SIGnet’s Ray Williams has been quoted in an article by Investor’s Chronicle about investment clubs.
SIGnet is a network of clubs where investors can discuss ideas, but without the shared accounts share clubs are known for. SIGnet’s Ray Williams says it has 31 groups which vary in size between six and 20 members. The network has been growing in recent years, and Williams describes it as “a group who get together to talk in a civilised manner and swap ideas”, with an emphasis on people talking as equals. One important part of this is a rule that individuals resist talking about the amount of money they have invested. Further details can be found at https://www.sharesoc.org/signet/.