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Share Price: 206.30Bid: 206.40Ask: 206.45Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bt Group
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 209.05High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 206.30


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rxdav
Posts: 2,325
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:196.26
RE: Something for the weekend, Sir?
24 May '19
Try this Faultsman:

A delightful young lady is being chauffeur driven to an event.
Sadly, they have a puncture and the driver gets out to change the wheel
However, the tool to remove the hub cap is missing
He struggles and struggles taking an age - but still can't remove it
The young lady sees the problem, opens the electric window and asks 'would you like a screwdriver'
To which he replies - 'well I might as well, I certainly can't shift this bloody hub cap!'

The oldies are always the best - but I would say that wouldn't I !?!?
 
BluePete
Posts: 604
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:196.26
RE: Something for the weekend, Sir?
24 May '19
Ego. My ass is perfect.
Faultsman
Posts: 301
Opinion:Hold
Price:196.26
RE: Something for the weekend, Sir?
24 May '19
Theresa May is touring Perthshire in the Prime Minister's chauffeur driven car. Suddenly a cow jumps out into the road. They hit it full on and the car comes to a stop.

Theresa in her usual raspy manner, says to the chauffeur: "You get out and check - you were driving." The chauffeur gets out, checks and reports that the animal is dead. "You were driving, go and tell the farmer," says Theresa firmly, I can't afford to be blamed for anything.

The chauffeur walks up the drive to the farmhouse and returns five hours later totally plastered, his hair ruffled and with a big grin on his face.

"My God, what happened to you?" asks Theresa. The chauffeur replies: "When I got there, the farmer opened his best bottle of malt whisky, the wife gave me a slap up meal and the daughter made love to me." "What on earth did you say?" asks Theresa.

"Well, I knocked on the door and when it was answered, I said to them, "I'm Theresa May's chauffeur and I've just killed the cow.""
Faultsman
Posts: 301
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:196.26
RE: Something for the weekend, Sir?
24 May '19
Your what, ego or ass?
BluePete
Posts: 604
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:196.26
RE: Something for the weekend, Sir?
24 May '19
That's a good summary of what's gone on today. I feel I should acknowledge that I am guilty of engaging in meaningless, inappropriate and immature exchanges and worse still finding it mildly entertaining. Having said that, mine is bigger.
Faultsman
Posts: 301
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:196.26
RE: Something for the weekend, Sir?
24 May '19
They believe the divi will be cut, or KNOW the divi will be cut, according to the funny guy in the suit he says its safe for now, seems a little to much of a drop and to quickly, will the divi be cut entirely? as for all the other bickering going on here, what a load of old my one is bigger than yours, remain or leave, shove it up your fat one.
pacemaker1000
Posts: 1,700
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:196.26
RE: Something for the weekend, Sir?
24 May '19
Velo, as I’ve said lower the better . Something has to give and maybe a low SP will force a buyout.
'Oversold' ? How is that measures officially. To me a scrap value of four times it’s current buy price has to be a bargain for some billionaires
Velo
Posts: 2,866
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:196.26
Something for the weekend, Sir?
24 May '19
Couldn't believe my eyes when having a cuppa and saw 195 come up. So soon. And so fast since the topside of 200.

So a question for the weekend.

The question has to be asked, have these latest annual results sent the market in BT, into panic? Is it because they believe the divi will be cut, so are moving out ahead of that? As the SP has mostly done nothing but fall since 2016, hard to pin it on any one thing, except to say the market wants its pound of flesh before it'll "settle" at what it regards as a fair price. The SP is for defo, deep in oversold. That will end at some point soon. Was it for political reasons today? So when 195 showed up (196 by close), I thought time for a quick review back to late March early April 2009 where you could pick up BT for circa 50p the all time low, at the depth of the last major stock market crash, and took readings from that date to the all time high at the beginning of 2016.

Buying BT in early April 2009 and selling 7 years later in early 2016 would have made anyone mega money. Mega money and BT? Yes, forgive me for mentioning both words in the same sentence.

Last night I posted of regarding 195 down to 190 as being the next major support area of immense strength IMO. Perhaps even acting as a brake, and no sooner had I posted that, than here we are in the blink of an eye, at the very foothills of entering that major support area. That is just not cricket! It's as if the bears had read my post and said:
Ha! That's nothing to us mate, just you wait until tomorrow.

So using Fibonacci Retracement levels over a 7 year time span, I thought what does ol' Fibbo the mathematical monk from the 12th century say? and wheeled him out.
- and his 'best' of all (to my mind) the "golden ratio" of 61.8% reading, lands smack bang in that 195-190 area, specifically at 194p.

So I now stretch my neck out an extra mile, added to the mile I already stretched it last night, and offer up the thought - was that the floor just closed this evening? If, additionally, the bullish period as I see it, next week IMO, of 28th May to 6th June is kind enough to be in play as I intimated last night, then it could just help save me from a right milkshake soaking come next week.

Is this the floor? (Temporary floor, that is). There said it. Most unwise. Get your milkshakes ready for next week in reply should it not be (from MacD's - they're cheaper there; banana or vanilla please).




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