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Share Price: 0.3525Bid: 0.35Ask: 0.3525Change: -0.0025 (-0.70%)Faller - Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 0.71%Open: 0.3525High: 0.355Low: 0.35Yesterday’s Close: 0.355


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royKeane07
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RE: allmoyne
7 May '15
Well I for one won't mention my side bet again on this forum since it seems to annoy others.
And a side bet is all it was, a slight downward movement in boi cancels out my gain in the greek bank. Watching boi can get a little boring you'll agree cooking..
You should have put some of that large wad of cash you were saving for to buy boi at .33 into eurobank yourself :-)
 
cooking
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allmoyne
7 May '15
Let me explain it,if you tell me you are up 800% in BOI shares that's boasting dude,if you tell me you are up 80% in Eurobank that's boasting dude

You are the one who needs to be educated in boasting
cooking
Posts: 128
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allmoyne
7 May '15
It's all boasting dude!!
allmoyne
Posts: 467
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cook
7 May '15
your like a vicious jack russell, i do get anoyed with willy waving , i never disclose my monetary value only % gain, if you dont know the difference , i cant educate you
cooking
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allmoyne
7 May '15
Hello small balls. For somebody who attacks people for talking about personal investments you sure do allot of talking
royKeane07
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RE: eurobank
7 May '15
Could still lose it all.
Like anyone watching a race where their horse is leading I'm thinking many things. I should have invested/bet more :-(, should I put down more now before they go higher?, should I take profits before they go down again..
BruceJamieson
Posts: 1,477
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Opinion:Hold
Price:0.35
Pang
7 May '15
CGT used in the UK to have a short term rate under a year. I think CGT is a pernicious tax as is IHT and stamp duty on shares. Small exemption on some AIM shares. Only country in the world with this tax, even China does not. None of these taxes raise much ,- the law of Diminishing Returns applies which no politician understands, other than Reagan years ago. It all creates a false market, which is a very bad thing. Here in Italy much of this done away with.
allmoyne
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eurobank
7 May '15
greece rising nicely
royKeane07
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RE: Tax
7 May '15
Although betting on horses has very little tax. But those guys are organized and have a lobby.
royKeane07
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RE: Tax
7 May '15
I personally think the opposite, because if you are a long term holder then you should pay less. For most small holders, long term is the only way to make money. Most of the short term is done by the rich guys.
But I do think that fees and expenses should be taken into account. There are hidden expenses to dealing with shares such as keeping an eye on them and reading up on them which also the small guy is at a disadvantage. Most of us have jobs. Also, time spent reading forums like this :-)





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