None of those other bank s have experienced what bkir has this past five years , entirely different level of volatility , bank of Ireland rose too much since Xmas , it's still no lower than it was around November
It's Inchydoney time. I've alerted the clinical staff: they will mobilise the same nurses as last time. Ask for Irene at the reception, they are waiting for you. Remember to take the green ones in the morning, the red ones at night only after eating. Irene promised us she will monitor. They tell me that to increase chances of full recovery, access to the internet will need to be strictly limited to 10 minutes per day and websites with share prices/blogs are totally verboten. They assure me the filtering software has already been configured.
Just in case you've forgotten how to get there, click on the link here: leave the car out front and give them the keys, you'll get them back at the end of your stay.
Why does everybody think this sp drop is related to BKIR? All banks, and especially Euro zone banks, have had significant falls since last Wednesday, when the situation in Ukraine suddenly looked a bit more serious with troops sent to the east to confront the pro-Russian supporters. Only Barclays and HSBC have begun to make a small recovery this morning.
Long term BKIR is still in recovery mode and still on track to pay a dividend in 2015/2016. Unless there is outright war, which seems very unlikely, this share will continue to rise and we will all be in Mulligan’s before the end of 2016.
The general just of the talk here at the moment is as follows:
Ah I will wait until it drops back to 18 cent before I buy back in and it will. I know because I looked over the 200 point sma. Anyway Boucher winked at me through the camera today so take it from me I am roight. Yeah I sold all my bkir shares at .38 cent so I made good money. I'm talking down the shares now so I can make more dosh. Roight.
**** talk as I heard it discribed today by a nice lady in Barna. I was listening to the radio Matt Cooper was defending Richie's stance on debt forgiveness.
I logged on earlier and got depression so I filled my skin with ale and started to read a stupendously funny book based on an ex-rugby star from some wealthy place in Dublin.
I just checked back again to make sure what I saw earlier wasn't the side effect from last nights celebrations. All I appear to see is a very negative dialogue passively aggressively talking down the share price. Anybody else feel the same way?
Don't get me wrong. I know the share price is down considerably since I went all in at 0.325 so I am disappointed slightly by that. But I have seen this before as I am sure some of the more level headed of you have too, so I know to take a break and check back in a month or two. Watching a kettle boil can be tedious. There has never been, nor will there ever be a stock that rises continuously without break. Every investor would be rich.....duh.
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