Helena Hi, I too have got all my shares in TW as I have not yet had the experience or nerve to expand, although looking at other trades like Qp, INL, and others ( spoken well off by Bazz / Cmc and others ) I have not yet had the nerve to add others to my portfolio, I think one is enough for me at the moment, until my hair grows back at least (LOL) !. But I do and have thought about having ones egg's in one basket and that may not be a good thing especially when we are talking about £180K. SO" after the divi I might have a total recap. I too will ensure that I am at Max shares before the ex divi date but may well have to buy back in at a loss. However the divi will cover any major loss that I am not expecting it to be over £5k that will still give me a good profit. Then I will seriously consider a sell for a while, until a drop, but I will try and get back up to speed with a big buy at around 1:50 + if it goes to that level or around that mark. Hope that makes sense, have a graet W/E Tom
QP. only floated on 11th December, guess it isn't on their radar yet.
Why no broker comments for QP.?
Hi baz yes Qp look good and thanks for the tip, l am putting all spare into tw I agree with you and a few others on here with Tw going to 170-175+ for ex divi date but I am expecting the price to drop back soon after that to maybe high 150 so l want to do a large buy in then, then in 12 months it should have reached 2.00+ this is only my opinion good luck all .fantastic day
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