How to pick shares and build a portfolio – free seminar

Investment experts Justin Urquhart Stuart, Paul Kavanagh and Andy Brough are giving their tips for readers on 20 November

If you’re the kind of person who shuts their eyes and places a needle somewhere in the back of the Financial Times to choose a stock market investment, you may need help.

It’s just as well, then, that we’ve assembled three titans of the investment world to give you tips on how to choose stocks and construct an investment portfolio.

Justin Urquhart Stuart, Andy Brough and Paul Kavanagh are holding a seminar at the Observer offices in King’s Place, King’s Cross, on 20 November at 6.30pm. Entrance is free – but in return for their decades of collective knowledge, the speakers are asking for contributions to Great Ormond Street hospital.

Andy Brough is co-manager of the Schroder UK Mid Cap Fund, while Paul Kavanagh is a partner with stockbrokers Killik & Co. Justin Urquhart Stewart, a frequent stock market commentator on Radio 4’s Today programme, is the co-founder of Seven Investment Management.

All three have been taking part in our 2012 stock-picking feature, where they have been pitted against a team of students from the John Warner School in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire – and Orlando, a two-year-old ginger cat. The investment professionals, you’ll be pleased to hear, are currently outperforming both their rivals.

There will be a Q&A at the seminar, where you can ask the professionals any burning investment questions, while alcohol and crisps will be provided. Sadly, Orlando the cat will not be attending.

If you want to attend, send an email reserving a place to: money@guardian.co.uk, marking your email “Investment seminar”.

Mark King

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