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Selftrade Now Sponsoring The Stock Market Show. Plus new exhibitors and speakers - Register For Free Now

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 Knowledge is power - The Stock Market Show 2015
Book your free tickets now for our big event on Saturday 12 September in partnership with Shares Magazine. Held at the Business Design Centre in Islington, North London, The Stock Market Show is a full day event designed to help you understand investing. We have secured a large number of financial experts to explain in simple terms how you should go about investing in the stock market, the ways in which to research individual stocks and how to use different investment and trading accounts.
Latest news
  • Selftrade now sponsoring the show – one of the UK's largest execution-only stockbrokers are now sponsoring the show on 12 September, and will be providing you with a full masterclass on ETFs.
  • ShareSoc to exhibit at the show – We're pleased to be welcoming ShareSoc (short for Share Society) to the event on 12 September. ShareSoc is a non-profit organisation established to support private investors by promoting their rights and by seeking to influence government and regulatory policy. They'll be on hand with any questions you may have on the day.
  • Meet our new media partner, AutomatedTrader – The world's first global magazine dedicated to automated and algorithmic trading will be joining us at the event in London. Their magazine offers in-depth business and technical coverage through comprehensive news, features, in-depth articles on best practice/techniques and detailed user case studies.
Learn from a variety of topics including:
  • How to spot a pharmaceutical winner - Mark Dunne, Growth Companies Reporter, Shares
  • Understanding algo trading - Brian Schwieger, Head of Equities - London Stock Exchange Group
  • Introduction to Derivatives - Shrey Kohli, Product Manager, Derivatives Market - London Stock Exchange
  • Building your multi-asset portfolio using exchange traded products: Understanding the basics - Liz Wright, Director, UK Intermediary Distribution - ETF Securities
  • A user’s guide to finding winning shares - Ed Page Croft, Chief Executive, Stockopedia
  • Panel Discussion: Investing in the stock market for income
    • Dan Coatsworth, Editor, Shares
    • Ed Page Croft, CEO, Stockopedia
    • Simon Lambert, Editor, This Is Money
To take a closer look at the full agenda, visit our programme here.
Each room is structured by themes and to address the needs and interests of all delegates:
  • Main stage - A fully educational room that provides content on markets, sectors, strategies and techniques
  • Selftrade ETF Centre - An ETF master class starting from an introduction, all the way through to taking a closer look at what lies ahead over the next 18 months
  • Purple Room - Hear presentations by the CEOs of listed companies and renowned journalists from the Shares team
  • Green Room - Learn about a range of investment products and services available to the retail investors, and what they offer
  • LSE Theatre - Hosted by our employees; you’ll get an overview of the various services provided by the company.
Best wishes,
The Stock Market Show Team
Media Partners
This Is Money
Share Radio
Automated Trader

Associate Sponsor

AJ Bell
Produced by

Shares magazine


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