Another one interested in short term gain you dont lose anything unless ya sell dont worry about my portfolio ref sept 2001 64p im long term so you shortys keep on thinking about ya few quid and i will carry on as ever, the day i let posties give me advice the day i pack up so i wont be doing that,your thoughts should be about your own investment if you have any so move on and worry about your own finances ha ha
I sure hope Arsenal17 sold his RR holding when they were at £10.54 on 18 August. Massive hit with them being down to £8.08 at present means a paper loss of £2.46 per share and with 30,000 shares that is a loss of £73,800. That has to hurt just a little. Had he been smart enough to sell in August and buy now he could have increased his holding by over 9,000 shares.
...a very optimistic post 17 Sept and admit I nearly lost faith. Mount Pleasant and Paddington have helped and so has SAYE and probably some manipulation too. This will turn out to be a very successful privatisation. 450 in sight.
You are wrong yet again orders are long term we have not recieved enough orders recently hence no profit growth next year but we have still made a profit and will pay a dividend but as for selling up that is a typical short sellers view remember these events today does not make RR a bad company overnight we are no Woolworths please try and look at the bigger picture rather than comment on issues you no nothing about, i suggest you stick to RMG
it will probably head towards 450, the acid test then is if the day's low can get clear above 450, eg say 460.
so at the moment its HOLD, I am sure this improvement is because they sold off that site, it means they can afford a healthy interim dividend. shares are speculative, and people invest based on what COULD happen.
beware also of the interims on 19 nov.
my top 50 watchlist shows just 12 minus, so todays trend is up.
Rolls Royce is the biggest minus at -14.75% because of less orders. for short term trading the moment you see a profit warning you need to jump ship.
such a sale doesnt happen instantly but would happen over some weeks, that may be why TSCOs price has fallen from 230 to 173 in recent weeks.
essentially I had a value for the entire portfolio where I needed to sell everything. in fact I let the value go a few percent below that, and for the totality it was a good decision to sell.
my short term methodology is to judge major lows within 10%, very few were misjudged, but after the scottish referendum things started to deteriorate, and I saw many attempts at manipulation totally fail so I needed to get out. and so far it was a very good decision. eg of the original set of potential rocket shares, 3 were left, I quit one at 3.4% net profit, the other at -1.1% net loss, and the remaining one was a long shot dollar based one where I quit at -11.2% net loss: if I hadnt sold that, the losses would now be -22%.
all these problems are because they are manipulating the totality of the stock exchange. when this happens its best to sell everything, because things go from bad to worse to outright diabolical. paying CGT is much the lesser evil.
even if the market improves, its mostly froth.
at the moment the saudis are suppressing the price of oil which is causing problems for the US oil sector.
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