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Lloyds Share Chat (LLOY)



Share Price: 58.40Bid: 58.39Ask: 58.40Change: -0.80 (-1.35%)Faller - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 59.20High: 59.40Low: 58.35Yesterday’s Close: 59.20


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jl5006
Posts: 1,646
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.71
RE: LTI bud
11 Jan '19
A E M
Years ago there was a TV show with - I think Enfield with a side kick Tim.
He was always referred to as bright but dim.
Bit like EU rules on light bulbs - were bright - banned - can't find me glasses now?
 
A_E_Marsh
Posts: 5,737
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Price:54.71
RE: LTI bud
11 Jan '19
""Tim was the bright but dim boy -""

How can you be "bright....... but dim"?

Are you confusing this with, "nice but dim"?
jl5006
Posts: 1,646
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Price:54.71
RE: LTI bud
11 Jan '19
JR

Are u totally LULU?
jamesroo
Posts: 4,895
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RE: LTI bud
11 Jan '19
J15006.A broken bulb is brighter than you.lol..........................................
jl5006
Posts: 1,646
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Price:54.71
RE: LTI bud
11 Jan '19
Sorry tricky
That was Wee Bernie
Tim was the bright but dim boy - probably brighter than many of the labour MPs in HOC - always remembering that there was an education system at the time of Tim bright but dim.
utrickytrees
Posts: 4,577
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Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
I think he could be a Sheila.
utrickytrees
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RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
Nope, can't buy experience JL no amount of vociferousness will compensate.
Crowcast
Posts: 1,842
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Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
You have made no sensible valid points that you hoped to make. The rubbish you are droning on about has nothing to do with Lloyds Brexit or business. Nite nite plonker.
jl5006
Posts: 1,646
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Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
Sad to see that the Japan PM has no vision - since he fully endorses Treason Mays no deal death trap.

Shows what you can do with interpreters!
jl5006
Posts: 1,646
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Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
Tricky
looks like a right ding dong today( CC LT etc). Harking back to Harry Enfields mate - bright but dim - puts some of these snowflakes to shame.
What a future with these wizards around.

Please to see the gradual SP uplift. Much more is warranted - of course.
utrickytrees
Posts: 4,577
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
LTI he doesn't read anything he can't oppose or requires him to question his position cos he's at that age when he's just contradicts everything & he's not that bovvered cos he's on his playstation anyway.
Second referendum odds lengthening markedly now nearly 2/1!! Hilarious, C4 news have a debate with young uns expecting them to all be remainers but they all want to leave ha ha ha they can't even get that right!
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 6,082
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
JFCC
It is only you that gets confused.
I am not going to repeat my posts again
I recommend you re-read the posts again. It may take a few reads for you.
Maybe just maybe things will start to penetrate your mind more clearly
Crowcast
Posts: 1,842
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
Nothing.

You implied I had likely not kept my shares using that weird logic. But you have no clue either the mind sets of all those who sold or indded what percent did sell. You have turned ocd into an hobby.

Can you actually remember your point? It was you who started this chain of 'logic'
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 6,082
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
JFCC
''Agreed. So what were you trying to prove again?''

You are a very very confused person. Do you not remember, I wasn't trying to prove anything. It was you who said that I was trying to prove something wasn't it?. Do you remember now?
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 6,082
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Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
JFCC
''Agreed''
So you are agreeing about the sell off. So what has the sell off got to do with whether you have shares or not?
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 6,082
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Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
JFCC
''All by attempting to prove I have no Lloyds shares.''

proving that you have no shares (never bought?) .
Just now it was proving that you have sold your shares.
I refer you to my post at 19.00
Crowcast
Posts: 1,842
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Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
"How on earth can someone prove that a poster has bought or sold Lloyds shares?"

Agreed. So what were you trying to prove again?
Crowcast
Posts: 1,842
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Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
"The share has been sold off due to Brexit worries"

Agreed. I knew you would get there in the end. All by attempting to prove I have no Lloyds shares.

Astonishing intuitive leaps LTI. Well done.
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 6,082
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Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
JFCC
re 18.53
you are cracking up
longtimeinvestor
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RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
JFCC
''guesses about institutional investors''

If the share price plummets from 73p to under 50p in a relatively short period of time, then I would think that most people would be guessing the same. The share has been sold off due to Brexit worries.
What is your guess as to why the share price dropped so much?
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 6,082
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
JFCC
''to prove I sold my shares at a certain point''

You have a strange illogical mind.
You have just revealed that you have Lloyds shares, I am not trying 'to prove' that you have sold them.
Do you realise the stupidity of your comment. How on earth can someone prove that a poster has bought or sold Lloyds shares?
Crowcast
Posts: 1,842
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
Who is "we" and how do you know what all of "them" think and how do all those imaginary people know my reasons for doing something?

Why else did I join at that specific moment and not any of the rest of the time?

What is wrong with you ? And what do you think your crazy obsessions tell you?
Crowcast
Posts: 1,842
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
LTI
You seem to think your guesses about institutional investors, their mindsets and their share trading based on nothing but guesswork to prove I sold my shares at a certain point. Are you barking mad?
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 6,082
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Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
JFCC
If I were guessing then I would say that the majority of Lloyds shares held were with financial institutions who were concerned with the UK leaving the EU, hence the sell off with the share price going to below 50p
longtimeinvestor
Posts: 6,082
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.78
RE: LTI bud
10 Jan '19
JFCC
''its a reasonable statistical assumption ''

Your illogical thoughts are astounding.
A reasonable assumption that the number of Lloyds shares held by people and financial institutions who support EU membership totals 48%,mirroring the referendum?
You are good for a laugh
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