I should also say that my objective is to eventually have a set of maybe six shares that I rotate in this way but only as and when they drop. Ideally I want them to be fast growers and producing regular, increasing, dividends. GL
well i think some have ducked out to soon and a rise will happen and looking at reports this hare will hit the heights in the next two years im in long term and already 34% is good but not selling i want my little irish butties to follow sute now and my yacht may await me for retirement??i think we should be on course for good results and another couple of billion profit will do nicely??just looking for some share bonus payments now its about time we got some money back ?/
I am not sure yet that my strategy is working as I have created a spread, currently sixteen shares ranging from £1.5K up to £35K. What I have been doing is to watch for the 'down' as in mailman's RBS strategy. When I see an 'attractive' 'down' I will sell the share showing greatest profit and buy the 'down' share with the proceeds. So far this year I have dealt in around forty shares and can show a net gain of just over 12%, but the past few weeks have put too many of my present shares into paper loss figures, ie: in mailman's terms I have bought too soon and they have dropped further, and it is difficult to predict whether or not these losses will be reversed by my year end. If I can return to a breakeven position my gain will be over 20% but I won't be holding my breath! GLA
RBS has held quite well today where others have dropped a little. I think you might see another few pence rise, maybe even 375p but remember you already have over 10% and mailman's caution not to let greed influence your selling decision. 10%+ increase in your fund will buy many more shares on the next drop. GL!
Good gain for you............ I am waiting in though,,,,,, hope right decision........ up 0.35 here
RE: A bird in the hand.....
I may hold on for a littler longer, but may also pull the trigger. Fair play to you.
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