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The JIC Portfolio Started on 1st January 2012
This site describes the management of the JIC Portfolio; there is complete transparency with the current portfolio and all transactions shown. ¬†I explain all trades through my blog and although¬†I do not pretend to have all the answers, I hope the site provides food for thought to more experienced investors¬†as well as helping those who are new to managing their own portfolios.
I believe JohnsInvestmentChronicle is unique: There are plenty of “tipsters” who will remind you of the good ones and quietly forget the disasters; I do not have that luxury as the Portfolio is there for all to see, backed with real money; mine! I have to confront my mistakes and deal with them; there is no hiding place!
Above all, this is a true expose of the trials and tribulations of an experienced private investor! ¬†
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New portfolio launched on 29th August; The “JIC Top 10″ invests only in 10 stocks which are all held in the main JIC Portfolio. ¬†The Portfolio and all transactions are shown and members can elect to receive email alerts of trades
Mello2014: The UK’s Premier Event for Investors & Companies; www.mello2014.com ¬†(50% discount for readers of this website)
From midday Thursday 6th until Saturday evening 8th November the first Mello investment event is occurring at the Derby Conference Centre. The event is the brain child of David Stredder and looks to be a fantastic occasion for private investors, with over 60 companies presenting and some excellent keynote speakers such as, Lord John Lee who was one of the first UK investors to build an ISA portfolio into more than one million pounds and had a regular investment column in the FT and Richard Rose, Chairman Crawshaw Group, Booker Group, AO World and Anpario. More details can be found at www.mello2014.com .
50% discount for JohnsInvestmentChronicle readers; discount code; JIC-DISCOUNT
I have managed to acquire a 50% discount for readers of this website. When on the ‚Äúbilletto‚ÄĚ ticketing page, click on ‘Get tickets’ at the bottom of the list of tickets. This will take you to the tickets page, where you will see a little box in the right hand corner, with text next to it saying ‘If you have a code, enter it here:’. Enter the code JIC-DISCOUNT and then press the blue button saying ‘OK’ and your secret tickets will be unlocked. They will appear in green below the normal tickets, so you’ll know which ones are for you. I have just booked for the Thursday and Friday. Hope to see you there!
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