81.5p ish and holding fairly steady. Wonder how the drip feed by MS is doing . Must surely be quicker and higher price than pre divi news . All good news hopefully for us and HMG profits nicely . Now 81.75 p as I type . Lets hope the 86p we reached in Jan 2014 is breached shortly . Could the pain be ending .
If you are a poor old pensioner then putting your dosh in Lloyds shares has got to be a better bet over the next two years. The small divi means that should growth be achieved then you are on to winner. When this bank begins to motor and it is beginning then the magical quid a share should become a reality. Even the old taxpayer will get lucky. A cash Isa will make you at best about 1.5 to 2% and the dosh is tied up. So hey ho I just have to live long enough to get to the magical 65 Valhalla..
yes, just to make sure if you wanted dividends buy on the 1/4/15, I like the way you think, correct it may go down a little straight after you buy to get the divi's, so Lloyds keeps you holding them for longer before you can cash out, but don't forget its free money either way and it will go up higher than what you bought for in future, so its a win, win
So if I buy on 02/04, I can sell on 08/04 and still receive my 0.75 p per share.
I wonder if the inverse may be more profitable. If enough people do the above, then surely if I sold on the 01/04 and bought back in on 09/04, the share may have depriciated by more that to value of the divi?
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