A few important announcements for Bristlemouth readers:
2013 Roadshow Tickets Now On Sale
Tickets for this year’s seminars in Melbourne and Sydney are now on sale. Steve Johnson will be representing II Funds along with overseas analysts Kevin Rose and Gareth Brown. We’ll be joined by the following key note speakers:
– Chris Mackay and Domenico Giuliano, Magellan Financial (Sydney only)
Both promise to be wonderful evenings and we always get a kick out of spending time with those who have entrusted us with their money, so get your tickets before they sell out.
Value Fund Moves to Weekly Pricing
The Intelligent Investor Value Fund is now priced weekly. That means we now process applications and redemptions on the last day of each week, the same as the International Fund (although we still need 10 days’ notice on redemptions). You’ll find up-to-date unit prices on the website each week and will have less uncertainty when making new or additional investments
This Thursday (10 October) I’ll also be sitting on a panel with Peter Morgan, Geoff Wilson and Matthew Kidman discussing market opportunities for 2014. The event is for the launch of Livewire, a new financial markets service for professional and sophisticated investors, and starts at 12pm AEST. You can watch a live webcast of what promises to be a fun hour by registering at www.livewiremarkets.com.
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