This promotion – while not financial advice – should be read carefully. It contains the important information, facts and figures you need to make an informed decision – including the risks to your capital involved – about our research. If you are unsure whether this type of investing is right for you, seek independent personal financial advice. Past performance and forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results.

The ‘Fight or Flight’ Chart Signal:

Discover how it could help you turn
£300 into £11,718 in FOUR TRADES
without spread betting, fixed odds or CFDs


“Your services have helped improve my overall Savings and retirement funding and I hope that applies to many others…” – AB

“In 8 months I have made nearly £138,000 profit. To say I am delighted with your service would be a gross underestimate.” - MM

“I think your trigger point trader service is outstanding… You must clearly devote an enormous amount of time to your craft.” - KD

Important Risk Warning

Before investing you should consider carefully the risks involved, including those described below. If you have any doubt as to suitability or the taxation implications, seek independent financial advice.

General - Your capital is at risk when you invest in shares - you can lose some or all of your money, so never risk more than you can afford to lose. There is no guarantee that dividends will be paid. Past performance and forecasts are not reliable indicators of future results. Bid/offer spreads, commissions, fees and other charges can reduce returns from investments.

Overseas shares - Some shares may be denominated in a currency other than sterling. The return from these may increase or decrease as a result of currency fluctuations. Overseas shares can be hard to trade. Any dividends will be taxed at source in the country of issue.

Small cap shares - Shares recommended may be small company shares. These can be relatively illiquid meaning they are hard to trade and can have a large bid/offer spread. If you need to sell soon after you bought, you might get back less that you paid. This makes them riskier than other investments. Small companies may not pay a dividend.

Taxation - Profits from share dealing are a form of income and subject to taxation. Tax treatment depends on individual circumstances and may be subject to change.

Five year performance for performance featured in this promotion:

WisdomTree Japan Hedged Equity ETF: 2013 +39.57% | 2014 +6.14% | 2015 +6.26% | 2016 -1.08% | 2017 -6.12%
JPMorgan Indian Investment Trust plc: 2013 -10.56% | 2014 +49.89% | 2015 +1.18% | 2016 +17.43% | 2017 +28.16% | 2018 to Nov end -9.61%
88 Energy (ASK: 88E): 2013 -21.67% | 2014 -95.74% | 2015 -20.00 | 2016 +462.50% | 2017 -42.22% | 2018 to Nov end -34.18%
Microsoft Corp 2013 +43.69 % | 2014 +27.24 % | 2015 +22.22% | 2016 +14.65% | 2017 +40.22% | 2018 to Nov end + 31.11%

Investment Director: Eoin Treacy. Editors or contributors may have an interest in shares recommended. Information and opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of other editors/contributors of Southbank Investment Research Limited. Full details of our complaints procedure and terms and conditions can be found on our website,

Trigger Point Trader is issued by Southbank Investment Research Ltd.

Southbank Investment Research Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. FCA No 706697.

Registered in England and Wales No 9539630. VAT No GB629 7287 94. Registered Office: 2nd Floor, Crowne House, 56-58 Southwark Street, London, SE1 1UN.

© 2019 Southbank Investment Research Ltd.

Source list:

1. Warren Buffet quote: “Fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful,” listed on Investopedia website, produced on 21.01.16.

2. John Templeton quote: ‘buy at the point of maximum pessimism’, Telegraph online article, “How to invest like John Templeton, produced on 18.02.14.

3. Baron Rothschild: ‘buy when there’s blood in the streets...’ quote, mentioned in Investopedia article, “Buy when There’s Blood in the Streets” by Daniel Myers.

4. Keynes quote: ‘the market can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent’, “Keynes the speculator” website

5. Shinzo Abe returns to power as Prime Minister on 26 December 2012: BBC online article called “Japan’s Shinzo Abe unveils cabinet after voted in as PM”, produced on 26.12.12.

6. Modi won the May 12 2014 election, Guardian online article “Indian election result: 2014 is Modi’s year as BJPsecures victory, produced on 16.05.14.

7. 23 August 2013, Steve Ballmer announces his resignation as CEO, Forbes online article “Links 23 Aug, Steve Ballmer Announces resignation, Microsoft Stock soars and no it won’t be Bill Gates”, produced on 23.08.13.