Hi Nige, I get what your saying about the return over 3 years and appreciate the detail you always provide. I just get concerned when I read how some posters have lost out big time after following advice on boards. I know people are responsible for their own actions, but it's easy to get swept away. I thought that Marconi were a good investment until they went bust, so I don't take anything for granted any more. ATB
Nige_W, I notice you say that Brexit should have almost no effect on British housebuilders using British labour etc.. However, I think there are around 3 million non British EU citizens living in the U.K and an estimated 3/4 of these would not meet current or proposed visa requirements if we left the EU. Apparently this would affect 75% of British Construction workers, 90% of hospitality staff and farm workers and 2/3 of those in financial industries. AR has said that only skilled EU… Read More
If your investment drops, the return increases (and as I said the return increases by the day as ExDivDate approaches). My point is value rather than trend, or any company that has a value greater than the Sp is a good Buy. At some point the value (and so Sp) will be realised, probably as ExDivDate approaches.
Or another way to look at it, in about 3 months time the returned income will become about 50% of your investment. Great provided the Company doesn't go bust! They almost did about 8… Read More
So long as your initial investment does not drop below 142.8. I agree, it's been rough for TW, but looking at the last 14 months, I'd be cashing out rather than buying in. I do agree that it doesn't make much sense.
Solley: O Sole Mio - enjoyed the sun today. Was looking for your useful comment. It appears both came from Picket. Unfortunately, Brexit was mentioned each time which must have upset you. You do not have to read them.
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