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Lloyds Share Chat (LLOY)



Share Price: 66.68Bid: 66.68Ask: 66.73Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 0.07%Open: 66.85High: 67.17Low: 66.51Yesterday’s Close: 66.68


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Richard365054
Posts: 73
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.85
RE: Rubbish share
Tue 10:15
Buying in any share or shares is gambling. The best investments I have ever had are classic cars and they give far more pleasure than any shares i've ever held.. They require upkeep and garaging but the driving rewards are immense. I've always lived in the north and when you take in to account the interest on a mortgage, the upkeep and repair of a property and the insurances, I can't say the returns have ever been anything special.

Of course, it does depend on where you live and it has been a postcode lottery. But I couldn't live without being surrounded by hills and fields. I enjoy visiting cities but I enjoy more travelling back home again.
 
mick-b
Posts: 2,721
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.79
RE: Rubbish share
Tue 10:00
NC -
Serious investors have a well diversified portfolio of bonds and shares across many sectors in the UK and elsewhere.
GAMBLING is buying or overexposed in a single share.
Newchurch
Posts: 1,912
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.82
RE: Also..
Tue 09:53
Clamp not disagreeing, yet I want the 'cash machine' to give its winnings to those who have invested in it, not scattered to aid an ailing nation.

The UK has always had a habit of muddling through, yet, then we had less people here, and most of them singing from the same hymn sheet with the same thoughts for our nation. Not convinced that is so anymore.

I hope you are correct, as well you may be. Stranger things have happened. Out now on that cheery post of yours, thanks I think all us holders need it.
Newchurch
Posts: 1,912
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.86
RE: Also..
Tue 09:48
Take 4% inflation away from your investment and dividend, and even the 'growing' yet carefully given, to be easily removed 'special' dividend, does little to remove the gloom from holding this share.

Cant see whats to be joyful about holding this thus far, unless your ave is in the 20's, which mine and by the silence on here, neither are many others.
Clamp
Posts: 3,911
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.85
RE: Also..
Tue 09:46
Well Newchurch it isn't long until the July results. I have no doubt they will show a very healthy company - a 'cash machine' - what more would you want?

I also think the future of our country is bright - never underestimate the UK. Do you honestly think we would accept a deal that would impoverish the nation for years to come? Don't be daft - we'd walk away and tell them to stick their union up their derriere.
Newchurch
Posts: 1,912
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.90
Also..
Tue 09:37
.. as I was rudely criticised for, I also said it was underhand the way the HMG Sid sale was curtailed, as imo, HMG knew this share was heading down, thus, they didn't want the flack from the media, that, 'HMG robs the public' headlines on every newspaper.

Thus they craftily sold the shares to institutions at an 'unknown' price, clearly (unless they too are fools) a lot lower than what many of us imagined.

Thus they may well still be in profit, yet, as I said at the time, 'all' we have achieved is ridding ourselves of one, stable shareholder, to many unstable 'do anything' for a profit companies.

IF, YOU were in any other country, would YOU honestly invest in the UK let alone the most UK based bank?

That is what you must see other investors reasons for keeping at the far end of the barge pole.
Newchurch
Posts: 1,912
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.99
RE: Rubbish share
Tue 09:28
Hope and desperation, as, being absolutely non professional what do I know?

Only opinions, which, seem to be more accurate than many others thus far.

Many do the lottery, don't really expect to win, but it has a hope value, which, in Lloyds case is fading fast as each projected pot of gold at rainbows end is passed, and found to be chocolate coins, which soon melt away in the reality of sunlight.

Surely Asp, even you must doubt this shares, and the UK's future now
NuckyThompson
Posts: 778
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Price:67.98
RE: Rubbish share
Tue 09:26
I didn't know it would be quite so rubbish when i first invested but yes it could aleayd be worse :-)
2CV_Driver
Posts: 1,610
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.99
Davies had ar5e kicked
Tue 09:21
UK had wanted talks on its future relationship with the EU to be considered from the outset, but Mr Barnier said this would only happen once the European Council decided "sufficient progress has been made" on the other issues.

Round 1 to EU!

Despite all the rhetoric from the pro-brexit camp and beating of chests.... EU calling the shots...

Now it is being reported that carmakers could face a "cliff edge", whereby tariff-free trade was sharply pulled away.
Newchurch
Posts: 1,912
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:67.99
RE: Re: Barclays
Tue 09:21
Could be people see Barc has an investment arm and are not solely based in a country, ever filled with impoverished people, with low wages, zero hour contracts, so, that a growing proportion of the so called 'employed', instead of working and paying 'in' to the economy of the UK, are, in reality, taking out far more, thus impoverishing the nation, YET making only their employers better off, whilst the nation subsidises that 'so called' cheap labour.

This, it has to be remembered is the 'good times' for employment, should Brexit turn out badly, then jobs will become ever harder so even the sole beneficiary of cheap labour, then will not be gaining, and we have imported a vast amount of fast reproducing labour to then educate, treat, house, clothe and feed, not for a while, but for the rest of time.

Lets hope the experiment 'works', can't see it myself, perhaps if I drink the half empty glass dry, things will become brighter, that, or I just wont care!




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