I think most of mine are all long term, especially SXX and UKOG. Pearson shares could easily go back to the highs of £12 but again that depends on John Fallon's performance over the next couple of years.
I am in pearson, Allied minds, then the following AIM shares sar,88e,fcr,aue, fingers burnt with onz. Eveyone hooray henry about 88e but for all the talk last 4 weeks nothings happened. My best bet I hope is sar. Staying ftse now just leaving the aim shares to themselves and wait until one of them gets me my boat. Which of yours is your gut feeling on.
I'm fairly new to the game myself.... I have been in sharesaves at work and made a fortune when Walmart bought asda. I left asda in 2008 and joined Pearson. Made a few quid through their sharesave as well. Only started trading about 24 months ago. Win some, lose some. Doubt I will ever be rich. Got hooked on AIM unfortunately, cos I think I struck lucky at the beginning with a few stocks, then lost a fair bit on Afren. Holding shares in SXX, UKOG, XTR as well as here.
Hi Podga, thanks for that I asked what it was on 88e BB and they posted explanation. Very new to this feeling my way. Just started a sipp (January) doing ok at moment. Very quiet board here I like it. Any tips greatly appreciated, i know to avoid AIM until i know what i'm doing but too late.
Once the uncrossing price has been determined and which buy and sell orders get matched, all of the matched orders put together are reported as a single trade, of type “UT” (for “Uncrossing Trade”) and size equal to the total number of shares changing hands. In particular, note that a 38,000 share “UT” trade does not necessarily mean that any particular person or organisation has bought that many shares, nor that any particular person or… Read More
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