I think the large trades are open to opinions. I do know they are o trades and not delayed publication (ok trade ) so nobody can be sure. What made me think a isa. Is a slight difference of 0.5 with the trades together. Which is usually associated with a isa. Also seconds between trades. Apart from the last large trade. What A time to put it into a isa though. Just before news. Could be life changing news. Only time will tell. Zeps
If you don't use yit full allowance you can't carry it over- it must be in that financial year so can't be an Isa transfer. You could sell them at that value with in your Isa and buy straight back- but why would you. It could be some other rollover trade or something. Right must run.laters.
Generally I agree on that we probably have read a bit to much into that statement, but at the same time the increase in oil production via fracing & results of well 34 should be sometime very soon then obviously something on Phase 1 commencing I would say should be here very soon.
we might be reading too much into the weeks and months statement and should maybe take it as a more figurative statement. If i said i expected an improvement in trading in my business in the coming weeks and months i wouldn't necessarily expect it in less than 7 weeks 6 days 23 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds or be told i wasn't right.
for clarity i see massive good news to come in the coming months and years!! if its in days or weeks i will be ecstatic!! :-))
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