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Royal Mail Share Chat (RMG)



Share Price: 469.20Bid: 468.90Ask: 469.40Change: 0.70 (+0.15%)Riser - Royal Mail
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 0.11%Open: 468.80High: 474.80Low: 465.10Yesterday’s Close: 468.50


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pickledpepper
Posts: 21
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:444.50
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RE: Anyone left under those stones...
20 Mar '15
Well said Doffer. Good to see someone who still believes in his investment.Like you I think this is a winner
 
Doffer
Posts: 483
Off Topic
Opinion:Buy
Price:443.80
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Anyone left under those stones....
20 Mar '15
Hi Guys and Gals,

Just wondered where the slugs and snails have gone, joined the knockers I guess and moved onto another share to slate...

Well, looking strong this morning ( 1st 3 hours of trading ) @ 444 and looking as if we will finish in the 440s.

May even finish on 444+, a small rise on yesterday, now that would make it a fantastic week...........................

Again, I say it again.....

Has VALUE nearly gone.......

Speak next week, I am off to the Champagne Bar in F&Ms
beatrootjuice
Posts: 1,927
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:444.00
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RE: results...
19 Mar '15
Result should be good, moya will no doubt put a negative slant on them though, lol.
princeofdarkness
Posts: 227
Off Topic
Opinion:Buy
Price:444.00
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results...
19 Mar '15
well - with results still some way off there is plenty of time for ups and downs - My stance is the same as Doffer - anything below 4.50 represents good value and can see much higher in time especially with good results in May. I will buy on the dips.
Doffer
Posts: 483
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Opinion:Buy
Price:444.00
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RE: Tomorrows Close will be interes..
19 Mar '15
Well,

As we thought, not a massive drop BUT there is still tomorrow....

just - 4.7p today and still gives us a - 5.3p comfort zone tomorrow....

My forecast drop for today was more or less spot on, can we stay in the 440s tomorrow.

IF so, what a great week......
Doffer
Posts: 483
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:447.20
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Tomorrows Close will be interesting
19 Mar '15
Well,

We saw a big rise yesterday of 17p, fully expected a fall today but unlike past big rises, I was unsure whether today would bring the expected big drop.

Thought, something like 5-7p drop and they maybe a further slight fall tomorrow, resulting in a 10p address but still equating to a rise of 7p.

BUT

After 4 hours of trading today and 800,000+ shares traded, its very much holding its own @ 446-447 ish.
Thought it would be iro 443-444, to be honest.....

Great news

AND

We may well see a close tomorrow that keeps us in the 440s, a great week...

The value has to GO sometime.....................
statz
Posts: 259
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:448.70
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RE: May live to regret but
18 Mar '15
You could be right., I could be wrong. I do think RMG has good potential long term but s a steady investment with good dividends.

I recently bought RBS and sold for 380p. Within two days it was up at 412p. But a couple weeks later it is back at 350p. I am not investing for pensions/long term at the moment so quick 5% value here and there is the right strategy for me at this time. So decided to sell today as see a couple shares that I think are very cheap at the moment - even cheaper than this one!

I would re-invest in RMG if it goes back down to under 430p (like that mad dip today!!) If it doesn't well done to everyone who holds. I would expect a small rally first thing tomorrow.

In terms of long term invesment I am looking again at RBS and BP. RBS I feel is a great long term investment and is just suffering from negative sentiment at the moment. BP because of the oil price I think has big potential. However, the Fed announcement tonight will put a stop on me buying that tomorrow, got a feeling it will rise very sharply. But as I said, give it a few weeks and between RMG,RBS and BP im sure I will be back in one.

Will continue to post any good articles I find on this. Even though I sold I still think this will do well.
Doffer
Posts: 483
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Opinion:Buy
Price:448.70
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RE: May live to regret but
18 Mar '15
Something tells me that the big rise followed by a big fall will not happen too often in the future.

I would not like to predict if you have made the correct decision Statz..

As I said value, buying at 450 and below.

Selling at 450 to make quick gains - Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Depending on the amount traded, you do need a 10p buffer ( SP profit ) to take into consideration fees etc
Leaves you with a 5-6p profit in real terms..

Trading 1,000 shares may yield £60.00, I would want to trade more shares in all honestly and get to a better "net" profit of 8p-10p a share, which will be difficult to do with a mirror trade within 2/3 days. from now on..

I have 10,500 in this share and that is me done..

Good luck everyone, especially you Statz

Any less and its not really worth it.
beatrootjuice
Posts: 1,927
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:448.70
buy order
18 Mar '15
So for those who said sold today at high 440's what ya gonna set yer buy order to get em back at?
beatrootjuice
Posts: 1,927
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:449.50
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RE: Rise and fall
18 Mar '15
They were never going to, they said that ages ago





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