nims, don't believe there will be less trade with eu... two years transition... and eu need uk more than we need a failing beurocracy. better together is a sheep mentality and a shepherd's... and i don't like germany as my shepherd as eu works for them and their factories... don't see greece, italy, portugal or spain being looking longlingly at togetherness... and certainly not ex eastern bloc countryes.
our finances wouldn't be affected, am sure. just means there would be a barclays.eu… Read More
Holding is one strategy and we all make our own decisions. Ultimately timing is everything and guessing the direction of a stock. I've tried holding long term and it's not necessarily the best option. I bought into Barclays a couple of years ago, at 253p. I watched the share price fluctuate around my buy in price and then watched it drop to 208p in quite short order. The price then recovered and I sold out at around 259p. I watched Barclays climb to around 288p and the rest is history. The… Read More
sorry to jump into this conversation but its the most sensible thing I have read on LSE for a long time ...I agree fully with you that there is no magic strategy....you only need to look at broker prices to see that !
I agree the bank rally may peter out prior to mid June but its always difficult to accurately predict when is the best time to sell or buy ... I work on a 10% profit margin unless holding long term so for me BARC is a long term hold along with GENL...I would like to get into… Read More
Morning mate, no I didn't buy tesco, I still own nothing having sold Barc & lloyds at good profit , yeah I thought last week it was right strategy to play safe , bank profits & wait for pull back, yesterday's rise surprised me, your right patience is key but it's not easy watching shares you've just sold keep rising as your waiting for retrace, can't win them all, all the best Nims GLA
Pugsy the main question for me is if Britain remain in EU then will things be any different to this current moment, I.e will be in a better/ worse / constant position and if brexit happened what impact will it have on our position? If we remain then we know the answer as why should things be different. If we leave we are in an unknown position, I.e. Will taxes rise to cover any costs due to lesser trade with EU, will house prices fall allowing more FTB, will the base rate go up? Etc...
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