake about it. Money changes people and this is a race that only the fittest will survive.

6Nov 2016

Share Views – Ep.15 – Alan Steel discusses secrets of Investing and how to become HNW!

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Episode 15 of  Share Views, Zak Mir introduces Alan Steel who discusses the secrets of Investing and how to become HNW!

Alan Steel IFA business started from a one man band in 1975, to today’s 42 staff and over One Billion Pounds of client funds under management and you’re in for surprises.

As he says “in the middle of nowhere”, or more precisely Linlithgow is not the obvious choice to base what’s become an multi award winning wealth management business

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30Oct 2016

Investing in Real Estate Investment Trusts – part one by Diana E Patterson

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In September, an event of some significance happened for the quoted REIT sector: MSCI, the global index provider, expanded its headline Global Industry Classification Standard index from 11 equity sectors to 12. This will affect the S&P Dow Jones indices, but not the FTSE Russell indices. The UK FTSE-A index will still have 11 sectors, with REITs and property companies being two respective sub-sectors under Financials. This change, however, reflects the growing importance of REITs and property companies in the equities market and may well have the effect of increasing trading activity and encouraging flotations.

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