This weekend the annual Master Investor Show kicks off, the UK’s largest event for private investors.
The event connects 5,000+ private investors to companies they can invest into, now in its 17th year.
Every spring, thousands of private investors descend into London for the flagship investor event of the year.
The show is run by Master Investor Ltd. a UK based investment media and events company, backed by visionary entrepreneur, Jim Mellon, amongst the top 10% in the Sunday Times Rich List.
The event serves to provide private investors with the chance to learn from expert speakers, CEOs of listed companies, and hear the UK’s leading entrepreneurs, investors and fund managers speak about future trends.
Speakers include key people from Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust, Fidelity International, BlackRock, and many more.
In today’s world of ever greater uncertainty, a growing number of people are taking their financial future into their own hands, the show seems to be aimed at helping people make that journey.
On today's podcast: Live Company Group discuss the licensing and merchandising agreement they've signed. Cadence Minerals talk about the heads of terms agreement to acquire an iron ore mine. Emmerson explain their permitting roadmap for their Khemisset Potash Project.
SP Angel research note on commodities and miners, featuring: Acacia Mining (ACA LN) – Barrick makes progress in discussions with Tanzanian Government Bushveld Minerals* (BMN LN) BUY – Target price 90p – Vametco ore reserve grade rises to 2.02% as reserve more than doubles to 279,100t of V2O5 in magnetite Greatland Gold (GGP LN) – Newcrest Mining starts drilling at Havieron IronRidge Resources* (IRR LN) – Metallurgical results yield premium lithium URU Metals* (URU LN) – Zebediela project update
Five financial stories, trending today in a 60 second podcast, including: Theresa May will give a statement to MPs on her changes to the Withdrawal Agreement Bill later - including her promise to give MPs a vote on holding another referendum. But Labour MPs said too little had changed for them to come on board.