Registered:
10/03/11
Seen:
9th Apr
Followers:
14

Comments
205
Articles
2
Documents
1

Occupation: Newsletter Writer, Trade Association

Interests: Stocks

Location: London

About Me:

ShareSoc is dedicated to the support of individual investors. Our aim is to make and keep you better informed so as to improve your investment skills, and protect the value of your investment. We won’t shirk from tackling companies, the Government or other institutions if we think you are not being treated fairly.



Newsletter

The ShareSoc Informer is the monthly newsletter of the UK Individual Shareholder Society.  There is a real need to encourage direct investment in the UK stock market, but individual investors will be discouraged if their rights and needs are ignored.  One reason why ShareSoc was formed was to ensure that there is more active representation of your interests to government, companies and other institutions.  Sign up for the newsletter at the ShareSoc website.  http://www.sharesoc.org

Web Address: http://www.sharesoc.org

Address: ShareSoc, PO Box 62,
Chislehurst
UNITED KINGDOM
BR7 5YB

Find out More »


ShareSoc's Latest Blogs

A joint ShareSoc-Hardman Company Seminar is taking place in Leeds on the 20th May at Malmaison Hotel. Getech (LON:GTC) , Ideagen (LON:IDEA) and Avacta (LON:AVCT) will all be presenting. More details at: http://www.sharesoc.org/events.html

There is a ShareSoc Company Seminar at Finncap in the City of London on 8th May, with Synety (LON:SNTY) , Cambridge Cognition Holdings (LON:COG) , Netcall (LON:NET) and Amara Mining (LON:AMA) all presenting. More details at: http://www.sharesoc.org/events.html

ShareSoc is pleased to announce the second in a series of technology company focussed seminars exclusive to ShareSoc members. The event will take place on the 2nd of October in the City of London with registration commencing at 5:30 pm. Three companies will be presenting and answering your questions: - Armour (LON:AMR) : the UK’s leading consumer electronics group within the home and in-car communication…

ShareSoc, the UK Individual Shareholders Society, publishes a blog on its website, here: http://www.sharesoc.org/blog.html  For the convenience of readers, we are now copying blog entries here. Any comments most welcome! If you like what you read and want to support us, please join, which you can do free here: http://www.sharesoc.org/membership.html Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ShareSocUK   

ShareSoc urges shareholders to vote against Lighthouse Group delisting   ShareSoc has criticised the planned delisting of Lighthouse Group shares and urges all shareholders to vote against the resolution at the forthcoming EGM. Delisting is severely detrimental to smaller shareholders and the Company has offered no exit. As is common with AIM delistings, there was a sharp fall of 50% in the share price following the…



ShareSoc's Latest Comments

Posted by ShareSoc at 12:15, September 9 2013. FT article on dematerialisation The Financial Times published a long article by Jonathan Eley entitled “What price shareholder democracy?” on Saturday. It was in the FTMoney supplement and covered the issue of nominee accounts, dematerialisation and prospective EU legislation. Mr Eley covered most of the issues well but here’s a note I have sent him to explain…

Posted by ShareSoc at 20:16, September 2 2013. Vodafone deal details now available, and most are pleased Vodafone (LON:VOD) have now published the details of the deal to sell their stake in Verizon. I won’t repeat the details here but most investors seem pleased with it. That includes ShareSoc director Stan Grierson who got a few seconds on BBC News explaining how we will now…

Posted by ShareSoc at 09:23, August 31 2013. Vodafone and Verizon – how will they use the cash? ShareSoc has issued a press release on the likely deal for Vodafone (LON:VOD) to sell its stake in Verizon Wireless (see www.sharesoc.org/pr50vodafone.html). This might realise over US$100bn in cash so the key question is what the company will do with it. Will it waste it on other…

Posted by ShareSoc at 07:32, August 29 2013. Dunedin Enterprise – Chairman stepping down Dunedin Enterprise Investment Trust Closed Fund (LON:DNE) announced its half-year results this morning. They were unremarkable. But the good news in the announcement was the mention that David Gamble is retiring from the board, and hence as Chairman, at the next AGM. ShareSoc attacked this company for the introduction of a…

Posted by ShareSoc at 10:22, August 28 2013. EuroFinuse attacks lack of retail investor representation Guillaume Prache of EuroFinuse (of which ShareSoc is a member) has been attacking the lack of adequate retail investor representation on European bodies that devise financial market regulations. Specifically he has attacked the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) and its Securities and Markets Stakeholder Group where only a few…

ShareSoc's Top Awards 3



ShareSoc Followers

ShareSoc has 14 followers including:


and 6 more.